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  *強* | 強* | *強
surname Qiang
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  *強* | 強* | *強
stubborn / unyielding
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  *強* | 強* | *強
strong / powerful / better / slightly more than / vigorous / violent / best in their category, e.g. see 百強|百强
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to force / to compel / to strive / to make an effort
strength / intensity / CL: 個|个
large / formidable / powerful / strong
to increase / to strengthen
to reinforce / to strengthen / to increase
to strengthen / to intensify
to enforce / enforcement / forcibly / compulsory
HSK 6
powerful
to emphasize (a statement) / to stress
HSK 5
to strive for self-improvement
intense / (violently) strong
HSK 5
staunch / strong
HSK 5
to rape
strong / powerful / (linguistics) emphatic / intensive
to do with difficulty / to force sb to do sth / reluctant / barely enough
HSK 6
to compel / to force
HSK 6
strong / powerful / robust
to do sth by force
the top four
pressure (physics)
key strength / strong suit / specialty
violent / to rape
strong or weak / intensity / amount of force or pressure
prime time
strong breeze (meteorology)
luminous intensity
eager to excel / eager to get ahead in life / strong-minded
radiation intensity
firm / unyielding
stubborn / obstinate / unbending
HSK 6
promotion (for a product) / advertisement
atmospheric pressure
(ironically) mainland China (Taiwan & Hong Kong usage)
powerful country / great power
cockroach (slang)
Johnson (surname) / Johnson & Johnson (company)
world power
strong / sturdy / robust
(sports) top eight / quarterfinals
tenacious / hard to defeat
HSK 6
pressure (as measured)
valiant
to rob (with force) / bandit / robber / CL: 個|个
rich and powerful
Li Keqiang (1955-), PRC politician, prime minister from 2013
magnetic field density
tough / unyielding / hard-line
to be either weak or strong both have their purpose (idiom)
to strive unremittingly / self-improvement
eager to be first
to press into service / to impress / to commandeer
quarterfinals
top 100 (e.g. top 100 towns)
resilient / tough and strong
sturdy
dominant / controlling / strong / opposite: weak, yielding 弱受 / to take by storm (military)
semifinals
Jason Hu (1948-), former Taiwan foreign minister
to resist (with great difficulty)
superglue
strong / forceful
powerful enemy
to oppose strongly / violently opposed to
to insist on / to demand / to impose
despot / tyrant / bully
power / might
obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
rich and powerful
rupture strength / breaking strength
to strengthen one's body / to keep fit / to build up one's health (through exercise, nutrition etc)
to pretend to look happy / to force oneself to smile
Zaoqiang county in Hengshui 衡水, Hebei
the Great Powers (history)
far-fetched / implausible (chain of reasoning)
to force someone to do something
cardiac stimulant
(idiom) just passable / barely satisfactory
to impose / to force upon
to show off / to try to be brave
Zaoqiang county in Hengshui 衡水, Hebei
to tighten control (over sth)
strong interaction (governing hadrons in nuclear physics)
to argue strenuously or with sophistry / to quibble
surly and unreasoning / bullying / tyrannical
named grade or higher / at least stated magnitude (of earthquake)
to compel / to force
strong alkali
to strive for self-improvement
to be better than
lit. an arrow at the end of its flight (idiom) / fig. spent force
to make an effort to become strong (idiom); determined to do better / to pull one's socks up
hadron (particle physics)
a powerful team (sports)
to occupy by force
strike first and gain the upper hand (idiom, martial arts term); Making the first move is an advantage.
not to submit to force (idiom); to defy threats and violence
to twist words and force logic (idiom) / sophistry / loud rhetoric making up for fallacious argument / shoving false arguments down people's throats

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