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        shúxī, to be familiar with/to know well
        chéngshú, mature/ripe/to mature/to ripen/Taiwan pr. [chéng shóu]
        shú, cooked (of food)/ripe (of fruit)/mature (of seeds)/familiar/skilled/done/also pr...
        shúrén, acquaintance/friend
        yǎnshú, familiar-looking/to seem familiar
        shúliàn, [熟練], practiced/proficient/skilled/skillful
        ěrshú, to sound familiar/familiar-sounding
        shēnsīshúlǜ, [深思熟慮], mature reflection/after careful deliberations
        shúshí, cooked food/prepared food/deli food
        shúzhī, to be well acquainted with
        shúshuì, asleep/sleeping soundly
        miànshú, to look familiar/familiar-looking
        zǎoshú, precocious/early-maturing
        shúshi, [熟識], to be well acquainted with/to know well
        xiánshú, [嫻熟], adept/skilled
        jiàqīngjiùshú, [駕輕就熟], lit. an easy drive on a familiar path (idiom); fig. experience makes progress ea...
        shúnéngshēngqiǎo, with familiarity you learn the trick (idiom); practice makes perfect
        shútòu, completely ripe/ripened/well-cooked
        shúshìwúdǔ, [熟視無睹], to pay no attention to a familiar sight/to ignore
        lànshú, [爛熟], well cooked/to know thoroughly
        ěrshúnéngxiáng, [耳熟能詳], what's frequently heard can be repeated in detail (idiom)
        chúnshú, [純熟], skillful/proficient
        shújì, [熟記], to learn by heart/to memorize
        shúkè, frequent visitor
        bànshēngbùshóu, underripe/half-cooked/(fig.) not mastered (of a technique)/clumsy/halting
        qīngchēshúlù, [輕車熟路], lit. to drive a lightweight chariot on a familiar road (idiom)/fig. to do sth ro...
        shúdú, [熟讀], to read and re-read sth until one is familiar with it
        shúlù, familiar road/beaten track
        shúrěn, quite familiar with sth
        guāshúdìluò, when the melon is ripe, it falls (idiom); problems sort themselves out in the fu...
        shútiě, [熟鐵], wrought iron
        shúxí, [熟習], to understand profoundly/well-versed/skillful/practiced/to have the knack
        shúshǒu, skilled person/an experienced hand
        shúān, [熟諳], to know sth fluently/well-versed
        cuīshú, to promote ripening of fruit
        shúshígāo, plaster of Paris/calcined gypsum
        yīfēnshú, rare (of steak)
        yīhuíshēngliǎnghuíshú, [一回生兩回熟], see 一回生二回熟[yī huí shēng èr huí shú]
        yīhuíshēngèrhuíshú, unfamiliar at first, but well accustomed soon enough (idiom)
        yīcìshēng,liǎngcìshú, [一次生,兩次熟], unfamiliar at first but you get used to it/strangers are first meeting, but soon...
        qīfēnshú, medium well (of steak)
        sānfēnshú, medium rare (of steak)
        bùchéngshú, unripe/immature
        wǔfēnshú, medium (of steak)
        réntóushú, [人頭熟], to know a lot of people
        rénshēnglùbùshú, everything is unfamiliar
        quánshú, thoroughly cooked/well done (of steak)
        bànshúliàn, [半熟練], semiskilled
        sīshú, [廝熟], familiar with one another
        Chángshú, Changshu county level city in Suzhou 蘇州|苏州[Sū zhōu], Jiangsu
        ChángshúShì, Changshu county level city in Suzhou 蘇州|苏州[Sū zhōu], Jiangsu
        kuàishúmiàn, [快熟麵], instant noodles
        xìngchéngshú, sexual maturity
        xìngshúcún, sexual intimacy
        chéngshúfēnliè, meiosis (in sexual reproduction)
        wèishú, unripe
        shāshú, [殺熟], to swindle associates, friends or relatives
        hùnshóu, to get familiar with
        gǔnguālànshú, [滾瓜爛熟], lit. ripe as a melon that rolls from its vine (idiom); fig. to know fluently/to ...
        zhǔshóu, to boil thoroughly/to cook thoroughly
        zhǔshúdeyāzifēile, [煮熟的鴨子飛了], the cooked duck flew away (proverb)/(fig.) to let a sure thing slip through one'...
        shúsī, [熟絲], silk raw material (prepared by boiling in soap)
        shúrénshúshì, familiar
        shúhuà, to cure/to mature
        shúpíjiǔ, pasteurized beer
        shúdì, cultivated land/in Chinese medicine, preparation from rhizome of Chinese foxglov...
        shúnǚ, mature and sophisticated woman
        shúzì, familiar words/known Chinese character
        shúsī, deliberation
        shúliào, worked material/chamotte (refractory ceramic material)
        shúchǎo, to stir-fry ingredients that have been cooked or partially cooked
        shúshíhuī, slaked lime/hydrated lime
        shúluò, [熟絡], familiar/close
        shúhuāng, abandoned land
        shúcài, cooked food (ready to eat)
        shúlǜ, [熟慮], careful thought
        shúcípìyì, [熟詞僻義], uncommon meaning of a common word
        shúyǔ, [熟語], idiom
        shúdào, familiar road/well-trodden path
        shúdàor, [熟道兒], familiar road/well-trodden path
        shúménshúlù, [熟門熟路], familiar
        shúshídiàn, deli/delicatessen
        shēngmǐzuòchéngshúfàn, [生米做成熟飯], lit. the raw rice is now cooked (idiom); fig. it is done and can't be changed/It...
        shēngmǐzhǔchéngshúfàn, [生米煮成熟飯], the rice is cooked/what's done is done/it's too late to change anything now (idi...
        shēngmǐshúfàn, [生米熟飯], abbr. for 生米煮成熟飯|生米煮成熟饭, lit. the raw rice is now cooked (idiom); fig. it is don...
        qiūshú, ripening in autumn (of crops)
        ānshú, [諳熟], to be proficient in

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