kuī
v. lose money; lack, be short of; be fortunate that; treat unfairly; (used to show irony)
    one (for )
    tiger (for )

Simplified Chinese

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Traditional Chinese

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Simplified stroke orders are based on the 'Standard of National Commonly-used Mandarin Chinese Characters (现代汉语通用字笔顺规范)', issued by the China National Language and Character Working Committee (国家语言文字工作委员会) on April 7th 1997. Traditional stroke orders are based on information issued by the Taiwan Ministry of Education.
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duō kuī nǐ men de bāng máng , yào bu wǒ jiù shī yè le .
phr. Thanks to your help, I did not lose my job.
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xìng kuī yǒu nín de bāng zhù , wǒ cái dé yí kǎo shàng dà xué .
phr. Fortunately I got help from you, and then I could go to university.
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qù nián wǒ men gōng sī kuī le liáng bǎi wàn .
phr. Our company lost two million dollars last year.
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nǐ xiàn zài bù háo hǎo gōng zuò , yǐ hòu huì chī dà kuī de
phr. If you don't work hard now, you will suffer a lot in future.
kuī běn
v. make a loss
hǎo hàn bù chī yǎn qián kuī
idiom. a wise man knows how to escape from an unfavorable situation in order to avoid loss or humiliation
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kuī nǐ hái shì gē ge , hái méi yǒu dì di dǒng shì
phr. Being the elder brother, you don't even know better than your younger brother.