A Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary of the Swatow Dialect, Arranged According to Syllables and Tones/cip
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執cip67328 To hold fast; to maintain; to retain.
cip ì àiⁿ kîaⁿ; persisted in so doing. cip kín; hold fast to. lṳ́ màiⁿ cip lṳ́ kâi ì; do not obstinately maintain your own opinion. hŭam sṳ̄ m̄ hó̤ cip it; in all things one should be open to conviction. kù-cip; pertinacious. cip-áu; obstinate. cip huap; abide by the rule. kak cip cêk gōi; let each keep to his own trade. lṳ́ cip cí kâi chêng-lí, i li cip hṳ́ kâi chêng-lí; you hold to this view of the case, and he to that. kak cip cêk ì; each retained his own opinion. kak nâng cip kak nâng kâi ì; each held to his own notion. cip sṳ̄; manager or trustee. pái cip sṳ̄; appoint managers. úa kà lṳ́ cip pit kâi huap cak; I teach you how to hold the pen. pĕ cip; a father's equal in age.
摺cip416411 A paper properly folded, as an official document.
cip-cṳ́; a document; an authoritative permit; a license, or order, issued by government. khîeh cip-cṳ́ lâi kìⁿ; brought a document for the government, and had an audience. nín kâi toaⁿ khui lío, cò̤-nî m̄ hû úa kâi cip-cṳ́? Why is it that your draft does not correspond with my letter of credit? gūa kháu kàu-kwn to sĭ ēng cip-cṳ́; in foreign trade bills of exchange are always used.