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price / CL: 個|个
nature / disposition / temperament / character / CL: 個|个
form / table / CL: 張|张,
to meet the standard required / qualified / eligible (voter etc)
strict / stringent / tight / rigorous
qualifications / seniority
personality / integrity / dignity
standard / norm / specification
variant of 逼格
  *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
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
one's character / fret (on fingerboard of lute or guitar)
Connecticut, US state
Prague, capital of Czech Republic
princess (loanword from Manchu, used in the Qing Dynasty)
bodily health / one's physical state / physique
to pass an exam or a test / to meet a minimum standard
to downgrade / to lower the standard / degrading / humiliating
checked pattern / square box character (in Chinese text) indicating illegible character
true / real
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
promotion / upgrade
MiG / Russian Aircraft Corporation / Mikoyan
to get serious about sth / to pull no punches / to be determined to see sth through
having a unique or distinctive style
(typesetting) to not indent / to set the text flush with the left (or top) margin
Singh (name)
not stick to one pattern
grid / lattice / raster
crystal lattice (the regular 3-dimensional pattern formed by atoms in a crystal)
Henry Kissinger (1923-), US academic and politician, Secretary of State 1973-1977
nominative case (grammar)
dative case
able to pass muster / qualified / apt / presentable
Steven Spielberg (1946-), US film director
Varyag, former Soviet aircraft carrier purchased by China and renamed 遼寧號|辽宁号
ancient name of Ulan Bator
Kongsvinger (city in Hedemark, Norway)
Lafargue (name) / Paul Lafargue (1842-1911), French socialist and revolutionary activist, son-in-law of Karl Marx
genitive case (in grammar)
blog (loanword) (Tw)
Logue or Rogge (name) / Jacques Rogge, president of International Olympic Committee (IOC)
scale of fee payment for a painter, calligrapher or writer
Tønsberg (city in Vestfold, Norway)
to use as a stopgap / to give perfunctory recognition / token / nominal
erg (physics) (loanword)
accusative case (grammar)
yogurt (loanword)
Dêgê county (Tibetan: sde dge rdzong) in Garze Tibetan autonomous prefecture 甘孜藏族自治州, Sichuan (formerly in Kham province of Tibet)
case change (in grammar)
Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961), Swiss psychiatrist
to be qualified (to bring a complaint, lawsuit etc) (law)
Northrop Grumman (aerospace arm of Boeing)
blocked or painful urination, constipation and vomiting (Chinese medicine)
(typesetting) to indent
(math.) genus
to overstep the rules / to go out of bounds / disqualification / to lose face / disqualified
Arnold Schwarzenegger (1947-), US actor and politician, governor of California 2003-2011
(slang) pretentious style
British style (fashion)
locative case
Arnold Schwarzenegger (1947-), US actor and politician, governor of California 2003-2011 / also written 阿諾德·施瓦辛格|阿诺德·施瓦辛格
to be entitled / to qualify / to be qualified
to fail / to flunk
fixed price / constant price
ambiversion / ambiverted
Issac (name)
figure of speech
parking bay
instrumental case (grammar)
Borg (name) / Bjorn Borg (1956-), Swedish tennis star
gulag (loanword)
Arnold Schwarzenegger / also written 阿諾德·施瓦辛格|阿诺德·施瓦辛格
vocative case (grammar)
(spreadsheet) cell
Tuareg (nomadic people of the Sahara)
Kongsberg (city in Norway)
Blumberg or Bloomberg (name)
possessive case (grammar)
Mark Zuckerberg (1984-), American computer programer, co-founder and CEO of Facebook
Ratzinger (German surname of Pope Benedict XVI)
Puge county in Liangshan Yi autonomous prefecture 涼山彞族自治州|凉山彝族自治州, south Sichuan
Quaker (company)
style / character
standard / norm
price per port
to have a unique style of one's own (idiom)
field of vision
Girard Desargues (1591-1661), French geometer

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