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husband / CL: 個|个
HSK 2
skill / art / kung fu / labor / effort
HSK 4
doctor / physician
HSK 4
a (married) couple / husband and wife / CL: 對|对
HSK 6
husband and wife / married couple
golf (loanword)
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  *夫* | 夫* | *夫
husband / man / manual worker / conscripted laborer (old)
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  *夫* | 夫* | *夫
(classical) this, that / he, she, they / (exclamatory final particle) / (initial particle, introduces an opinion)
lady / madam / Mrs. / CL:
golf / golf ball
fiancé
the Maldives
the Maldives (Tw)
peasant / farmer
golf course
Wolf, Woolf (name)
to play golf
(literary) husband
a manly man / a man of character
Jeff or Geoff (name)
former husband
to play golf
senior official (in imperial China)
Slavic
Yugoslavia, 1943-1992
Steve (male name)
Joseph (name)
Ralph (name)
Confucius (551-479 BC), Chinese thinker and social philosopher, also known as 孔子
(coll.) he-man
common people / ordinary folk
Madame Tussauds (waxworks)
fig. the man sings and the woman follows / fig. marital harmony
Düsseldorf (Germany) / also written 杜塞爾多夫|杜塞尔多夫
fisherman
Tchaikovsky (1840-1893), Russian composer
Düsseldorf (Germany)
Hofmann or Hoffman (name) / August Wilhelm von Hofmann (1818-1892), German chemist / Dustin Hoffman (1937-), US film actor
Dubrovnik (city in Croatia)
(coll.) older sister's husband
First Lady (wife of US president)
street cleaner / garbage collector / (soccer) sweeper
older sister's husband
common person / ordinary guy / mortal man
honorific title during Tang to Qing times, approx. "Glorious grand master"
(old) laborer
period of time (may be months, or mere seconds) / spare time / skill / labor / effort
Tel Aviv / Tel Aviv-Jaffa
Franz Kafka (1883-1924), Czech Jewish writer
Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860-1904), Russian writer famous for his short stories and plays
to force into service / press-gang
one man can hold the pass against ten thousand enemies (idiom)
Master / (old form of address for teachers, scholars) / pedant
butcher / fig. murderous dictator
porter for a palanquin
Kraft, US food company
Saint Joseph
former husband / widower
Cardiff
very concentrated type of tea drunk in Chaozhou, Fujian and Taiwan
coward
Lavrov (name) / Sergey Viktorovich Lavrov (1950-), Russian diplomat and politician, Foreign minister from 2004
Cleveland
to travel far and wide looking for sth, only to find it easily
lit. one husband one wife / monogamy
to practice (work skills)
scholar officials
younger sister's husband
Wolfsburg
husband of older female cousin via female line
Krakow
woodman / woodcutter
similarity in features of an old couple / common facial traits that show predestination to be married together
ordinary man / ignorant person / coarse fellow
sick man
Wang Fuzhi (1619-1692), wide-ranging scholar of the Ming-Qing transition
I (spoken by an old man)
married man
popular Sichuan cold dish made of thinly sliced beef and beef offal
(derog.) the sick man of Asia (term used in the West in the late 19th and early 20th centuries to refer to China in its weakened state after the Opium Wars)
Gorbachev / Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev (1931-), last president of the Soviet Union 1991-1995
fisher / fisherman
mother's sister's husband / husband of mother's sister
burlak (barge hauler)
appearing to be praising others while actually praising yourself / one's criticism of others exposes one's own faults
Kevlar
groom / stable lad / horsekeeper / pimp / procurer
male adulterer
night watchman (in former times)
duchess
househusband
Rachmaninoff or Rachmaninov (name) / Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943), Russian composer and pianist
waffle (loanword)
Pavlov (name) / Ivan Petrovich Pavlov (1849-1936), Russian experimental psychologist
a lot of people (literary)
adulterous couple
Rostov-on-Don, Russian river port and regional capital close to Sea of Azov (north of the Black Sea)
Maria Skłodowska-Curie or Marie Curie (1867-1934), Nobel laureate in both physics (1903) and chemistry (1911)

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