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staunch / strong
HSK 5
to emphasize (a statement) / to stress
HSK 5
intense / (violently) strong
HSK 5
to enforce / enforcement / forcibly / compulsory
HSK 6
to compel / to force
HSK 6
to do with difficulty / to force sb to do sth / reluctant / barely enough
HSK 6
stubborn / obstinate / unbending
HSK 6
tenacious / hard to defeat
HSK 6
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surname Qiang
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stubborn / unyielding
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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
to increase / to strengthen
to reinforce / to strengthen / to increase
to strengthen / to intensify
large / formidable / powerful / strong
to strive for self-improvement
Li Keqiang (1955-), PRC politician, prime minister from 2013
powerful
violent / to rape
strong / powerful / (linguistics) emphatic / intensive
strong / sturdy / robust
eager to excel / eager to get ahead in life / strong-minded
Johnson (surname) / Johnson & Johnson (company)
cockroach (slang)
strength / intensity / CL: 個|个
prime time
eager to be first
to rape
strong / powerful / robust
promotion (for a product) / advertisement
key strength / strong suit / specialty
power / might
far-fetched / implausible (chain of reasoning)
to impose / to force upon
superglue
dominant / controlling / strong / opposite: weak, yielding 弱受 / to take by storm (military)
(sports) top eight / quarterfinals
to drag (sb) along (to a place) / to yank
(ironically) mainland China (Taiwan & Hong Kong usage)
powerful country / great power
Jason Hu (1948-), former Taiwan foreign minister
a powerful team (sports)
strong / forceful
to do sth by force / Taiwan pr. [qiang3 xing2]
tough / unyielding / hard-line
tough / strong / formidable / fearsome
(politics) strongman / (in the workplace, esp. of a woman) a highly capable person / (old) robber
to strengthen one's body / to keep fit / to build up one's health (through exercise, nutrition etc)
highly skilled in martial arts
the top four
strike first and gain the upper hand (idiom, martial arts term); Making the first move is an advantage.
top 100 (e.g. top 100 towns)
to order by force / peremptory
despot / tyrant / bully
lit. an arrow at the end of its flight (idiom) / fig. spent force
strong or weak / intensity / amount of force or pressure
cardiac stimulant
to rob (with force) / bandit / robber / CL: 個|个
to argue strenuously or with sophistry / to quibble
resilient / tough and strong
rich and powerful
strong breeze (meteorology)
to work energetically for prosperity (of the country)
strong interaction (governing hadrons in nuclear physics)
to resist (with great difficulty)
to press into service / to impress / to commandeer
to be self-reliant
obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
to use all one's willpower (to do sth) / to hang in there
sturdy
young and vigorous (idiom)
to insist on / to demand / to impose
to oppose strongly / violently opposed to
to force someone to do something
quarterfinals
to force sb to buy or sell / to trade using coercion
firm / unyielding
to show off / to try to be brave
pressure (as measured)
lit. if you have to use force to break a melon off the vine, it won't taste sweet (because it's only when the melon is ripe that it can be removed with just a slight twist) (idiom) / fig. if sth is not meant to be, it's no use trying to force it to happen
semifinals
rich and powerful
Logger Vick (Boonie Bears character) / nickname for bald people
competent / capable
surly and unreasoning / bullying / tyrannical
to strive unremittingly / self-improvement
strong and healthy / fit
(idiom) just passable / barely satisfactory
powerful enemy
to be either weak or strong both have their purpose (idiom)
successful career woman / able woman
to tighten control (over sth)
to compel / to force
to pretend to look happy / to force oneself to smile
lit. strong dragon cannot repress a snake (idiom); fig. a local gangster who is above the law
world power
to occupy by force
strong alkali

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