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Europe / abbr. for 歐羅巴洲|欧罗巴洲
Romeo (name)
Europe and America / the West
  *欧* | 欧* | *欧
Europe / abbr. for 歐洲|欧洲 / surname Ou
  *欧* | 欧* | *欧
(used for transliteration) / old variant of 謳|讴
Alfa Romeo
in the European style / Euclidean
euro (currency)
European Cup (e.g. soccer)
European Union / EU
two-character surname Ouyang
Europe and Asia / Eurasia
UEFA Champions League
China-Europe (e.g. trading relations) / Central Europe
ohm (loanword)
north Europe / Scandinavia
Eastern Europe
Omron Corporation (Japanese electronics company)
L'Oréal (French cosmetics company)
continent of Europe
Leonhard Euler (1707-1783), Swiss mathematician
Opel (car brand)
Ouyang Xiu (1007-1072), Northern Song dynasty prose writer and historian
European (person)
Western Europe
Owen (name) / Erwin (name) / Irvine, California
to go through a difficult and protracted process in withdrawing from the EU, as in the case of Brexit (a play on 脫歐|脱欧)
OPEC / Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries
European Parliament
European Union (EU)
Commission of European Union
Romeo and Juliet, 1594 tragedy by William Shakespeare 莎士比亞|莎士比亚
Eurasian continent
Ouyang Xun (557-641), one of Four Great Calligraphers of early Tang 唐初四大家
Euclid of Alexandria (c. 300 BC), Greek geometer and author Elements 幾何原本|几何原本
omega (Greek letter Ωω)
Eugene (name)
to withdraw from the European Union / abbr. for 脫離歐盟|脱离欧盟
Biotherm (brand name)
European language
European Community, old term for EU, European Union 歐盟|欧盟
Owens (name)
European Space Agency (ESA)
Aupres, Shiseido's line in China
older man / man of mature years (Japanese loanword)
Southern Europe
(female usage) older sister (loanword from Korean "eonni")
abbr. for 歐洲共同體|欧洲共同体, European Community (old term for the EU, European Union)
Euclid of Alexandria (c. 300 BC), Greek geometer and author of Elements 幾何原本|几何原本
US and EU / America-Europe
(female usage) older brother (loanword from Korean "oppa") / male friend
European Central Bank
Eurostar (train line)
European Council
older female / woman of mature years (Japanese loanword)
to abandon the old (Asian) ways and learn from Europe / refers to the ideas that led to the Meiji Restoration and Japan's subsequent colonization projects in Asia
European common market (old term for EU, European Union)
Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), abbr. for 歐洲安全與合作組織|欧洲安全与合作组织
Indo-European family of languages
Euclid / abbr. for 歐幾里得|欧几里得
Euro / European currency
Eurasian land bridge (rail line linking China and Europe)
(bird species of China) stock dove (Columba oenas)
(old) waiter (loanword from "boy") / attendant
European Free Trade Association
opal (Sanskrit: upala)
parsley (Petroselinum sativum)
non-Euclidean geometry
Aurora, Roman goddess of dawn
European Organization for Nuclear Research CERN, at Geneva
Euclidean geometry
East European Plain
Opera (web browser)
Ouyang Yuqian (1889-1962), Chinese actor
European TV / Eurovision
Eurovision Song Contest
Taiwanese variant of 奧巴馬|奥巴马, Barack Obama (1961-), US Democrat politician, president 2009-2017
(bird species of China) European nightjar (Caprimulgus europaeus)
European Court of Justice
Europol (European Police Office)
(bird species of China) European greenfinch (Chloris chloris)
common hazel (tree) (Corylus avellana)
Indo-European (language)
non-Euclidean geometry
psyllium (genus Plantago)
Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE)
Euclidean geometry
Europe / abbr. to 歐洲|欧洲
Eurasian hinterland (i.e. Central Asia including Xinjiang)
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS)
Jesse Owens (1913-1980), American athlete
(botany) lovage / Levisticum officinale

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