(archaic) I; me

to give

strokes 4
strokes after radical 3
不予 不予 bu4 yu2
to withhold; to refuse

不予理会 不予理會 bu4 yu3 li3 hui4
to ignore; to brush off; to dismiss; to pay no attention to

不予评论 不予評論 bu4 yu3 ping2 lun4
No comment!

赐予 賜予 ci4 yu3
to grant; to bestow

赋予 賦予 fu4 yu3
to assign; to entrust (a task); to give; to bestow

给予 給予 ji3 yu3
to accord; to give; to show (respect)

寄予 寄予 ji4 yu3
to place (hope, importance etc) on; to express; to show; to give

寄予厚望 寄予厚望 ji4 yu3 hou4 wang4
to place high hopes

欧阳予倩 歐陽予倩 ou1 yang2 yu2 qian4
Ouyang Yuqian (1889-1962), Chinese actor

施予 施予 shi1 yu3
variant of 施與|施与

授予 授予 shou4 yu3
to award; to confer

予人口实 予人口實 yu3 ren2 kou3 shi2
to give cause for gossip

予以 予以 yu3 yi3
to give; to impose; to apply

予以照顾 予以照顧 yu3 yi3 zhao4 gu4
to ask sb to carefully consider a request (idiom)

欲取姑予 欲取姑予 yu4 qu3 gu1 yu3
variant of 欲取姑與|欲取姑与; to make concessions for the sake of future gains (idiom)

宰予 宰予 zai3 yu3
Zai Yu (522-458 BC), disciple of Confucius

宰予昼寝 宰予晝寢 zai3 yu3 zhou4 qin3
Zai Yu sleeps by day (idiom); refers to story in Analects of Confucius remonstrating bitterly with his student for sleeping during lectures

赠予 贈予 zeng4 yu3
to give a present; to accord (a favor); to grant

准予 准予 zhun3 yu3
to grant; to approve; to permit

酌予 酌予 zhuo2 yu3
to give as one sees fit