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husband and wife / married couple
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husband / man / manual worker / conscripted laborer (old)
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  *夫* | 夫* | *夫
(classical) this, that / he, she, they / (exclamatory final particle) / (initial particle, introduces an opinion)
golf (loanword)
lady / madam / Mrs. / CL:
skill / art / kung fu / labor / effort
HSK 4
golf / golf ball
husband / CL: 個|个
HSK 2
a (married) couple / husband and wife / CL: 對|对
HSK 6
peasant / farmer
the Maldives (Tw)
the Maldives
golf course
senior official (in imperial China)
doctor / physician
HSK 4
(coll.) older sister's husband
Joseph (name)
Jeff or Geoff (name)
fisherman
former husband
older sister's husband
(old) laborer
period of time (may be months, or mere seconds) / spare time / skill / labor / effort
First Lady (wife of US president)
Master / (old form of address for teachers, scholars) / pedant
younger sister's husband
street cleaner / garbage collector / (soccer) sweeper
butcher / fig. murderous dictator
Yugoslavia, 1943-1992
to play golf
a manly man / a man of character
Tchaikovsky (1840-1893), Russian composer
fiancé
Düsseldorf (Germany)
Tel Aviv / Tel Aviv-Jaffa
Cleveland
Madame Tussauds (waxworks)
Hofmann or Hoffman (name) / August Wilhelm von Hofmann (1818-1892), German chemist / Dustin Hoffman (1937-), US film actor
Steve (male name)
coward
to force into service / press-gang
Krakow
to practice (work skills)
common people / ordinary folk
popular Sichuan cold dish made of thinly sliced beef and beef offal
Ralph (name)
woodman / woodcutter
scholar officials
Kevlar
Kraft, US food company
Slavic
Khufu (pharaoh, reigned possibly 2590-2568 BC)
ordinary man / ignorant person / coarse fellow
(literary) husband
married man
sick man
Franz Kafka (1883-1924), Czech Jewish writer
(coll.) he-man
mother's sister's husband / husband of mother's sister
porter for a palanquin
Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860-1904), Russian writer famous for his short stories and plays
groom / stable lad / horsekeeper / pimp / procurer
one man can hold the pass against ten thousand enemies (idiom)
male adulterer
former husband / widower
Wolf, Woolf (name)
to play golf
fisher / fisherman
Rachmaninoff or Rachmaninov (name) / Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873-1943), Russian composer and pianist
husband of older female cousin via female line
to travel far and wide looking for sth, only to find it easily
Wang Fuzhi (1619-1692), wide-ranging scholar of the Ming-Qing transition
duchess
Wolfsburg
family-run shop
similarity in features of an old couple / common facial traits that show predestination to be married together
Steve Jobs (1955-2011), US co-founder and CEO of Apple, Inc.
Pavlov (name) / Ivan Petrovich Pavlov (1849-1936), Russian experimental psychologist
common person / ordinary guy / mortal man
Nikita Khrushchev (1894-1971), secretary-general of Soviet Communist Party 1953-1964
waffle (loanword)
Nursultan Nazarbayev (1940-), president of Kazakhstan
Ophiuchus (constellation)
Tolstoy (name) / Count Lev Nikolayevich Tostoy (1828-1910), great Russian novelist, author of War and Peace 戰爭與和平|战争与和平
Rostov-on-Don, Russian river port and regional capital close to Sea of Azov (north of the Black Sea)
a lot of people (literary)
fig. the man sings and the woman follows / fig. marital harmony
lit. one husband one wife / monogamy
Düsseldorf (Germany) / also written 杜塞爾多夫|杜塞尔多夫
burlak (barge hauler)
adulterous couple
Khabarovsk, far eastern Russian city and province on the border with Heilongjiang province of China
sole ruler / dictator
Medvedyev (name) / Dmitry Anatolyevich Medvedev (1965-), Russian lawyer and politician, president of Russian Federation from 2008
waffle (loanword)
Mrs Thatcher / Baroness Thatcher or Margaret Thatcher (1925-2013), British conservative politician, prime minister 1979-1990
porter
no poison, no great man (idiom); A great man has to be ruthless.

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