Dictionary content from CC-CEDICT De keizer is ver weg - boek met wilde avonturen in China

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to request / to require / requirement / to stake a claim / to ask / to demand / CL: 點|点
military skill or technique (in former times) / all kinds of martial art sports (some claiming spiritual development) / self-defense / tradition of choreographed fights from opera and film (recent usage) / also called kungfu 功夫 / CL: 種|种
to call oneself / to claim to be / to profess / to claim a title
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to climb (by pulling oneself up) / to implicate / to claim connections of higher status
HSK 7-9
to be known as; to be nicknamed / to be purportedly / to claim (often exaggeratedly or falsely)
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to ask for compensation / to claim damages / claim for damages
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to claim / to state / to proclaim / to assert
HSK 7-9
to assert / to claim
HSK 7-9
Diaoyu Islands, located between Taiwan and Okinawa, controlled by Japan – which calls them the Senkaku Islands – but claimed by China
to believe (what sb claims) (usually used in the negative) / (math.) confidence (interval etc)
Diaoyu Islands, claimed by China but controlled by Japan as the Senkaku Islands, also called the Pinnacle Islands
peer competition / to function as rivals / to make claims as an equal
to claim (as one's property) / to adopt (a child) / to accept (an illegitimate child as one's own)
Shu Han (c. 200-263), Liu Bei's kingdom in Sichuan during the Three Kingdoms, claiming legitimacy as successor of Han
(medicine) to complain of; a patient's brief account of their illness / (law) main suit; principal claim
staking a claim to territory / enclosure
to claim; to pretend
to claim credit for oneself
to settle a claim / claims settlement / payment of claims
to obtain by impersonation / to falsely claim as one's own
social climbing / to claim connections with people in higher social class
to claim / to insist
lit. wind from an empty cave (idiom) / fig. unfounded (story) / baseless (claim)
to plead / to claim as an excuse
to claim credit for other people's achievements (idiom)
to usurp / to claim unjustly / to expropriate
to claim falsely (literary)
(idiom) to make far-fetched claims; to offer outlandish explanations
to claim credit due to others
not to claim personal credit for achievement (idiom)
to claim credit due to others; to appropriate others' credit or honor
to claim falsely
to claim a credit against / tax reduction
to claim ownership (of stolen goods)
to put on theatrical makeup / (neologism c. 2014) to debunk sb's claim; to put egg on sb's face
both sides claim they're right (idiom)
anti-secession law of 2005 (whereby PRC claims the right to invade Taiwan)
deductible (the part of an insurance claim paid by the insured) / (UK English) excess
to have benefited from sth but pretend otherwise / to claim to be hard done by, even though one has benefited
to make a claim (for damages etc)
(idiom) to use claims to kinship or friendship to climb socially
to launch a satellite / (fig.) (neologism during the Great Leap Forward, c. 1958) to achieve prominent success / (later used sarcastically) to make exaggerated claims / to talk big
claim to rights (copyright, patent etc)
Niu'e Reef, disputed territory in the South China Sea, claimed by China, Vietnam and the Philippines, aka Whitsun Reef or Julian Felipe Reef
to make a formal request / formal request / to make a claim (law)
a death claimed to be a suicide by the authorities
expense claim form
rushing to stake one's claim in new markets (idiom)
Arunachal Pradesh, a state of India in the northeast of the country, occupying an area claimed by China in an ongoing sovereignty dispute

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