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HSK
price / CL: 個|个
HSK 4
nature / disposition / temperament / character / CL: 個|个
HSK 4
form / table / CL: 張|张,
HSK 4
to meet the standard required / qualified / eligible (voter etc)
HSK 4
strict / stringent / tight / rigorous
HSK 4
qualifications / seniority
HSK 5
style
HSK 5
especially / particularly
HSK 5
form / specification / format
HSK 6
personality / integrity / dignity
HSK 6
structure / pattern / layout
HSK 6
standard / norm / specification
HSK 6
variant of 逼格
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  *格* | 格* | *格
square / frame / rule / (legal) case / style / character / standard / pattern / (grammar) case / (classical) to obstruct / to hinder / (classical) to arrive / to come / (classical) to investigate / to study exhaustively
lattice / check (pattern of squares)
to wrestle
blank / blank space on a form / space / (indicating missing or illegible character)
to fix / to confine to / freeze frame / stop motion (filmmaking)
to break the rule / to make an exception
grid / mesh / lattice
Grenada
Green or Greene (name)
Granada, Spain
Georgia (country)
one's character / fret (on fingerboard of lute or guitar)
England
price list
Scotland
Gree (brand)
maxim
Connecticut, US state
Prague, capital of Czech Republic
princess (loanword from Manchu, used in the Qing Dynasty)
Glasgow, Scotland
bodily health / one's physical state / physique
to pass an exam or a test / to meet a minimum standard
Grozny, capital of Chechen Republic, Russia
Horinger county in Hohhot 呼和浩特, Inner Mongolia
grille
Shangri-La (mythical location) / Shangri-La town and county in Dêqên or Diqing Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture 迪慶藏族自治州|迪庆藏族自治州, northwest Yunnan / formerly Gyeltang or Gyalthang, Chinese 中甸 in Tibetan province of Kham
style (of art or literature) / form / one's work style / moral character
to downgrade / to lower the standard / degrading / humiliating
checked pattern / square box character (in Chinese text) indicating illegible character
Charles Grey (1764-1845), prime minister of the United Kingdom 1830-34
Golmud or Ge'ermu city (Tibetan: na gor mo grong khyer) in Haixi Mongol and Tibetan autonomous prefecture 海西蒙古族藏族自治州, Qinghai
Hogwarts (Harry Potter)
true / real
Grant (name)
to overstep the bounds of what is proper / to take sth too far / (of a measuring device) to go off the scale
Arnold Schwarzenegger (1947-), US actor and politician, governor of California 2003-2011
Greenland
promotion / upgrade
MiG / Russian Aircraft Corporation / Mikoyan
Grey / Gray
Friedrich Engels (1820-1895), socialist philosopher and one of the founder of Marxism
Grenoble (French town)
Belgrade, capital of Serbia
to get serious about sth / to pull no punches / to be determined to see sth through
Ferguson (surname)
having a unique or distinctive style
Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev (1818-1883), Russian novelist
(typesetting) to not indent / to set the text flush with the left (or top) margin
Zagreb, capital of Croatia 克羅地亞|克罗地亚
Singh (name)
sigma (Greek letter Σσ) / (symbol for standard deviation in statistics)
Angus, a traditional county of Scotland, now a "council area"
Margaret (name)
margarita (cocktail)
not stick to one pattern
Douglas (name)
Jungar Banner in Ordos 鄂爾多斯|鄂尔多斯, Inner Mongolia
grid / lattice / raster
Graham or Graeme (name)
Jiagedaqi district of Daxing'anling prefecture 大興安嶺地區|大兴安岭地区, in northwest Heilongjiang and northeast Inner Mongolia
crystal lattice (the regular 3-dimensional pattern formed by atoms in a crystal)
Tengger Desert
frame format
Gdansk, city on Baltic in north Poland
Baghdad, capital of Iraq
Socrates (469-399 BC), Greek philosopher / José Sócrates (1957-), prime minister of Portugal (2005-2011)
Anglo-
Engel (name) / Ernst Engel (1821-1896), German statistician
to study the underlying principle to acquire knowledge (abbr. for 格物致知) / word for Western natural sciences during late Qing
Lagrange (name) / Joseph-Louis Lagrange (1735-1813), French mathematician and physicist
forms of versification / conventions regarding set number of words and lines, choice of tonal patterns and rhyme schemes for various types of Classical Chinese poetic composition / metrical verse
Tegel (name) / Tiger (name)
Eldrick "Tiger" Woods (1975-), American golfer
Henry Kissinger (1923-), US academic and politician, Secretary of State 1973-1977
Greenwich (former location of Greenwich observatory, at zero longitude) / refers to Greenwich mean time
nominative case (grammar)
Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres (1780-1867), French Neoclassical painter
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831), German philosopher
Kaliningrad, town on Baltic now in Russian republic / formerly Königsberg, capital of East Prussia
negro (loanword)
Rutgers University (New Jersey)
Greenwich
KGB (Soviet secret police) / member of the KGB
dative case
iron lattice / metal grid
to study the underlying principle to acquire knowledge (idiom); pursuing knowledge to the end

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