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  *張* | 張* | *張
to open up / to spread / sheet of paper / classifier for flat objects, sheet / classifier for votes
nervous / keyed up / intense / tense / strained / in short supply / scarce / CL: 陣|阵
to advocate / to stand for / view / position / stand / proposition / viewpoint / assertion / CL: 個|个
flustered / agitated
to exaggerate / overstated; exaggerated / hyperbole / (coll.) excessive; ridiculous; outrageous
expansion / dilation / to expand (e.g. one's power or influence) / to broaden
to look in all directions (idiom) / to glance around
to post (a notice) / to advertise
to open one's mouth (to speak, esp. to make a request) / to gape
to open up / to spread / to extend
to open one's mouth (to eat, speak etc) / to gape / to start talking (esp. to make a request)
to uphold (e.g. justice or virtue) / to promote
Zhang Yang (1967-), PRC film director and screenwriter
to display ostentatiously / to bring out into the open / to make public / to spread around / flamboyant / brash
brash / insolent / frantic
to take care of / to raise money / to attend to (guests, customers etc)
openly and without fear / brazenly
to open a business / first transaction of a business day
Zhang Jue (-184), leader of the Yellow turban rebels during the late Han
agape and tongue-tied (idiom); at a loss for words / gaping and speechless
surface tension
to look around / to peep (through a crack) / to peer at / to throw a look at
Zhangjiajie, prefecture-level city in Hunan, formerly Dayong 大庸
Eileen Chang (1920-1995), famous Chinese-American novelist
Jacky Cheung or Hok Yau Jacky (1961-), Cantopop and film star
Chang Chen (1976-), Taiwanese film actor
Zhangjiakou, prefecture-level city in Hebei
lit. with swords drawn and bows bent (idiom); fig. a state of mutual hostility / at daggers drawn
lit. to restring one's bow / to reform and start over again
(false) bravado / to bluff
Zhangye, prefecture-level city in Gansu
Angela Chang (1982-), Taiwanese pop singer and actress
to be decorated with lanterns and colored banners (idiom)
to bare fangs and brandish claws (idiom); to make threatening gestures
rampant / unbridled / arrogant / aggressive
Zhang Zhidong (1837-1909), prominent politician in late Qing
varicose veins
to make public / to disclose
to relax and expand / (physiology) diastole
to think for oneself and act accordingly (idiom); to act on one's own initiative
Zhangdian District of Zibo city 淄博市, Shandong
  *張* | 張* | *張
surname Zhang
Zhangye, prefecture-level city in Gansu
if you lift the headrope the meshes spread open (idiom) / take care of the big things and the little things will take care of themselves / (of a piece of writing) well-structured and ordered
to hang up (a picture, banner, mosquito net etc)
Zhangjiakou, prefecture-level city in Hebei
ostentation / extravagance
Chamberlain (name) / Wilt Chamberlain (1936-1999), US basketball player
Zhangjiajie, prefecture-level city in Hunan
Zhang Chang, official and scholar of the Western Han dynasty
diastolic blood pressure
Zhangdian District of Zibo city 淄博市, Shandong
recalcitrant / unreasonable / peevish
extravagance and waste (idiom)
(of a shop) to close down; to go out of business
Zhang Dan (1985-), Chinese figure skater
Zhang Guotao (1897-1979), Chinese communist leader in the 1920s and 1930s, defected to Guomindang in 1938
Zhang San, name for an unspecified person, first of a series of three: 張三|张三, 李四, 王五 Tom, Dick and Harry / (dialect) wolf
Zhang Sengyou (active c. 490-540), one of the Four Great Painters of the Six Dynasties 六朝四大家
alarmed / flustered
Zhangwan district of Shiyan city 十堰市, Hubei
(idiom) to launch an all-out attack / to roundly condemn; to castigate
to spread one's voice wide (idiom); wide publicity
Zhang Zizhong (1891-1940), Chinese National Revolutionary Army general during the Second Sino-Japanese War
to open one's eyes wide
Zhangbei county in Zhangjiakou 張家口|张家口, Hebei
Zhangjiagang, county-level city in Suzhou 蘇州|苏州, Jiangsu
panic-stricken (idiom) / to be in a flustered state / also written 張惶失措|张惶失措
seafloor spreading (geology)
lit. to put Zhang's hat on Li's head / to attribute sth to the wrong person (idiom) / to confuse one thing with another
Zhanjiachuan Huizu autonomous county in Gansu
Zhangbei county in Zhangjiakou 張家口|张家口, Hebei
Chang Dai-chien or Zhang Daqian (1899-1983), one of the greatest Chinese artists of the 20th century
Zhang Qian (-114 BC), Han dynasty explorer of 2nd century BC
to put on an act (idiom); to pose / to show theatrical affectation / to indulge in histrionics
Zhang Juzheng (1525-1582), Grand Secretary during the Ming dynasty, credited with bringing the dynasty to its apogee
quietly / without ostentation
Zhang Tingyu (1672-1755), Qing politician, senior minister to three successive emperors, oversaw compilation of History of the Ming Dynasty 明史 and the Kangxi Dictionary 康熙字典
Zhang Chunqiao (1917-2005), one of the Gang of Four
Zhang Yi (1608-1695), prolific author and poet spanning interregnum between Ming and Qing
Chinese poker
out of one's mind
any Tom, Dick or Harry; anyone
Zhang Heng (78-139) great Han dynasty astronomer and mathematician
remittent fever
Zhangwan district of Shiyan city 十堰市, Hubei
Zhang Yi (-309 BC), political strategist of the School of Diplomacy 縱橫家|纵横家 during the Warring States Period (475-221 BC)
Zhang Xun (1854-1923), Qing loyalist general who attempted to restore the abdicated emperor Puyi 溥儀|溥仪 to the throne in the Manchu Restoration of 1917 張勳復辟|张勋复辟
Zhang Hua (232-300), Western Jin writer, poet and politician / Zhang Hua (1958-1982), student held up as a martyr after he died saving an old peasant from a septic tank / other Zhang Hua's too numerous to mention
Zhang Fei (168-221), general of Shu and blood-brother of Liu Bei in Romance of the Three Kingdoms, famous as fearsome fighter and lover of wine
with great fanfare
sola bill of exchange (international trade)
Zhang Xu (probably early 8th century), Tang dynasty poet and calligrapher, most famous for his grass script 草書|草书
tension and relaxation
to put on an act (idiom); to pose / to show theatrical affectation / to indulge in histrionics
Leslie Cheung (1956-2003), Hong Kong singer and actor
hypertension / excessive stress

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