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HSK
reform / CL: , 種|种, 項|项 / to reform
HSK 5
leather / CL: 張|张
HSK 6
to withdraw the mandate of heaven (and transition to a new dynasty) (original meaning) / revolution / revolutionary / to revolt (against sb or sth) / to revolutionize (sth) / (separable verb sometimes used in the pattern noun的命) / CL:
HSK 6
evolution of sth over time / course of development / history
to transform / to change
historical development / background
reformer
Industrial Revolution, c. 1750-1830
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animal hide / leather / to reform / to remove / to expel (from office)
dengue fever / Singapore hemorrhagic fever
to innovate / innovation
Damascus, capital of Syria
dressed in Western-style clothes / impeccably attired
PRC National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), formed in 2003
political reform
to reform and open to the outside world / refers to Deng Xiaoping's policies from around 1980
to sack / to remove from a position / to depose
Cultural Revolution (1966-76) (abbr. for 文化大革命)
French Revolution (1789-1799)
economic reform
to eliminate / to expel / to abolish
revolutionary
Mr Gram / Dr. Hans Christian Jaochim Gram (1953-1938), Danish doctor and inventor of the Gram stain 革蘭氏染色法|革兰氏染色法
PRC National Development and Reform Commission
Cultural Revolution (1966-1976)
lit. to wash one's heart and renew one's face (idiom); to repent sincerely and mend one's mistaken ways / to turn over a new leaf
National Revolutionary Army
financial reform
Xinhai Revolution (1911), which ended the Qing Dynasty
reformer
a revolutionary
French Revolution (1789)
(Protestant) Reformation
second revolution / campaign from 1913 of the provisional revolutionary government (under Sun Yat-sen and the Guomindang) against Yuan Shikai 袁世凱|袁世凯 and the Northern Warlords
counterrevolutionary
to be buried in a horse hide (idiom) / to give one's life on the battlefield
change management (business)
fellmonger / a dealer who works with animal hides and skins
lit. the body is the revolution's capital / fig. good health is a prerequisite for work (Mao Zedong's saying)
October Revolution
dengue virus
Gram negative (bacteria that do not retain Gram stain, often the more dangerous kind)
to expel / to kick out
Revolutionary Committee of the Kuomintang
the reformist party
change of dynasties / clear out the old, bring in the new
reform process
democratic revolution / bourgeois revolution (in Marx-Leninist theory, a prelude to the proletarian revolution)
to fire / to discharge
leather (shoes) / fig. Western dress
martyr of the revolution
leather purse / fig. human body
land reform
dengue vaccine
bourgeois revolution (in Marx-Leninist theory, a prelude to the proletarian revolution)
to discard the old and introduce the new (idiom); to innovate
leather goods
martyr to the revolution
reform of the writing system
Mt Babao Revolutionary Cemetery in Haidian district of Beijing
to dismiss / to lay off
the Tang and Wu Revolts: the overthrow (c. 1600 BC) of the Xia Dynasty by the first king, Tang 商湯|商汤, of the Shang Dynasty, and the overthrow (c. 1046 BC) of the Shang Dynasty by the Zhou Dynasty founder, King Wu 周武王
Glorious Revolution (England, 1688)
dengue fever
Yongzhen Reform, Tang dynasty failed reform movement of 805 led by Wang Shuwen 王叔文
Geiger counter
to dismiss from a post
Gram stain (used to distinguished two different kinds of bacteria)
Campaign to Suppress Counterrevolutionaries (PRC political campaign from 1950-1952), abbr. to 鎮反運動|镇反运动
the crime of instigating counterrevolutionary propaganda
lit. to renew one's face and wash one's heart (idiom); to repent sincerely and mend one's mistaken ways / to turn over a new leaf
dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF)
Gram-positive (bacteria)
Ge'gyai county in Ngari prefecture, Tibet, Tibetan: Dge rgyas rdzong
Ge'gyai county in Ngari prefecture, Tibet, Tibetan: Dge rgyas rdzong
damson (fruit)
(Maoism) New Democracy (aka New Democratic Revolution)
to excommunicate (from a church)
to eliminate counterrevolutionaries / abbr. to 肅反|肃反
to excommunicate (from a Buddhist monastery)
Gram-positive (bacteria)
old democratic revolution / bourgeois revolution (in Marx-Leninist theory, a prelude to the proletarian revolution)
counterrevolutionary coup of 12th April 1927, Chiang Kai-shek's coup against the communists in Shanghai


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