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to judge, review, examine, investigate; careful, cautious, judicious
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traditional Chinese text:

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simplified Chinese symbol: to judge, review, examine, investigate; careful, cautious, judicious
(simplified Chinese symbol)

The meanings in Chinese:

to judge

to review

to examine

to investigate

careful

cautious

judicious

related keywords:
judge
review
investigate
examine, examination

careful
judicious
caution, cautious

pronunciation: shěn shen~3

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recommended words or phrases:

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a trial
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Last Judgment
Last Judgment

cautious, deliberate, prudential, circumspect
cautious
deliberate
prudential
circumspect

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