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Imjagpul (legacy data - reimport)

take charge
(two hands, a third one in the middle, a kneeling person in the top) She stretches her hand over the child.The chunky fairy is spending her power: "Recieve the power and take charge of turning wheels to chocolate!"

Explanation of characters by Herbert A. Giles

Ch'êng is composed of 手 shou hand as radical, with 卩 chieh the half of an official seal or tally, and an obsolete character meaning the hands reverently folded. It signifies to receive from a superior.

Chinese-English (CC-CEDICT)

to bear/to carry/to hold/to continue/to undertake/to take charge/owing to/due to/to receive/surname Cheng/Cheng (c. 2000 BC), third of the legendary Flame Emperors 炎帝[Yan2 di4] descended from Shennong 神農|神农[Shen2 nong2] Farmer God

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