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        táoyì, to escape/to run away/to abscond
        ānyì, easy and comfortable/easy
        yīláoyǒngyì, [一勞永逸], to get sth done once and for all
        piāoyì, [飄逸], graceful/elegant/to drift/to float
        yì, to escape/leisurely/outstanding
        yìshì, anecdote/lost or apocryphal story about famous person
        yìwén, [逸聞], variant of 軼聞|轶闻[yì wén]
        láoyìjiéhé, [勞逸結合], to strike a balance between work and rest (idiom)
        yǐyìdàiláo, [以逸待勞], to wait at one's ease for the exhausted enemy/to nurture one's strength and bide...
        láoyì, [勞逸], work and rest
        SūnYìxiān, [孫逸仙], Dr Sun Yat-sen (1866-1925), first president of the Republic of China and co-foun...
        tiányì, free from worry and disturbance
        sànyì, dispersal
        yínyì, to indulge in/dissipation/debauchery
        qīngyì, fresh and elegant
        zhàoshìtáoyì, hit-and-run
        táoyìsùdù, escape velocity
        yìlè, [逸樂], pleasure-seeking
        yìshìyíwén, [逸事遺聞], variant of 軼事遺聞|轶事遗闻[yì shì yí wén]
        yìdàng, dissolute
        yìchén, [逸塵], outstanding/above the common/out of the ordinary
        yìchénduànyāng, [逸塵斷鞅], lit. kicking up the dust and breaking the harness/fig. to ride like the wind (id...
        yìsàn, to vaporize/to dispel
        yìmín, recluse/hermit
        yìqún, above the common/outstanding/excelling/preeminent
        yìzhì, [逸緻], carefree/in the mood for enjoyment
        yìdàng, [逸蕩], dissolute
        yìhuà, [逸話], rumor/anecdote (not in the official record)/apocryphal story
        yìyù, idleness and pleasure
        xiányì, [閑逸], comfort and leisure
        yǐnyì, [隱逸], privacy
        jiāoshēyínyì, [驕奢淫逸], extravagant and dissipated/decadent

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