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Pīnyīn
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HSK
to train / to drill / training / CL: 個|个
HSK 5
to cultivate / to train / to groom / training
HSK 5
to provide guidance / to lecture sb / to upbraid / a talking-to / a bitter lesson / CL: , 頓|顿
HSK 5
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to teach / to train / to admonish / instruction (from superiors) / teachings / rule
military practice, esp. for reservists or new recruits / military training as a (sometimes compulsory) subject in schools and colleges / drill
to complete the training course (Tw)
training class
school motto
to receive training
pedagogy / to instruct and guide
trainer
to reprimand / to rebuke / to berate / stern criticism
old teaching (e.g. religious instruction)
language training
training camp
(Tw) weight training (abbr. for 重量訓練|重量训练)
to interpret and make glossaries and commentaries on classic texts
to draw a lesson (from a setback)
on-the-job training
weight training (Tw)
outdoor education program
to reprimand / to admonish / to lecture sb
to train / to care for and educate
military exercise / army drill
instructions to one's children / family precepts
sage's instructions / imperial edict
old adage / ancient teaching
outdoor education program
wishes of the deceased
to explain / to interpret / interpretation
dean of students office (Tw)
order / instruction
weight training
to train together / to practice as a group
to admonish subordinates
interval training
instruction / admonition
instruction / order / maxim
to drill troops / to build up and train
tuition within family / education from father
to admonish / instructions / orders
a reading of a written Chinese word derived from a synonym (typically, a vernacular synonym) (e.g. in Mandarin, 投子 may be pronounced as its synonym 色子, and in Wu dialects, is pronounced as its synonym 兩|两 "liahn") / to pronounce a word using such a reading / (Japanese linguistics) kun-reading, a pronunciation of a kanji derived from a native Japanese word that matches its meaning rather than from the pronunciation of the character in a Sinitic language at the time it was imported from China (Note: A kun-reading of a character is distinguished from its on-reading(s) 音讀|音读. For example, has a kun-reading "yama" and an on-reading "san".)
training in rotation
to increase the population, amass wealth, and teach the people to be faithful to the cause (in preparation for war, following a defeat)
ministry / the teaching of a religious leader
short training course
Korean text HunMin JongUm promulgated by Sejong Daewang in 1418 to introduce hangeul
not to be taken as an example / not an example to be followed / not to be taken as authoritative
explaining a character or word by using a homophone
guidance / to instruct / pedagogy
animal training / taming wild beast (e.g. lion-taming)
general culture
pep talk
political training office (during Chinese revolution, since renamed political division 政治部)
variant of 訓誡|训诫
regular exhortations
study of classic texts, including interpretation, glossaries and commentaries
the Sermon on the Mount


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