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to stop / to pause / to arrange / to lay out / to kowtow / to stamp (one's foot) / at once / classifier for meals, beatings, scoldings etc: time, bout, spell, meal
HSK 5
immediately / suddenly
HSK 6
to tidy up / to reorganize / to consolidate / to rectify
HSK 6
to halt / to break off / pause (in speech)
HSK 6
(computing) slow / unresponsive
Washington (name) / George Washington (1732-1799), first US president / Washington, US State / Washington, D.C. (US federal capital)
Hilton (hotel chain)
Newton (name) / Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727), British mathematician and physicist
newton (SI unit of force)
Boston, capital of Massachusetts
Manhattan island / Manhattan borough of New York City
Macedonia
Houston
Hamilton (name) / Hamilton, capital of Bermuda
Aston Martin
Wellington, capital of New Zealand
Princeton, New Jersey
Everton (town in northwest England) / Everton soccer team
a transition (stop and change) in spoken sound, music or in brush strokes / a cadence / punctuated by a transition / with syncopated cadence (brush stroke in painting)
a flash of realization / the truth in a flash / a moment of enlightenment (usually Buddhist)
to find a place for / to help settle down / to arrange for / undisturbed / peaceful
Brighton, town in England
Carleton
Clayton (name) / Crighton (name)
Leiden (the Netherlands)
Princeton University
Clinton (name) / Bill Clinton (1946-), US Democratic politician, President 1993-2001 / Hillary Rodham Clinton (1947-), US Democratic politician
Washington D.C. (US federal capital)
fatigued / exhausted / poverty-stricken / in straitened circumstances
Wharton (name)
Winston (name)
Washington, US State
to feel suddenly / to realize abruptly
Milton (name) / John Milton (1608-1674), English republican writer and poet, author of Paradise Lost
murky darkness suddenly opens (idiom); a sudden flash of insight and all is clear
Washington Post (newspaper)
Boston University
Dalton (name) / John Dalton (1766-1844), British scientist who contributed to atomic theory
Preston, city in England
Dresden, capital of Saxony 薩克森州|萨克森州, Germany
Haydn (name) / Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809), Austrian classical composer
Bolton (name)
Dresden, Germany
Donetsk, city in Ukraine
Johnston, Johnson, Johnstone etc, name
Hotton, Holden, Wharton, Houghton etc (name)
Republic of Macedonia (former Yugoslav republic)
Don River
Sidon (Lebanon)
(literary) fatigued / wearied
Edmonton, capital of Alberta, Canada
Stanton (name)
to beat one's chest and stamp one's feet (idiom)
Chinese back-sloping comma 、 (punct. used to separate items in a list)
travel-worn
Lipton (name)
stamp (one's feet)
University of Leiden
Rodan (Japanese ラドン Radon), Japanese movie monster
suddenly / abruptly
to eat one's fill / to be full
kowtow
Bretton woods conference in 1944 of allied powers, regulating world exchange rates and setting up IMF and world bank
Wimbledon
Charleston
George Washington (1732-1799), first US president
Newtonian mechanics
Wellington, capital of New Zealand (Tw) / Wellington (name) / Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington (1769-1851)
Houston, Texas
Appleton (name) / Sir Edward Appleton (1892-1965), British physicist, Nobel laureate who discovered the ionosphere
Mountbatten (name, Anglicization of German Battenberg) / Lord Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma (1900-1979), British commander in Southeast Asia during WWII, presided over the partition of India in 1947, murdered by the IRA.
Bridgetown, capital of Barbados
to place in safe keeping / to leave sth with sb
Washington Times (newspaper)
Lhasa Shoton festival or yogurt banquet, from first of July of Tibetan calendar
Lhasa Shoton festival or yogurt banquet, from first of July of Tibetan calendar
Dayton (city in Ohio)
Manhattan borough of New York City
newton meter, unit of torque (symbol: N⋅m)
(Tw) Clinton (name) / Bill Clinton (1946-), US Democratic politician, president 1993-2001 / Hillary Rodham Clinton (1947-), US Democratic politician
inactive / obtuse
Halliburton (US construction company)
Trenton, capital of New Jersey
Huffington Post (US online news aggregator)
Eton public school (English elite school)
Boston Red Sox (baseball) team
Johnston (name)
Hillary Rodham Clinton (1947-), US Democratic politician
Michael Crichton (1942-), US techno-thriller writer, author of Jurassic Park
Arlington National Cemetery in Washington DC, USA
Lexington, Massachusetts
Fredericton, capital of New Brunswick, Canada
Wimbledon
travel-worn
Staten Island, borough of New York City
to pause
Whitney Houston (1963-2012), American singer and actress
Paris Hilton
Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727), British mathematician and physicist
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