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to arrange / to exhibit / to move to and fro / a pendulum
HSK 5
to break away from / to cast off (old ideas etc) / to get rid of / to break away (from) / to break out (of) / to free oneself from / to extricate oneself
HSK 6
to sway / to wobble / to waver
HSK 6
to set up / to arrange / to lay out
to set out / to display / to furnish (a room or house)
ornament / decorative item / (fig.) sth that is merely for show
to set up a vendor's stall in the street
to wave one's hand / to gesture with one's hand (beckoning, waving good-bye etc) / to swing one's arms
ferry
to sway / to swing / to move back and forth / to oscillate
to assume / to adopt (a look, pose, manner etc) / to bring out for display
hem of a skirt / shirt tail
to arrange food on a plate / to plate up / food presentation / (watchmaking) balance wheel
to move back and forth / to fiddle with
to strut / swaggering
(coll.) to show off
(of a pendulum) to stop swinging / (of work, production, activities etc) to come to a halt / to be suspended / to be canceled / shutdown / (sports) lockout
to arrange / to order about / to manipulate
cycloid
evident / clear / undoubted
to be fair / to be impartial / to settle (a matter etc)
knickknack / ornament / decorative item
to play tricks on / to make a fool of
pendulum
indecisive / wavering
to show clearly
to put on airs / to assume great airs
swaggering / staggering / waddling
to put on airs / to be ostentatious
present the facts and reason things out
to nod one's head and wag one's tail (idiom) / to be well pleased with oneself / to have a lighthearted air
simple pendulum (physics)
malaria
to break out of a crisis
to swing / to sway
to mess sth up / to screw up
balance (of a watch or clock) / balance wheel
to swing / to sway
to set up a stall / to maintain a large staff and organization
to parade one's wealth / to be ostentatious and extravagant
hawking / street vending
pendulum clock
decorative items / ornaments
to twist and sway (one's body)
yawing (of a boat)
swing (dance)
double pendulum (math.)
to keep up appearances / to put up a front
Foucault's pendulum
(neologism c. 2014) (slang) to stop striving (esp. when one knows one cannot succeed); to let it all go to hell; (sports) to tank
to spread over an area
to display (goods) / to dispose of
lit. to set up a stall on the ground / fig. to start up a new business
last time
swing state (US politics)
to do sth for show / to keep up appearances
shuttle bus / feeder bus
lit. to arrange a shelf of flowers / superficial display (idiom)
erhua variant of 擺譜|摆谱
to pose (for a picture)
chat / gossip / spin a yarn


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