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  *班* | 班* | *班
team / class / squad / work shift / ranking / CL: 個|个 / classifier for groups
scheduled flight / flight number / plane / scheduled sailing / sailing number / passenger ship
  *班* | 班* | *班
surname Ban
to go to work / to be on duty / to start work / to go to the office
after-school program (Tw)
cram class / cram school / evening classes
to finish work / to get off work
to work overtime
day shift
class composed of gifted students (Tw)
tai-pan / business executive / foreign business manager / top class of kindergarten or school grade
shift working
attendant / footman (servant)
to divide people into groups, teams, squads etc
to start and finish work
to arrange (shifts, runs, classes etc) in order
training class
to take over (from those working the previous shift) / to take over (in a leadership role etc) / to succeed sb
tutorial class / remedial class / preparatory course
to group students into classes / to divide people (staff members etc) into groups
the whole class
night shift
to be in the same class / to be in the same squad / classmate
to work a shift / on duty
to skip work / to sneak out of work early
early shift / morning work shift
to check on sb at his workplace / to come to a movie set to visit one of the actors
supervisor / foreman / head waiter or waitress
class of underachievers / dunces' class (Tw)
intensive course / crash course
advanced stream (in school) / express (train, bus etc)
to change shift / the next work shift / to relieve (a workman on the previous shift) / to take over the job
to join a class partway through the course
Taliban (Farsi: student), Afghan guerrilla faction
Brisbane, capital of Queensland, Australia
(old) footman / servant
to hand over to the next workshift
to follow the prescribed order; to keep to the working routine (idiom)
Durban (city in South Africa)
seminar / workshop
to repeat a year in school
(Tw) to take over sb's job / to substitute for
to work one's shift
Lu Ban, legendary master craftsman, called the father of Chinese carpentry
day shift
to take over sb else's job / to substitute for
instructional workshop
follow the prescribed order / keep to conventional ways
to work office hours / on duty
after-school program
to change shifts / to work in turns
to change shift
behind schedule / late
dental plaque
to act as substitute / to fill in for sb
(Tw) grouping of students into classes of mixed ability
after-school program
short training course
to contribute
preschool group for kids aged three or less / (Tw) work shift starting around daybreak
remedial stream (in school)
Alan Greenspan (1926-), US economist

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