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  *强* | 强* | *强
surname Qiang
  *强* | 强* | *强
stubborn / unyielding
  *强* | 强* | *强
strong / powerful / better / slightly more than / vigorous / violent / best in their category, e.g. see 百強|百强
  *强* | 强* | *强
to force / to compel / to strive / to make an effort
  *强* | 强* | *强
variant of 強|强
  *强* | 强* | *强
variant of 強|强
  *强* | 强* | *强
variant of 強|强
to increase / to strengthen
to reinforce / to strengthen / to increase
Li Keqiang (1955-), PRC politician, prime minister from 2013
staunch / strong
to strive for self-improvement
Logger Vick (Boonie Bears character) / nickname for bald people
top 100 (e.g. top 100 towns)
excellent / outstanding
pressure (physics)
(sports) top eight / quarterfinals
Zaoqiang county in Hengshui 衡水, Hebei
tenacious / hard to defeat
stubborn / obstinate / unbending
to do with difficulty / to force sb to do sth / reluctant / barely enough
cockroach (slang)
rich and powerful
Ningqiang County in Hanzhong 漢中|汉中, Shaanxi
the top four
eager to excel / eager to get ahead in life / strong-minded
far-fetched / implausible (chain of reasoning)
to show off / to try to be brave
to work energetically for prosperity (of the country)
atmospheric pressure
strike first and gain the upper hand (idiom, martial arts term); Making the first move is an advantage.
Wuqiang county in Hengshui 衡水, Hebei
the Great Powers (history)
firm / unyielding
eager to be first
to make an effort to become strong (idiom); determined to do better / to pull one's socks up
despot / tyrant / bully
to be strongly determined to succeed (idiom)
strong and healthy / fit
to combine together for self-improvement / joint movement for self-strengthening
Cai Guoqiang (1957-), contemporary Chinese artist working with firework displays and light shows
highly skilled in martial arts
Qian Sanqiang
to achieve with difficulty / only just up to the task / barely adequate
prosperous country with military might
to strive for self-improvement
young and vigorous (idiom)
Jason Hu (1948-), former Taiwan foreign minister
using the weak to defeat the strong (idiom); to win from a position of weakness
named grade or higher / at least stated magnitude (of earthquake)
pseudonym of Huang Xing 黃興|黄兴, one of the heroes of the 1911 Xinhai Revolution 辛亥革命
Tyvek (brand)
to be either weak or strong both have their purpose (idiom)
to support the weak and restrain the strong (idiom); robbing the rich to help the poor
high and mighty (idiom); arrogant
the pen is mightier than the sword (idiom)

Tip: Pinyin can be entered with or without tone numbers, e.g. 'nihao' or 'ni3hao3'.
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