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        fūyǎn, to elaborate (on a theme)/to expound (the classics)/perfunctory/to skimp/to botc...
        fányǎn, to multiply/to reproduce/to increase gradually in number or quantity
        yǎnshēng, to give rise to/to derive/derivative/derivation
        fūyǎnliǎoshì, to skimp/to work half-heartedly/not to bother
        yǎnshēngwù, a derivative (complex product derived from simpler source material)
        yǎnshè, diffraction
        yǎn, to spread out/to develop/to overflow/to amplify/superfluous
        yǎnbiàn, [衍變], to develop/to evolve
        Luómóyǎnnà, [羅摩衍那], the Ramayana (Indian epic)
        fūyǎnsèzé, [敷衍塞責], to skimp on the job/to work half-heartedly/not to take the job seriously
        xìndàiyǎnshēngchǎnpǐn, [信貸衍生產品], credit derivative (in finance)
        XiàYǎn, Xia Yan (1900-1995), Chinese writer, playwright, socialist critic and movie pion...
        tuīyǎn, to deduce/to infer/an implication/same as 推演
        wòyǎn, rich and fertile (soil)
        qièyǎn, [篋衍], bamboo box
        zhòuyìfányǎn, Descendants are great in numbers. (idiom)
        fányǎn, variant of 繁衍[fán yǎn]
        yǎnshēn, to give rise (to)/to spawn/to spread (to)
        yǎnhuà, to evolve (of ideas, designs, constructions etc)/to develop and change
        Yǎnshènggōng, [衍聖公], hereditary title bestowed on Confucius' descendants
        Yǎnshènggōngfǔ, [衍聖公府], the official residence of Confucius' descendants at Qufu 曲阜, Shandong
        yǎnshègézi, diffraction grating (physics)
        yǎnshèjiǎo, angle of diffraction (physics)
        yǎnshēngchǎnpǐn, [衍生產品], derivative product/derivative (in finance)
        ZōuYǎn, [鄒衍], Zou Yan (305-240 BC), founder of the School of Yin-Yang of the Warring States Pe...
        jīnróngyǎnshēngchǎnpǐn, [金融衍生產品], financial derivative
        jīnróngyǎnshēnggōngjù, derivatives (finance)
        pùyǎn, [鋪衍], to spread out widely/to disseminate

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