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charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *剑* | 剑* | *剑
double-edged sword / CL: , / classifier for blows of a sword
HSK 6
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *剑* | 剑* | *剑
variant of 劍|剑
HSK 6
sword
(double-edged) sword / CL: ,
sharp sword
double-edged sword (both lit. and fig.)
dagger
fencing (sport)
sword / (fencing) saber
épée (fencing)
a kind of traditional Chinese sword-play
foil (fencing)
to perform a sword-dance
lit. a notch on the side of a boat to locate a sword dropped overboard (idiom); fig. an action made pointless by changed circumstances
wooden sword
straight or circular throwing-knife used by ninja and samurai (loanword from Japanese 手裏剣 shuriken)
fight a battle of words / cross verbal swords
variant of 尚方劍|尚方剑 / imperial sword (giving bearer arbitrary powers) / in fiction, Chinese version of 007's license to kill
lit. Xiang Zhuang performs the sword dance, but his mind is set on Liu Bang 劉邦|刘邦 (idiom, refers to plot to kill Liu Bang during Feast at Hongmen 鴻門宴|鸿门宴 in 206 BC) / fig. an elaborate deception hiding malicious intent
lit. honeyed words, a sword in the belly (idiom); fig. hypocritical and murderous
imperial sword (giving bearer plenipotentiary powers) / imperial Chinese version of 007 licensed to kill
imperial sword (giving bearer arbitrary powers) / in fiction, Chinese version of 007's license to kill


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