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


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