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paradise / heaven
HSK 6
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(main) hall / large room for a specific purpose / CL: 間|间 / relationship between cousins etc on the paternal side of a family / of the same clan / classifier for classes, lectures etc / classifier for sets of furniture
lobby
college / school (old)
dining hall / CL: 個|个, 間|间
classroom / CL: 間|间
lecture hall / CL: , 間|间
church / chapel / CL: 間|间
Shiseidō (Japanese cosmetics company)
assembly hall / auditorium / CL: , 處|处
meeting hall / assembly hall
Nintendo
Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, Taipei
chapel / church (Protestant)
palace / hall / temple buildings
cathedral
cathedral
Church of Our Lady / Frauenkirche
public baths
mourning hall / funeral hall
grand / magnificent / stately / majestic appearance
mourning hall / a hall for a birthday celebration
dining hall / canteen / cafeteria
meditation room (in Buddhist monastery)
item (in a program of entertainments) / trick (act of mischief) / worthwhile result / accomplishment / sth significant but not immediately apparent / sth more than meets the eye
scripture hall (Buddhism)
to live under the same roof (of different generations)
cathedral
to get together all at once
memorial hall / mausoleum
to appear in court for trial (old) / (of Buddhist monks) to have a meal together in the temple hall
to open a law court / to set up a mourning hall
(dialect) alley / lane
whole audience / a sellout (capacity audience) / jam-packed
lit. gold and jade fill the hall (idiom) / fig. abundant wealth / abundance of knowledge
to congregate in one hall (idiom); to gather under one roof
(honorific) your mother
ancestral hall / memorial hall
hall
the Great Hall of the People in Beijing
imperial ancestral temple / imperial court / temple
to gather happily under one roof
law court / hall (in castle) / CL:
room to meet guests / parlor
ritual kneeling to heaven and earth by bride and groom in a old-fashioned wedding ceremony / same as 拜天地
Buddhist nunnery
courtyard in front of a palace
(honorific) your mother
to stay behind (after class) / to be given detention / detention
bright / clear
Tongrentang, Chinese pharmaceutical company (TCM)
dining hall in a Buddhist temple
very bright / well-lit
heaven on Earth / nickname for the city Suzhou
synagogue
synagogue / Jewish temple
to make a name for oneself
waiter (old)
to die / to enter the hall of heaven
customer area of a store / showroom / dining area of a restaurant
Jintang county in Chengdu 成都, Sichuan
main hall / honorific for one's parents (old)
lit. not fit for elegant hall (of artwork) / not presentable / coarse / unrefined
to make it / to be somebody
mother (honorific designation)
Huairen Hall or Huairentang, a building inside Zhongnanhai 中南海, used as the main meeting place of the Politburo of the CCP
to drag out a lesson / to insist on extending class after the bell
Westminster Abbey, London
lit. don't sit under the eaves (where tiles may fall from the roof) (idiom); fig. keep out of danger
(honorific) your parents
Fuzhou Naval College, a.k.a. Foochow Naval Dockyard School, set up in 1866 by the Qing dynasty
Du Fu's Thatched Cottage (park and museum in Chengdu)
Hagia Sophia (the main cathedral of Constantinople, subsequently the major mosque of Istanbul)
three generations under one roof
torture chamber
tax haven
lit. a caged bird in a pavilion (idiom); fig. to lose vigilance by comfortable living / unaware of the disasters ahead / a fool's paradise
lit. a wealthy person does not sit under the eaves (idiom); fig. a rich man does not expose himself to danger
college of Western learning in late Qing
Mawei River naval college, alternative name for Fuzhou naval college 福州船政學堂|福州船政学堂, set up in 1866 by the Qing dynasty
Four Generations Under One Roof, novel by Lao She 老舍
four generations under one roof (idiom)
public courtroom accusation (idiom) / legal confrontation / to take sb to court / to sue
dirty trick / monkey business
there is a lot to it / not a straightforward matter


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