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        cáichǎn, [財產], property/assets/estate/CL:筆|笔[bǐ]
        cáifù, [財富], wealth/riches
        cáiwù, [財務], financial affairs
        cáibǎo, [財寶], money and valuables
        cáizhèng, [財政], finances (public)/financial
        fācái, [發財], to get rich
        cái, [財], money/wealth/riches/property/valuables
        qiáncái, [錢財], wealth/money
        cáiwù, [財物], property/belongings
        cáituán, [財團], financial group
        Cáizhèngbù, [財政部], Ministry of Finance
        lǐcái, [理財], financial management/finance
        cáilì, [財力], financial resources/financial ability
        cáiyuán, [財源], financial resources/source of revenue
        cáijīng, [財經], finance and economics
        héngcái, [橫財], easy money/windfall/ill-gotten gains/undeserved fortune/illegal profit
        shǒucáinú, [守財奴], miser/scrooge
        bùyìzhīcái, [不義之財], ill-gotten wealth or gains
        cáizhèngbùzhǎng, [財政部長], minister of finance (e.g. of PRC)
        cáilù, [財路], livelihood
        cáizhǔ, [財主], rich man/moneybags
        tāncái, [貪財], to be greedy in getting money
        fāhèngcái, [發橫財], to make easy money/to make a fortune/to line one's pockets
        cáishén, [財神], god of wealth
        shēngcái, [生財], to make money
        cáichǎnquán, [財產權], property rights
        liǎncái, [斂財], to accumulate wealth/to rake in money
        cáikuài, [財會], finance and accounting
        cáimíxīnqiào, [財迷心竅], mad about money (idiom)
        pòcái, [破財], bankrupt/to suffer financial loss
        cáimí, [財迷], money grubber/miser
        cáishényé, [財神爺], god of wealth/very wealthy man
        cáidàqìcū, [財大氣粗], rich and imposing/rich and overbearing
        móucáihàimìng, [謀財害命], to plot and kill sb for his property (idiom); to murder for money
        zīcái, [資財], assets/capital and materials
        gōngxǐfācái, [恭喜發財], May you have a prosperous New Year! (New Year's greeting)
        wànguànjiācái, [萬貫家財], vast wealth
        cáifá, [財閥], plutocracy/monopolistic corporation, esp. prewar Japanese zaibatsu/Korean chaebo...
        cáizhǎng, [財長], treasurer/head of finances/minister of finance
        cáinián, [財年], fiscal year/financial year
        ShànghǎiCáijīngDàxué, [上海財經大學], Shanghai University of Finance and Economics (SUFE)
        ZhōngyāngCáijīngDàxué, [中央財經大學], Central University of Finance and Economics, Beijing
        ZhōngCái, [中財], Central University of Finance and Economics, Beijing/abbr. for 中央財經大學|中央财经大学[Zhō...
        réncáiliǎngkōng, [人財兩空], loss of life and property/to lose the beauty and her possessions
        zhàngyìshūcái, [仗義疏財], to help the needy for justice (idiom); to be loyal to one's friends and generous...
        xìnbàocáijīngxīnwén, [信報財經新聞], Hong Kong Economic Journal
        gōnggòngcáichǎn, [公共財產], public property
        gōngsīlǐcái, [公司理財], company finance/corporate finance
        láomínshāngcái, [勞民傷財], waste of manpower and resources
        shēngguānfācái, [升官發財], to be promoted and gain wealth (idiom)
        fācáizhìfù, [發財致富], to become rich/enrichment
        héqìshēngcái, [和氣生財], (idiom) amiability makes you rich
        shàncái, [善財], to cherish wealth
        shàncáinánshě, [善財難捨], to cherish wealth and find it hard to give up (idiom); refusing to contribute to...
        tǔcáizhǔ, [土財主], local wealthy landlord/country money-bags/rich provincial
        YāngCái, [央財], Central University of Finance and Economics, Beijing/abbr. for 中央財經大學|中央财经大学[Zhō...
        hūnqiáncáichǎngōngzhèng, [婚前財產公證], prenuptial agreement/dowry contract
        dǎjīshèhuìcáifù, [打擊社會財富], countervalue
        pàncái, [拚財], to make rash speculations
        zhāocái, [招財], lit. inviting wealth/We wish you success and riches (cf idiom 招財進寶|招财进宝[zhāo cái...
        zhāocáimāo, [招財貓], maneki-neko or "lucky cat", Japanese figurine cat usually found at the entrance ...
        zhāocáijìnbǎo, [招財進寶], ushering in wealth and prosperity (idiom and traditional greeting, esp. at New Y...
        mínqióngcáijìn, [民窮財盡], the people are impoverished, their means exhausted (idiom); to drive the nation ...
        huìyècáijīngjítuán, [匯業財經集團], Delta Asia financial group (Macau)
        fúcái, [浮財], movable property/money and belongings/non-real estate assets
        àicái, [愛財], avaricious
        àicáirúmìng, [愛財如命], lit. to love money as much as one's own life (idiom)/fig. avaricious/tightfisted
        lǐcáixué, [理財學], financial management science
        shēngcáiyǒudào, [生財有道], lit. there are principles behind making money (idiom); fig. to have a knack for ...
        shūcáizhàngyì, [疏財仗義], distributing money, fighting for virtue (idiom); fig. generous in helping the ne...
        shūcáizhòngyì, [疏財重義], distributing money, supporting virtue (idiom); fig. to give generously in a publ...
        pòcáimiǎnzāi, [破財免災], a financial loss may prevent disaster (idiom)
        jīngshéncáifù, [精神財富], spiritual wealth
        jiàncáiqǐyì, [見財起意], seeing riches provokes evil designs
        cáidōng, [財東], shop owner/moneybags
        cáichǎnjiàzhí, [財產價值], property value
        cáichǎngōngzhèng, [財產公證], property notarization
        cáilì, [財利], wealth and profit/riches
        cáiwùzàibǎoxiǎn, [財務再保險], financial reinsurance/fin re
        cáiwùdàchén, [財務大臣], finance minister
        cáiwùmìshū, [財務秘書], treasurer
        cáiwùruǎnjiàn, [財務軟件], financial software/accounting software
        cáishì, [財勢], wealth and influence
        cáibó, [財帛], wealth/money
        cáizhèngdàchén, [財政大臣], finance minister/UK chancellor of exchequer
        cáizhèngniándù, [財政年度], financial year/fiscal year (e.g. from April to March, for tax purposes)
        cáiquán, [財權], property ownership or right/financial power/financial control
        cáiyuángǔngǔn, [財源滾滾], profits pouring in from all sides (idiom)/raking in money/bonanza
        cáixiàng, [財相], minister of finance
        cáishuìtīng, [財稅廳], (provincial) department of finance
        cáimào, [財貿], finance and trade
        cáifù, [財賦], government revenue/tributary goods and finances/finances and taxes/wealth/proper...
        GuìzhōuCáijīngXuéyuàn, [貴州財經學院], Guizhou University of Finance and Economics
        zīcái, [貲財], variant of 資財|资财[zī cái]
        xiécái, [邪財], windfall/easy money/ill-gotten gains
        jiǔsècáiqì, [酒色財氣], wine, sex, avarice and temper (idiom); four cardinal vices
        shǒuxícáiwùguān, [首席財務官], chief financial officer (CFO)

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