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        chídào, [遲到], to arrive late
        Chí/chí, [遲], surname Chi, late/delayed/slow
        chízǎo, [遲早], sooner or later
        tuīchí, [推遲], to postpone/to put off/to defer
        chídùn, [遲鈍], slow in one's reactions/sluggish (in movement or thought)
        yánchí, [延遲], to delay/to postpone/to keep putting sth off/to procrastinate/(computing) to lag
        chíyí, [遲疑], to hesitate
        chíhuǎn, [遲緩], slow/sluggish
        chíchí, [遲遲], late (with a task etc)/slow
        háobùchíyí, [毫不遲疑], without the slightest hesitation
        shìbùyíchí, [事不宜遲], the matter should not be delayed/there's no time to lose
        língchí, [凌遲], the lingering death/the death of a thousand cuts (old form of capital punishment...
        shānshānláichí, [姍姍來遲], to be late/to arrive slowly/to be slow in the coming
        chízhì, [遲滯], delay/procrastination
        chūláihùnchízǎoyàohuánde, [出來混遲早要還的], if you live a life of crime, sooner or later you'll pay for it
        wèijuéchídùn, [味覺遲鈍], amblygeustia/loss of food taste
        Yùchí, [尉遲], surname Yuchi
        YùchíGōng, [尉遲恭], General Yuchi Gong (585-658), famous military man instrumental in founding the T...
        chāchí, [差遲], variant of 差池[chā chí]
        zhìchí, [至遲], at the latest
        chuándàojiāngxīn,bǔlòuchí, [船到江心,補漏遲], It's too late to plug the leak once ship is in the middle of the river. (idiom)
        shuōshíchí,nàshíkuài, [說時遲,那時快], (idiom) no sooner said than done/before you know it
        chíle, [遲了], late
        chíjiāo, [遲交], to delay handing over (payment, homework etc)
        chífāxìngsǔnshāng, [遲發性損傷], delayed lesion
        chíyán, [遲延], to delay
        chímàn, [遲慢], slow/late
        chímù, [遲暮], past one's prime
        ChíHàotián, [遲浩田], Chi Haotian (1929-), Chinese Minister of National Defense 1993-2003
        chízhìxiànxiàng, [遲滯現象], hysteresis
        chíwù, [遲誤], to delay/to procrastinate
        chídùn, [遲頓], inactive/obtuse

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