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question / problem / issue / topic / CL: 個|个
  *題* | 題* | *題
topic / problem for discussion / exam question / subject / to inscribe / to mention / CL: 個|个,
theme / subject
subject / title / topic / CL: 個|个
subject (of a talk or conversation) / topic
specific topic (addressed by a book, lecture, TV program etc) / article, report or program etc on a specific topic
title / heading / headline / caption / subject
subject matter
task / problem / issue
common problems / FAQ
  *題* | 題* | *題
surname Ti
topic of discussion / topic / subject / issue (under discussion) / CL: 項|项
special report (in the media)
exam question / test topic
theme song
question bank (for examiners creating an exam, or students preparing for an exam)
questions from previous years' exams (Tw)
economic problem
to win top marks in the imperial examinations
no problem
exam question
difficult problem
to solve problems / to explicate
multiple-choice question
to digress / to stray from the subject
proposition (logic, math.) / to assign an essay topic
theme park
questions from previous years' exams
serious problem
special report (shown on TV etc)
(schoolwork) exercise / problem / question
inscription / dedication
topic of a lecture
basic issue / fundamental question
safety issue / security issue
three-body problem (mechanics)
concrete issue
thematic map
puzzle / riddle
subheading / subtitle
epigraph / inscription / graffito
notes / key (to exercises)
to draw up the theme (for discussion)
refer to the title or subject (in an online forum)
headline news / title story
problem or question solved for illustrative purposes in the classroom / practice question (used in preparation for an exam) / sample question
common questions / general questions
to create a work of calligraphy for display in a prominent place (typically, a sign)
keynote speech
multiple-choice question
the nuclear problem
title word / entry (in dictionary)
autograph / to sign one's name
the three rural issues: agriculture, rural areas and peasants
frequently asked questions / FAQ
writing style in which the main subject is approached directly from the outset / opposite of 冒題|冒题
to keep to the subject
to make a big fuss over a minor issue (idiom)
knotty problem / intractable difficulty
to use the current topic to put over one's own ideas / to use sth as a pretext to make a fuss
to bring out the main theme / to make the point / to bring out the substance concisely
to inscribe a poem (often, composed on the spot) on a painting, fan or ceramic bowl etc as a work of calligraphy / an inscribed poem
irrelevant / beside the point
to digress / to stray from the topic
to raise a tough question
short comments / preface and postscript
inscription / autograph
title bar (of a window) (computing)
"sensational headline writers", people who write misleading titles in order to generate clicks from Internet users / clickbait
motif (loanword) / main idea / theme
subject of literary work
the subject under discussion / the point at issue
to stick to the topic
to evaluate (an individual) / to appraise
obscure question / trick exam question / catch question / CL:
to compose a preface (or introductory remarks, etc) / question (or section) order (on an exam paper) / question (or section) number
to write the title of a book on a label
extemporaneous thoughts noted down after a visit
we will not elaborate on that (used as pluralis auctoris)
book title
to create an issue / to cause a problem
relevant / pertinent
writing style in which the main subject is not introduced initially / opposite of 破題|破题
Korean nuclear problem
to get off the main topic / to digress
(in one's study) to focus on the topics one speculates will appear on the exam
title design
propositional logic
preliminary question / priority problem / issues requiring more immediate attention
to cut a long story short / a brief treatment of a complicated subject / fig. to treat an important question as a minor matter
categorical proposition (logic)
categorical proposition (logic)
meaning of a title / implication / theme
to have sth go wrong / to have a problem arise / to give problems

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