Dictionary content from CC-CEDICT De keizer is ver weg - boek met wilde avonturen in China


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HSK
to establish / to set up / to be tenable / to hold water
HSK 5
independent / independence / to stand alone
HSK 5
to establish / to set up / to found
HSK 5
to set up / to establish
HSK 6
isolate / isolated
HSK 6
to set up / to establish
HSK 6
to establish / to institute
HSK 6
neutral / neutrality
HSK 6
to establish / to set up / to found
HSK 6
to oppose / to set sth against / to be antagonistic to / antithetical / relative opposite / opposing / diametrical
HSK 6
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to stand / to set up / to establish / to lay down / to draw up / at once / immediately
independent / self-reliant / self-sustaining / to stand on one's own feet / to support oneself
private (company, school etc)
public (e.g. school, hospital)
to stand / standing / on one's feet
to conclude (treaty, contract, agreement etc) / to set up (a rule etc)
to stand / Stand up!
erect / upright / vertical
to found / to establish / to set up / to open (an account, a branch store etc) / to draw up (a certificate, receipt, prescription etc)
national / state-run / public
to tower / to stand straight (of person's bearing)
to stand for a long time
to stand tall / to tower aloft
to establish as separate entities / to divide (a company etc) into independent entities / discrete / separate / separation (of powers etc)
to erect / to set upright / to stand
lit. to stand like the three legs of a tripod / tripartite confrontation or balance of forces
slender and elegant (of a woman)
to stand erect / to stand upright
municipal / city / city-run
state-run
thirty years old and therefore independent (idiom, from Confucius)
to stand tall and rock-solid (idiom) / towering majestically / (of a person) to stand up against sb
to exist side by side / to exist simultaneously
the two cannot exist together (idiom); irreconcilable differences / incompatible standpoints
without destruction there can be no construction
to stand respectfully / (of trees, mountains) standing tall and majestic
to tower / standing tall and upright (of large building)
to coexist / coexistence
to annoint
golden rooster stands on one leg (tai chi posture) / standing on one leg
stem (bicycle component)
to stand upright and motionless
to confer a title on (an empress or a prince)
headstand
rooted to the spot (idiom); too terrified to move
to stand all alone
the two cannot exist together (idiom); irreconcilable differences / incompatible standpoints
lit. Shu Han 蜀漢|蜀汉 and Cao Wei 曹魏 cannot coexist (idiom) / fig. two enemies cannot live under the same sky / (former KMT slogan against CCP) "gentlemen and thieves cannot coexist"
ordination
Quickly, tapioca milk tea franchise
to stand in great numbers
to stand proudly
thin / emaciated
to become an unlawful ruler
Hitachi, Ltd.
a handstand / to turn upside down / to stand on one's head / upside down
to stand by in attendance
to tower over / rising (to a dominant position)
separation of powers
separation of powers
imperfect neutrality
to stand close to the door
judicial independence
(of cliffs etc) stand like a wall / rise steeply
to destroy the old and establish the new (idiom) / radical transformation
Ama-no-hashidate in the north of Kyōto prefecture 京都府 on the Sea of Japan
to be alone / to stand in isolation
to be all alone in the world
unacceptable as uncorroborated evidence (in law or in textual criticism)
neutralism
handstand
file creation
boasts a lot, but nothing comes of it (idiom)
to strive for self-improvement
dependent
Ma Sanli (1914-2003), Chinese comedian


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