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power / might / prestige
authority / authoritative / power and prestige
HSK 6
Weihai prefecture level city in Shandong
to threaten / to menace
HSK 5
Norway
Venice / Venezia
William or Wilhelm (name)
Roewe (brand)
might / formidable power
HSK 6
Hawaii, US state
Wales, constituent nation of UK
Wuwei prefecture level city in Gansu
Weihai prefecture level city in Shandong
Kuwait
authoritative / (having) authority
Warwick (name) / University of Warwick, Coventry, UK
Hanover
whiskey (loanword)
dignified / imposing / august / awe-inspiring / awe / prestige / dignity
to cower by military force / deterrence
Xuanwei county level city in Qujing 曲靖, Yunnan
Weiyuan county in Neijiang 內江|内江, Sichuan
to demonstrate (as a protest) / a demonstration / a military show of force
HSK 6
might / awe-inspiring authority / impressive
HSK 6
Wilson (name)
to cheer for / to encourage / to boost the morale of
Swaziland
prestige
HSK 6
might / formidable
Wei county in Xingtai 邢台, Hebei
Xuanwei county level city in Qujing 曲靖, Yunnan
New South Wales, southeast Australian state
Wuwei prefecture level city in Gansu
Weixin county in Zhaotong 昭通, Yunnan
prestige / reputation / trust / credit with the people
HSK 6
bold and powerful
Powell (name)
national prestige
Louis Vuitton (brand)
Witkey, question-and-answer website www.witkey.com
Weimar (German city)
demonstrator / protester
Kingway (Chinese beer brand)
Ernest Hemingway (1899-1961), American novelist and journalist
Wisconsin, US state
Weining Yi, Hui and Miao autonomous county in Bijie prefecture 畢節地區|毕节地区, Guizhou
Weiyuan county in Neijiang 內江|内江, Sichuan
Visa (credit card)
Wylie (name) / Turrell Wylie, originator of the Wylie transcription of Tibetan script
Welsh (language)
to threaten / to coerce / to intimidate
authority / prestige / supernatural spirit
fame for fighting prowess / military glory
lit. the fox exploits the tiger's might (idiom); fig. to use powerful connections to intimidate people
Weixin county in Zhaotong 昭通, Yunnan
Willis (name)
authoritative
New South Wales (Australian state)
majestic / awe-inspiring presence / impressive power
potential threat / potential menace
Greenwich
University of Warwick, Coventry, UK
Du Wei (1982-), Shanghai soccer star / Dewey (name)
Wisconsin
might / power and influence
authority / power
Waikiki (Hawaii)
display of severity immediately on taking office / (fig.) initial show of strength
The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare
powerful benevolent rule
Rottweiler (dog breed)
to threaten / to intimidate / to cow
to make threats and promises
wafer (biscuit) (loanword)
macadamia nut
to show off one's military strength (idiom); to strut around / to bluff / to bluster
rally
Segway PT
Wisconsin, US state
Weihaiwei, late Qing naval port in Weihai 威海, Shandong
Budweiser beer
Orwell (name) / George Orwell (1903-1950), British novelist, author of Animal Farm 動物農場|动物农场 and 1984 一九八四年
majestic presence / awe-inspiring manner
(protest) demonstration
wafer / wafer cookie
shawarma, Middle Eastern sandwich wrap (loanword)
prestige / renown / influence
Wellington, capital of New Zealand (Tw) / Wellington (name) / Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington (1769-1851)
whiskey (loanword)
Hawaii, US state
Wade-Giles (romanization system for Chinese)
Wuwei prefecture in Gansu
Dwight D. Eisenhower (1890-1969), US army general and politician, Supreme Allied Commander in Europe during World War II, US President 1953-1961
Hawaii island
Weining Yi, Hui and Miao autonomous county in Bijie prefecture 畢節地區|毕节地区, Guizhou
nuclear deterrence
abuse of authority / tyrannical abuse
to inspire awe throughout the empire (idiom)
military threat
Wichita (city in Kansas)

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