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festival / holiday / node / joint / section / segment / part / to economize / to save / to abridge / moral integrity / classifier for segments, e.g. lessons, train wagons, biblical verses / CL: 個|个
chapter / section
Spring Festival (Chinese New Year)
to adjust / to regulate / to harmonize / to reconcile (accountancy etc)
details / particulars
(zoology) segment (of the body of a worm, centipede etc) / (fig.) a part of an integrated whole: aspect (of a project), element (of a policy), sector (of the economy), stage (of a process), etc
the Mid-Autumn Festival on 15th of 8th lunar month
plot / circumstances
time / season / period / CL: 個|个
Dragon Boat Festival (5th day of the 5th lunar month)
Mother's Day
film festival / CL: 屆|届
joint (physiology) / key point / critical phase
All Saints (Christian festival)
Qingming or Pure Brightness Festival or Tomb Sweeping Day, celebration for the dead (in early April)
Youth Day (May 4th), PRC national holiday for youths of 14 and upwards
Lantern Festival, the final event of the Spring Festival 春節|春节, on 15th of first month of the lunar calendar
PRC National Day (October 1st)
season / time
Teachers' Day (September 10th in PRC and Confucius's birthday, September 28th in Taiwan)
Bijie city and prefecture in Guizhou
Valentine's Day
Christmas time / Christmas season / Christmas
festive day / holiday
Thanksgiving Day
Qixi Festival or Double Seven Festival on the 7th day of the 7th lunar month / girls' festival / Chinese Valentine's day, when Cowherd and Weaving maid 牛郎織女|牛郎织女 are allowed their annual meeting
music festival
International Women's Day (March 8)
CPC Founding Day (July 1st)
Children's Day (June 1st), PRC national holiday for children under 14
Double Ninth or Yang Festival / 9th day of 9th lunar month
to celebrate a festival / after the celebrations (i.e. once the festival is over)
Army Day (August 1)
a minor matter / trivia / bar (music)
arts festival
Arbor Day (March 12th), also known as National Tree Planting Day 全民義務植樹日|全民义务植树日
April Fools' Day
Ghost Festival on 15th day of 7th lunar month when offerings are made to the deceased
International Labor Day (May Day)
nodule / tubercle
Father's Day
to abridge / to cut a text down to size for publication
Singles' Day (November 11), originally a day of activities for single people, but now also the world's biggest annual retail sales day
International Women's Day (March 8)
step by step / little by little
bamboo joint
Laba rice porridge festival, on the 8th day of the 12th lunar month
Beer Festival
White Day
Fengjie county in Wanzhou suburbs of north Chongqing municipality, formerly in Sichuan
to come apart
May Day / International Labor Day (May 1)
Songkran (Thai New Year)
inessentials / minor detail
pelvis / hip joint
weak link / loophole
air conditioning
International Children's Day (June 1)
the New Year festival
Chinese New Year festivities
moral integrity / unflinching righteousness
(diplomatic) envoy
at the Chinese New Year or other festivities
Torch Festival
Eid al-Fitr or Feast of Breaking the Fast, celebrated on the last day of Ramadan
International Women's Day (March 8)
(mechanics) coupling
joint (of the skeleton)
betrayal / defection / turncoat / to change sides politically
repeated segment (networking)
minor details / trifles
Eid al-Adha or Festival of the Sacrifice (Qurban), celebrated on the 10th day of the 12th month of the Islamic calendar
jointing (agriculture)
closed syllable
to facilitate by means of bribery
to die or be martyred for a noble cause / to be faithful unto death
Advent (Christian period of 4 weeks before Christmas)
Hanukkah (Chanukah), 8 day Jewish holiday starting on the 25th day of Kislev (can occur from late Nov up to late Dec on Gregorian calendar) / also called 哈努卡節|哈努卡节 and simply 哈努卡
to offer a bribe
Lhasa Shoton festival or yogurt banquet, from first of July of Tibetan calendar
twisted roots and intertwined joints (idiom); complicated and very tricky / knotty and deeply-rooted difficulties
to not bother about trifles (idiom)
chastity / virginity (of women) / moral integrity (of men) / loyalty / constancy
(jocularly) a day of frenetic online spending, such as Singles' Day
the Lantern Festival (15th of first month of lunar calendar)
Birthday of the Flowers, spring festival on lunar 12th or 15th February
carnival (esp. Christian)

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