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Pīnyīn
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lit. compass and set square / fig. established standard / rule / customs / practices / fig. upright and honest / well-behaved
HSK 5
torque
array / matrix (math.)
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carpenter's square / rule / regulation / pattern / to carve
rectangle
torque
to follow the compass and go with the set square (idiom); to follow the rules inflexibly / to act according to convention
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variant of
without rules, nothing can be done (idiom); one must follow some rules
to behave oneself / to abide by the rules
(statistics) central moment
to follow the compass and go with the set square (idiom); to follow the rules inflexibly / to act according to convention
set square (tool to measure right angles)
magnetic moment
without rules, nothing can be done (idiom, from Mencius); one must follow some rules
Norma (constellation)
(automobile) torque converter
conforming with the norms of society
compasses, set square, spirit level and plumbline (idiom); fig. established standard / norms / criteria
compasses, set square and straight line marker (idiom); fig. established standard / norms / criteria
torque arm
Nuojuluo, monk at start of Tang dynasty, possibly originally immigrant, lived in Qingshen county 青神, Sichuan
torque / turning force
(statistics) moment
axis of eccentricity
without rules, how can anything be done (idiom); one must follow some rules
adjoint matrix (math.)


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