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intense / (violently) strong
HSK 5
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ardent / intense / fierce / stern / upright / to give one's life for a noble cause / exploits / achievements
enthusiastic / ardent / warm
HSK 5
(of competition or fighting) intense / fierce / (of pain) acute / (of an expression of opinion) impassioned / vehement / (of a course of action) drastic / extreme
HSK 5
fierce / violent (criticism etc)
HSK 6
violent / acute / severe / fierce
HSK 6
Andre (person name)
sacrifice oneself for one's country / martyr
strong (taste, flavor, smell)
bitter / desperate
strong / vigorous / large-scale
ever more critical / problems get more and more intense
martyr
Khubilai Khan (1215-1294), grandson of Genghis Khan 成吉思汗, first Yuan dynasty emperor, reigned 1260-1294
violent / fierce
to be intensifying / to be getting worse and worse / to start to run rampant
happy and excited (idiom) / in high spirits / in great delight
ready to die to preserve one's chastity
brave / heroic
HSK 6
resolute and upright in character / unyielding / staunch
burning fiercely / flaming / blazing
(of a woman) indomitably chaste
fresh and intense / vivid
fierce / formidable
Zhang Zilie (1597-1673), Ming dynasty scholar, author of Zhengzitong 正字通
intense / brutal / fierce
Ye Yonglie (1940-), popular science writer
(of a widow) faithful to the death to her husband's memory
violent
achievement
Prince Norodom Ranariddh (1944-), Cambodian politician and son of former King Sihanouk of Cambodia
Alfred (name)
martyr to the revolution


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