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HSK
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  *戴* | 戴* | *戴
surname Dai
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  *戴* | 戴* | *戴
to put on or wear (glasses, hat, gloves etc) / to respect / to bear / to support
HSK 4
Dell
to dress / clothing
to wear (as accessories)
Beidaihe district of Qinhuangdao city 秦皇島市|秦皇岛市, Hebei
to put on (hat etc)
Davis or Davies (name)
to love and respect / love and respect
HSK 6
to wear a hat / (fig.) to stigmatize / to be branded as
headphones
to put on / to wear (mouthguard, contact lenses, hearing aid etc)
to give one's allegiance / (popular) support
to wear a condom
Charles De Gaulle (1890-1970), French general and politician, leader of the Free French during World War II and president of the Republic 1959-1969
Beidaihe district of Qinhuangdao city 秦皇島市|秦皇岛市, Hebei
Diana, Princess of Wales (1961-1997)
a cuckold / to be cuckolded by one's wife
to travel or work through night and day / to toil away for long hours
cap badge (official sign of rank in Qing dynasty)
lit. to put Zhang's hat on Li's head / to attribute sth to the wrong person (idiom) / to confuse one thing with another
(of enemies) cannot live under the same sky / absolutely irreconcilable
Davis Cup (international tennis team competition)
richly bedecked / dripping with gold and silver (idiom)
(bird species of China) Eurasian hoopoe (Upupa epops)
Dai Mingshi (1653-1713), early Qing writer
deeply grateful
to wear mourning clothes / to be in mourning / also written 披麻帶孝|披麻带孝
Dai Bingguo (1941-), a Chinese politician and professional diplomat
Lynn E. Davis, US academic and arms control expert, Under-secretary at US State Department 1993-1997
to wear mourning garb / to be in mourning
to wear a watch / a homophone for 代表 used to avoid Internet censorship in the PRC
(bird species of China) goldcrest (Regulus regulus)
to wear colored glasses / to have a prejudiced viewpoint
(coll.) to be the object of flattery / to be placed on a pedestal
sincerely grateful
Camp David
to endorse (sb for leader)
dioxin, carcinogenic heterocyclic hydrocarbon (esp. Taiwan usage)
Diana (name)
lit. viewing the sky with a basin on one's head; it is hard to get a clear view of the sky while carrying a platter on one's head / fig. it is hard to get on in one's career while encumbered by family obligations / one can't perform a major task while bothered by other duties
lit. to wear green headband (to visit a Yuan dynasty brothel) / cuckold
goldcrest (Regulus satrapa)
kinglet / bird of Regulus genus
goldcrest (Regulus regulus) / gold-crowned kinglet
goldcrest (Regulus satrapa)
Diocletian (c. 245-311), Roman emperor
(bird species of China) flamecrest (Regulus goodfellowi)


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