1. Greatest / Vast
- 太阳 (tài yang) Sun Literal. Greatest light – in the olden days, 太阴 (tài yīn) Literal. Greatest darkness refers to The Moon, however as time went by, people grew accustomed to 月亮 (yuè liàng) Moon
- 外太空 (wài tài kōng) Outer space Literal. Outer vast emptiness
2. Excessive / Extremely
- 太多 (tài duō) Too much Literal. Excessively more
- 太少 (tài shǎo) Too little Literal. Excessively less
- 你太过分了 (nǐ tài guò fèn le) You're too much Literal. You excessively crossed your part
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- 太极 (tài jí) Taiji Literal. Vast extreme (polarity), a cosmological term for the state of oneness before the two polarities (Yin and Yang). Although Yin (阴) and Yang (阳) can be distinguished, they cannot be separated, they depend on each other for definition.
- 太极拳 (tài jí quán) Taijiquan Literal. Vast extreme fist – a wholistic course that comprises martial arts, meditation, spiritual practice as well as self-defense. However, in popular culture, "Taichi" often refers to Chinese people pushing their hands around in the parks. In Singapore, when someone pushes work responsibility to others, one would say "He Taichi-ed his work to me!"
 Quote: *The Web Has No Weaver: Understanding Chinese Medicine by Ted J. Kaptchuk – 2nd Edition. Chapter 1: Yin and Yang Theory