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English (language)
  *语* | 语* | *语
dialect / language / speech
  *语* | 语* | *语
to tell to
Japanese language
Chinese language / CL: 門|门
Chinese set expression, typically of 4 characters, often alluding to a story or historical quotation / idiom / proverb / saying / adage / CL: 條|条, ,
French (language)
western language / Spanish (language)
German (language)
Korean language (esp. in context of South Korea)
word (general term including monosyllables through to short phrases) / term (e.g. technical term) / expression
foreign language / CL: 門|门
term / terminology
colloquial speech / spoken language / vernacular language / slander / gossip / CL: 門|门
monogatari / epic narrative (Japanese literary form)
Russian (language)
foreign language
Chinese language (Mandarin), emphasizing its national nature / Chinese as a primary or secondary school subject / Chinese in the context of the Nationalist Government / Guoyu, book of historical narrative c. 10th-5th century BC
Cantonese language
Spanish language
Chinese language
saying in which the second part, uttered after a pause or totally left out, is the intended meaning of the allegory presented in the first part
Thai (language)
words / speech / (spoken) language
to speak / to tell
preamble / introduction / (journalism) lede / lead paragraph
words / speech / utterance / discourse
riddle / conundrum / CL: 條|条
choice of words / wording / phraseology / term
comment / evaluation
The Analects of Confucius 孔子
phrase / clause (grammar)
Italian (language)
Arabic (language)
object (grammar)
written slogan / placard / CL: , 張|张, 條|条
Portuguese (language)
(grammatical) predicate
attributive (modifier)
Vietnamese language, Tiếng Việt
to remain silent / to have nothing to say / (coll.) speechless / dumbfounded
subject (in grammar)
common saying / proverb / colloquial speech
(literary) not to speak
Latin (language)
native language / mother tongue / (linguistics) parent language
adverbial adjunct (adverb or adverbial clause)
concluding remarks
abbreviated word / acronym
Dutch (language)
Greek language
Polish (language)
Turkish (language)
sign language
Hakka (a Chinese dialect)
incantation / spell / enchantment / curse
American English
popular jargon / catchword
Wu dialects (spoken primarily in Shanghai and surrounding areas)
Southern Min, a Sinitic language spoken in southern Fujian and surrounding areas
Swedish (language)
concluding remarks
Tibetan language
to talk to oneself / to think aloud / to soliloquize
Korean language
to discuss in whispered tones / whispered conversation
Malaysian language
Korean language
Hindi (language)
standard language
Finnish (language) / suomen kieli
A New Account of the Tales of the World, collection of anecdotes, conversations, remarks etc of historic personalities, compiled and edited by Liu Yiqing 劉義慶|刘义庆
Mongolian language
ancient language / old expression
Hungarian language
thousands of words (idiom); having a lot of things to say / talking nonstop
to mumble to oneself
Buddhist term
rumors and slanders (idiom); gossip / lies and slanders
written language
Tagalog (language)
(idiom) sweet words / sweet talk / cajolery
Persian (language) / Farsi
sweet words / sweet talk
secret talk / coded language / cypher / code
Bengali (language)
Taiwanese / Hokklo
Slavic language
talking and laughing / cheerful talk
Czech (language)
Xiang (Hunanese) dialect spoken in Hunan Province
Hebrew language
qualified word
target language (linguistics)

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