'jug

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plant, fix, pitch, to put in, insert into, recruit, to let, to allow [JV]

enter [actual usage of a term, collection, engager (p zhugs go into, enter, participate, follow, get involved in, steadily pursue, put in, stuff in, put into, go into, insert, let, allow, permit, make, force, put under, bring under control bring into, practice, enjoin, permit, make, cause, enable, establish, initiate, perceive, be occupied with, pervade, permeate, express (through the three kayas etc), proceed, function, act, start working, entertain, engage, apply involvement, action, functioning, perception, manifestation, incarnation, continuity (of cause and effect), [['du shes 'jug - entertain the idea that [[rab 'jug - completely permeates -about compassion-, [[byed 'jug pa - make, cause, enable, [[byed du 'jug pa - make, cause, enable [[rnam shes yul la 'jug - the consciousness engaged in an object] [IW]

[p zhugs],, enter, go into, participate in * [p bcug chugs!],, put into, insert, let, allow, permit, make/ force/ compel someone to do something [IW]

infuse, insert; actual usage of a term, collection engage. p. zhugs 1) to go into, enter, participate. 2) follow [the path, doctrine], to get oneself involved, engaged in, occupied with, steady pursuance. 3) put, fill in, stuff, to put into, to go into, put in, insert. 4) to let, allow, permit. 5) to make, force. 6) to put under, bring under [power, control] stuff, bring into, practice, enjoin, permit, to make, cause, enable, establish, initiate, in, perceive, occupied with, pervade, permeate, express [through the three kayas etc], proceed, function, act, start working, entertain, engagement, application, involvement, action, functioning, 'perception', manifestation, incarnation, continuity [of cause and effect], 'du shes 'jug to entertain the idea that.]. rab 'jug completely permeates about compassion-], byed 'jug pa to make, cause, enable, byed du 'jug pa to make, cause, enable]. rnam shes yul la 'jug the consciousness engaged in an object]; induce [RY]