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Yangzhou prefecture level city in Jiangsu
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abbr. for 揚州|扬州 / surname Yang
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to raise / to hoist / the action of tossing or winnowing / scattering (in the wind) / to flutter / to propagate
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variant of 揚|扬
to enhance / to promote / to enrich
Yangzhou prefecture level city in Jiangsu
to rise / to fly upward
to develop / to make full use of
HSK 6
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
to praise / to commend
HSK 4
speaker
melodious / mellifluous
to set sail
to praise / to approve of / to show approval
to wave / to flutter / to fly
HSK 6
to rise (i.e. number increases) / a price rise / to raise
Yangzhong county level city in Zhenjiang 鎮江|镇江, Jiangsu
Yangzhong county level city in Zhenjiang 鎮江|镇江, Jiangsu
to proclaim / to make public or well known
HSK 6
to raise one's head / to perk up
to put about (a story, plan, threat etc) / to let it be known (esp. of threat or malicious story) / to threaten
elated / high-spirited / uplifting (music)
to develop and promote / to carry forward / to bring to great height of development
to foster strengths and avoid weaknesses (idiom) / to play to one's strengths
(fame) spreads far and wide
Changjiang 長江|长江 or Yangtze River / old name for Changjiang, especially lower reaches around Yangzhou 揚州|扬州
to eulogize / to praise
to become famous / to become notorious
yangqin / dulcimer (hammered string musical instrument)
a capstan
Weiyang district of Yangzhou city 揚州市|扬州市, Jiangsu / historical name for Yangzhou 揚州|扬州
lit. to take different roads and urge the horses on (idiom) / fig. to part ways
held high / elevated / uplift / soaring
bubbling and gurgling / hubbubing / abuzz
Celeron (an Intel chip)
in high spirits (idiom); glowing with health and vigor
variant of 弘揚|弘扬
Weiyang district of Yangzhou city 揚州市|扬州市, Jiangsu
having high fighting spirit
to whip on / to raise a whip / by ext. to swagger
a whirlwind
to spread (by word of mouth)
to become known far and wide (idiom) / famous
fluttering about (of leaves etc)
to raise eyebrows
to swagger off / to walk off (or drive off etc) without a second thought for those left behind
to set sail on a voyage to a distant place / (fig.) to undertake a great mission
Yang Xiong (53 BC-18 AD), scholar, poet and lexicographer, author of the first Chinese dialect dictionary 方言
Chinese alligator (Alligator sinensis)
to praise
(idiom) nothing special to look at / unprepossessing
to show off one's military strength (idiom); to strut around / to bluff / to bluster
to uphold virtue and condemn evil (idiom)
to winnow
high and mighty (idiom); arrogant
bossy and domineering / throwing one's weight about
Xiao Yang (1938-), president of the PRC Supreme Court 1998-2008
modulation (rising and falling pitch) / intonation / a cadence / to rise and fall (of a body floating in water)
lit. drain away filth and bring in fresh water (idiom); fig. dispel evil and usher in good / eliminate vice and exalt virtue
upward trend / rising tendency
to praise / to commend / to hallow
stinking reputation / notorious far and wide
to expound / to propagate
lit. family shames must not be spread abroad (idiom) / fig. don't wash your dirty linen in public
quietly / without ostentation
variant of 得意洋洋
Jiangsu cuisine
Jankovic / Yankovic / Yankovich / Jelena Jankovic (1985-), Serbian tennis player
to praise / to compliment
Mikoyan (name) / Anastas Ivanonovich Mikoyan (1895-1978), Soviet politician, politburo member in the 1950s and 1960s / Artem Ivanovich Mikoyan (1905-1970), brother of the politician and one designer of MiG military aircraft
to flag down (a cab) on the street / to hail (a taxicab)
known throughout the country (idiom); world-famous
to praise the virtue of sb or sth while concealing their faults
to praise / to extol / to publicize / to advocate
lit. to ride a crane to Yangzhou (idiom); to get an official position
winnow
iambic
cadence / modulation
lit. drain away filth and bring in fresh water (idiom); fig. dispel evil and usher in good / eliminate vice and exalt virtue
trochaic
high-spirited and smug
a show of strength
to be full of vigor (idiom)
high and mighty (idiom); arrogant
lit. to ride a crane to Yangzhou / to become a Daoist immortal / to die
Jelena Jankovic (1985-), Serbian tennis player
"Weird Al" Yankovic (1959-), US singer and writer of parody songs


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