to exhaust

strokes 14
strokes after radical 9
殚竭 殫竭 dan1 jie2
to use up; to exhaust

殚精竭虑 殫精竭慮 dan1 jing1 jie2 lv4
to exhaust one's thoughts and ingenuity (idiom); to think sth through thoroughly; to rack one's brains; to leave no stone unturned

竭诚 竭誠 jie2 cheng2

竭尽 竭盡 jie2 jin4
to use up; to exhaust

竭尽全力 竭盡全力 jie2 jin4 quan2 li4
to spare no effort (idiom); to do one's utmost

竭力 竭力 jie2 li4
to do one's utmost

竭心 竭心 jie2 xin1
to do one's utmost

竭泽而渔 竭澤而漁 jie2 ze2 er2 yu2
lit. to drain the pond to get at the fish (idiom); fig. to kill the goose that lays the golden eggs

尽心竭力 盡心竭力 jin4 xin1 jie2 li4
to spare no effort (idiom); to do one's utmost

精疲力竭 精疲力竭 jing1 pi2 li4 jie2
spirit weary, strength exhausted (idiom); spent; drained; washed out

枯竭 枯竭 ku1 jie2
used up; dried up; exhausted (of resources)

匮竭 匱竭 kui4 jie2

罄竭 罄竭 qing4 jie2
variant of 磬竭

磬竭 磬竭 qing4 jie2
used up; exhausted; emptied

穷竭 窮竭 qiong2 jie2
to exhaust; to use up

穷竭法 窮竭法 qiong2 jie2 fa3
Archimedes' method of exhaustion (an early form of integral calculus)

取之不尽,用之不竭 取之不盡,用之不竭 qu3 zhi1 bu4 jin4 - yong4 zhi1 bu4 jie2
limitless supply (of); inexhaustible

声嘶力竭 聲嘶力竭 sheng1 si1 li4 jie2
to shout oneself hoarse (idiom)

衰竭 衰竭 shuai1 jie2
organ failure; exhaustion; prostration (medicine)

心力衰竭 心力衰竭 xin1 li4 shuai1 jie2
heart failure

血竭 血竭 xue4 jie2
dragon's blood (bright red tree resin)

再衰三竭 再衰三竭 zai4 shuai1 san1 jie2
weakening and close to exhaustion (idiom); in terminal decline; on one's last legs