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angle / corner / horn / horn-shaped / unit of money equal to 0.1 yuan, or 10 cents (a dime) / CL: 個|个
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role (theater) / to compete / ancient three legged wine vessel / third note of pentatonic scale
leading role / lead
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surname Jue
viewpoint / angle on sth / perspective
bend in a street / corner / to turn a corner
supporting role (in play, film etc) / minor role / to play a secondary role (in business etc) / to play second fiddle
corner of the mouth
opposite angle
Cape Verde
Yangtze River Delta (abbr. for 長江三角洲|长江三角洲)
wide-angle / panoramic / fig. wide perspective / panorama
angle (between two intersecting lines)
acute angle
a right angle
string bean / snap bean / green bean
to turn a corner / corner
outer or inner corner of the eye / canthus
bugle horn
Cape Haijiao in Sanya 三亞|三亚, Hainan
the ends of the earth / separated worlds apart
angle to the vertical / angle (between two lines or two planes)
Pearl River Delta
corner (junction of two walls)
dip / angle of dip (inclination of a geological plane down from horizontal) / tilt (inclination of ship from vertical)
a right angled triangle
to reveal outstanding talent (idiom); to stand out as conspicuously brilliant
angle at apex / summit angle / cusp
gap in coverage / gap in protection or defenses / neglected or overlooked area / dead end
Zhang Jue (-184), leader of the Yellow turban rebels during the late Han
to wrestle / wrestling
supplementary angle
edge and corner / protrusion / sharpness (of a protrusion) / craggy / ridge corner
corner of a page
anise / star anise / aniseed / octagonal / Fructus Anisi stellati
cape / promontory
sideburns / temples / hair on the temples
forehead / temples
lit. as rare as phoenix feathers and unicorn horns (idiom) / fig. few and far between
to fight and scheme against each other (idiom) / (in palace construction) elaborate and refined
obtuse angle
polar angle / argument (angle in polar coordinates)
cow horn
Cape of Good Hope
inner corner of the eye
outer tip of the eyebrow / (facial) expression / (Tw) knack / trick of the trade
(of a square shape, such as a house plan) to have a corner missing / (fig.) to lack something / missing piece
famous actor
Cape Verde (Tw)
corner of the mouth / labial angle
English corner / spoken English practice group
corner / bend / curve
water caltrop or water chestnut (genus Trapa)
angle of intersection / angle at which two lines meet
clown role in opera / clown / buffoon
lit. going round the curves and skirting the corners (idiom) / fig. to speak in a roundabout way / to equivocate / to beat about the bush
Chinese honey locust (Gleditsia sinensis)
Golden Triangle (Southeast Asia)
reflex angle
Pan-Pearl River delta / The nine provinces of Southern China around Guangzhou and the Pearl River delta / South China
Sha Tau Kok (town in Hong Kong)
corner of the lower hem of a jacket etc
bevel angle / oblique angle
antler / deer horn / abatis
outer corner of the eye
significant role / major figure
antenna / feeler
youngster's talent / brilliance of youth
Bermuda Triangle
corner of the mouth
altercation / wrangle / angry argument
(math.) angle-preserving / conformal
Cape Canaveral, Florida, home of Kennedy space center 肯尼迪航天中心
to poach (talent, personnel from competitors) / to raid (a competitor for its talent) / Taiwan pr. [wa1 jiao3]
(of a shape) sharp and clearcut / (of a person) definite in his opinion
solid angle
dan, female roles in Chinese opera (traditionally played by specialized male actors)
plane angle
angle of diffraction (physics)
inner corner of the eye
outer corner of the eye
Mong Kok (area in Hong Kong)
(theater) understudy
phase angle
lit. honing a bull's horn; fig. to waste time on an insoluble or insignificant problem / to bash one's head against a brick wall / a wild goose chase / a blind alley / to split hairs / same as idiom 鑽牛角尖|钻牛角尖
angle of drift (navigation) / deflection (from course) / angle of divergence
elongation (astronomy)
complementary angle (additional angle adding to 90 degrees)
anterior chamber (the front chamber of the eye)
Cape San Diego or Santiao, easternmost point of Taiwan Island
lit. to first show one's horns (idiom); fig. a first show of emerging talent / first sign of emerging talent / budding genius
alternate angles (where one line meets two parallel lines)
trisection (math.) / trisecting an angle
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