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        quánlìyǐfù, to do at all costs/to make an all-out effort
        fù, to go/to visit (e.g. another country)/to attend (a banquet etc)
        fùtāngdǎohuǒ, [赴湯蹈火], to go through water and tread on fire (idiom); not afraid of any difficulty
        fùyuē, [赴約], to keep an appointment
        fùyàn, to attend a banquet
        bēnfù, to rush to/to hurry to
        gǎnfù, [趕赴], to hurry/to rush
        kāifù, [開赴], (of troops) to depart for/to head for
        qiánfùhòujì, [前赴後繼], to advance dauntlessly in wave upon wave (idiom)
        fùrèn, to travel to take up a new post
        dāndāofùhuì, [單刀赴會], lit. to go among enemies with only one's sword (idiom)/fig. to go alone into ene...
        qīnfù, [親赴], to travel to (a place where duty calls)
        gòngfù, joint participation/to go together
        nǔlìyǐfù, to use one's best efforts to do sth (idiom)
        mìngfùHuángquán, [命赴黃泉], to visit the Yellow Springs/to die
        kāngkǎifùyì, [慷慨赴義], heroically sacrificing one's life (idiom); to sacrifice oneself fervently to the...
        bǎngfùshìcáo, [綁赴市曹], to bind up and take to the market (idiom); to take a prisoner to the town center...
        diàofù, [調赴], to dispatch (troops to the front)
        zǒumǎfùrèn, [走馬赴任], to ride to take up an official appointment (idiom); to take on a job with alacri...
        fùhuì, [赴會], to go to a meeting
        fùHuá, [赴華], to visit China
        fùTái, [赴臺], to visit Taiwan
        fùsǐ, to meet death
        fùkǎo, to go and sit an examination
        fùyīncáo, [赴陰曹], to enter hell
        yuǎnfù, [遠赴], to travel to (a distant place)
        wéilìfùmíng, [違利赴名], to renounce profit and seek fame (idiom); to abandon greed for reputation/to cho...

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