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spectators / audience / visitors (to an exhibition etc)
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mass / multitude / the masses
HSK 6
public
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abbr. for 眾議院|众议院, House of Representatives
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many / numerous / crowd / multitude
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variant of 眾|众
numerous
Volkswagen (automobile manufacturer)
the masses / the great bulk of the population / popular (of music, science etc)
populace / masses / the people
everyone
minority of the population / non-mainstream (activity, pursuit etc) / niche (market etc)
as everyone knows (idiom)
mass / involving everyone / united / lit. to assemble the multitude
crowdfunding
to stand out from the masses (idiom)
to stand out / outstanding
audience / listeners
target audience / audience
all living things
crowdsourcing / abbr. for 群眾外包|群众外包
in public / in front of everybody
unity of will is an impregnable stronghold (idiom)
peanut gallery (esp. in online forums) / onlookers who are interested in the spectacle but don't have anything knowledgeable to say about it / (neologism c. 2016)
the mass line, CCP term for Party policy aimed at broadening and cultivating contacts with the masses
United States of America
hackerspace
public figure / famous person
to gather a crowd / to muster
mass-oriented / to cater for the masses / popularized
to follow the crowd / to conform
to do with the masses / mass (meeting, movement etc)
federated nation / the United States
millions of people all of one mind (idiom); the people united
lower house of bicameral assembly / House of Representatives (USA) / Chamber of Deputies
to live up to expectations (idiom)
ordinary people / the masses
public place with numerous people
every living being (Buddhism) / the mass of common people
lit. target of a multitude of arrows (idiom); the butt of public criticism / attacked on all sides
opinions differ (idiom)
crowd knowledge / collective wisdom
(idiom) to enjoy popular support / to receive general approval
public opinion
troops
(last line of the poem 望岳 by Tang poet Du Fu 杜甫) with one look I shall see all the smaller mountains down below (from the summit of Mt Tai 泰山) / (fig.) awe-inspiring view from a very high place
plural / mode (statistics)
rabble / disorderly band
communal organization
to convince the masses
to publicly expose
lit. all the stars cup themselves around the moon (idiom, from Analects); fig. to view sb as core figure / to group around a revered leader / to revolve around sb
mass organizations
mass communication
lit. people rebelling and friends deserting (idiom) / fig. to find oneself utterly isolated
to make known to the masses (idiom); to publicize widely / to let the world know
the few are no match for the many / heavily outnumbered / facing impossible odds (idiom)
United States House of Representatives
many men, a great force (idiom); many hands provide great strength / There is safety in numbers.
people's expectations
believers / worshippers
lit. when a wall is about to collapse, everybody gives it a shove (idiom) / fig. everybody hits a man who is down
outstanding talent (idiom); incomparable artistic merit
to muster large forces / to get a great number of people involved (in carrying out some task)
to mislead the public with rumors (idiom) / to delude the people with lies
it's difficult to please everyone (idiom)
to stand one's ground against the opinion of the masses (idiom)
(Buddhism) to deliver all living creatures from suffering (idiom)
when everybody gathers fuel, the flames are higher (idiom) / the more people, the more strength
sensationalism / vulgar claptrap to please the crowds / playing to the gallery / demagogy
various ideas / diverse opinions
to parade (a prisoner) through the streets
audience / participants / congregation (of religious sect)
the stakeholders / a stakeholder
lit. public opinion is powerful enough to melt metal (idiom) / fig. public clamor can obscure the actual truth / mass spreading of rumors can confuse right and wrong
the many or the few
all of one voice / unanimous
multitude of enemies, few friends (idiom from Mencius) / heavily outnumbered / beaten by the weight of numbers
to be praised by everyone
mass rally
to alarm everyone / to scandalize the public
to alarm everyone / to scandalize the public
public meeting
public transport (Tw)
(idiom) one cannot afford to incur public wrath / it is dangerous to incur the anger of the masses
to muster / to gather a crowd
to behead sb and display the head in public
united as one / e pluribus unum
Danger appears where many harmful factors exist. (idiom)
United Press International (UPI)
to enjoy the confidence of the people / to be very popular
group licentiousness (offense punishable by up to five years in prison in the PRC)
universal mercy and succor (idiom); the Buddha's infinite power and mercy
not living up to expectations (idiom) / failing to inspire confidence among people / unpopular
many hands make light work (idiom)
the multitude against the few, a wide disparity (idiom from Mencius); heavily outnumbered / unequally matched / overwhelmed by weight of numbers
universally admired / highly esteemed by everyone

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