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HSK
price / CL: 個|个
HSK 4
form / table / CL: 張|张,
HSK 4
strict / stringent / tight / rigorous
HSK 4
to meet the standard required / qualified / eligible (voter etc)
HSK 4
nature / disposition / temperament / character / CL: 個|个
HSK 4
qualifications / seniority
HSK 5
style
HSK 5
especially / particularly
HSK 5
standard / norm / specification
HSK 6
form / specification / format
HSK 6
structure / pattern / layout
HSK 6
personality / integrity / dignity
HSK 6
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  *格* | 格* | *格
square / frame / rule / (legal) case / style / character / standard / pattern / (grammar) case / (classical) to obstruct / to hinder / (classical) to arrive / to come / (classical) to investigate / to study exhaustively
blog (loanword) (Tw)
variant of 逼格
to wrestle
England
Greenland
Grey / Gray
to fail / to flunk
Scotland
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (Tw)
promotion / upgrade
lattice / check (pattern of squares)
blank / blank space on a form / space / (indicating missing or illegible character)
Green or Greene (name)
to pass an exam or a test / to meet a minimum standard
MiG / Russian Aircraft Corporation / Mikoyan
yogurt (loanword)
price list
Quaker (company)
to study the underlying principles, esp. in neo-Confucian rational learning 理學|理学 / word for Western natural sciences during late Qing
Shangri-La (mythical location) / Shangri-La town and county in Dêqên or Diqing Tibetan autonomous prefecture 迪慶藏族自治州|迪庆藏族自治州, northwest Yunnan / formerly Gyeltang or Gyalthang, Chinese 中甸 in Tibetan province of Kham
Prague, capital of Czech Republic
checked pattern / square box character (in Chinese text) indicating illegible character
princess (loanword from Manchu, used in the Qing Dynasty)
one's character / fret (on fingerboard of lute or guitar)
grid / mesh / lattice
to format
Gera (city in Germany)
bodily health / one's physical state / physique
to be entitled / to qualify / to be qualified
Douglas (name)
qualifying round (in sports)
(math.) lattice
nominative case (grammar)
standard / norm
objective
Margaret (name)
margarita (cocktail)
Angus, a traditional county of Scotland, now a "council area"
physical examination / clinical examination / health checkup
field of vision
to fix the price
Georgia (country)
Gree (brand)
to fix / to confine to / freeze frame / stop motion (filmmaking)
Singh (name)
price tag
strictly speaking
style (of art or literature) / form / one's work style / moral character
maxim
to study the underlying principle to acquire knowledge (abbr. for 格物致知) / word for Western natural sciences during late Qing
locative case
certificate of conformity
Glasgow, Scotland
Baghdad, capital of Iraq
Logue or Rogge (name) / Jacques Rogge, president of International Olympic Committee (IOC)
Socrates (469-399 BC), Greek philosopher / José Sócrates (1957-), prime minister of Portugal (2005-2011)
Leningrad, name of Russian city Saint Petersburg 聖彼得堡|圣彼得堡 1923-1991
Arnold Schwarzenegger / also written 阿諾德·施瓦辛格|阿诺德·施瓦辛格
Borg (name) / Bjorn Borg (1956-), Swedish tennis star
veteran
Grant (name)
Greenwich
(idiom) inharmonious / incompatible
Puge county in Liangshan Yi autonomous prefecture 涼山彞族自治州|凉山彝族自治州, south Sichuan
Granada, Spain
Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961), Swiss psychiatrist
to have a unique style of one's own (idiom)
(oral) to write (esp. for a living) / to spell out laboriously on squared paper
Gdansk, city on Baltic in north Poland
blocked or painful urination, constipation and vomiting (Chinese medicine)
Grenada, island country in the Caribbean Sea (Tw)
New England
strictly speaking
Grenada
to break the rule / to make an exception
Angus, Scottish breed of beef cattle
Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)
(spreadsheet) cell
Niccolò Paganini (1782-1840), Italian violinist and composer
able to pass muster / qualified / apt / presentable
not stick to one pattern
to overstep the bounds of what is proper / to take sth too far / (of a measuring device) to go off the scale
Society of Friends / the Quakers
Ferguson (surname)
true / real
(slang) pretentious style

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