|to bow with clasped hands||打拱 [da3 gong3]|
|(particle used for comparison and "-er than"), to compare, to contrast, to gesture (with hands), ratio, abbr. for Belgium 比利時|比利时||比 [bi3]|
|(saying) to gesticulate while talking; wave ones hands about as criticism||指手画脚 [zhi3 shou3 hua4 jiao3]|
|(saying) to gesticulate while talking; wave ones hands about as criticism||指手畫腳 [zhi3 shou3 hua4 jiao3]|
|(set phrase) to dance for joy, to gesticulate with hands and feet||手舞足蹈 [shou3 wu3 zu2 dao3]|
|A man and a woman unless related by blood or marriage should not touch hands when giving and taking things (according to the code of conduct before the republican era)||男女授受不親|
|a salute, hands raised||手举 [shou3 ju3]|
|a salute, hands raised||手舉 [shou3 ju3]|
|a very fortunate person (Lit. hands don't need to move)||不必勞動的富家人|
|angrily bang on chairs and tables with hands||拍桌椅 (以示生氣 )|
|bail water with a bucket or both hands so as to empty the container, throw water on someone or something||打水|
|bare hands, bare handed||赤手空拳|
|break open with the hands, to peel (an orange)||剝開 ,張開|
|brothers are like hands and feet||兄弟如手足|
|by one's own hands||親手|
|callous (on hands or feet), callousness, corn, lump||繭 ,研|
|carpal tunnel syndrome (pain in the hands due to pressure on the median nerve), median neuropathy at the wrist||腕隧道症候群 [wan4 sui4 dao4 zheng4 hou4 qun2]|
|carry a large bulky object with both hands or on shoulders), to lift, to raise (as one's head), have a fit (spasm)||舉 ,發作 ,抬|
|change hands (e.g., house or land), to change from one hand to the other (when carrying a heavy basket)||換手|
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