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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
to tidy up / to reorganize / to consolidate / to rectify
HSK 6
to halt / to break off / pause (in speech)
HSK 6
Newton (name) / Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727), British mathematician and physicist
newton (SI unit of force)
(computing) slow / unresponsive
Washington (name) / George Washington (1732-1799), first US president / Washington, US State / Washington, D.C. (US federal capital)
Macedonia
Boston, capital of Massachusetts
Everton (town in northwest England) / Everton soccer team
Wellington, capital of New Zealand
Bolton (name)
Leiden (the Netherlands)
Hilton (hotel chain)
Houston
Manhattan island / Manhattan borough of New York City
to find a place for / to help settle down / to arrange for / undisturbed / peaceful
Brighton, town in England
Dresden, capital of Saxony 薩克森州|萨克森州, Germany
Hotton, Holden, Wharton, Houghton etc (name)
Sidon (Lebanon)
Preston, city in England
Hamilton (name) / Hamilton, capital of Bermuda
fatigued / exhausted / poverty-stricken / in straitened circumstances
Princeton, New Jersey
Lhasa Shoton festival or yogurt banquet, from first of July of Tibetan calendar
Carleton
Charleston
Clinton (name) / Bill Clinton (1946-), US Democratic politician, President 1993-2001 / Hillary Rodham Clinton (1947-), US Democratic politician
Wharton (name)
Milton (name) / John Milton (1608-1674), English republican writer and poet, author of Paradise Lost
Haydn (name) / Franz Joseph Haydn (1732-1809), Austrian classical composer
Dayton (city in Ohio)
Dalton (name) / John Dalton (1766-1844), British scientist who contributed to atomic theory
to eat one's fill / to be full
Winston (name)
Edmonton, capital of Alberta, Canada
Johnston, Johnson, Johnstone etc, name
Clayton (name) / Crighton (name)
Lipton (name)
(literary) fatigued / wearied
Rodan (Japanese ラドン Radon), Japanese movie monster
George Washington (1732-1799), first US president
Wellington, capital of New Zealand (Tw) / Wellington (name) / Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington (1769-1851)
travel-worn
Trenton, capital of New Jersey
Houston, Texas
inactive / obtuse
Wimbledon
(Tw) Clinton (name) / Bill Clinton (1946-), US Democratic politician, president 1993-2001 / Hillary Rodham Clinton (1947-), US Democratic politician
Stanton (name)
to place in safe keeping / to leave sth with sb
Hillary Rodham Clinton (1947-), US Democratic politician
travel-worn
Dresden, Germany
Paris Hilton
Edmonton, capital of Alberta, Canada / also written 埃德蒙頓|埃德蒙顿
Armageddon (in Revelation 16:16)
Fredericton, capital of New Brunswick, Canada
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.
Wimbledon
to pause
Whitney Houston (1963-2012), American singer and actress
Halliburton (US construction company)
Lexington, Massachusetts
Bridgetown, capital of Barbados
Johnston (name)
Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727), British mathematician and physicist
Michael Crichton (1942-), US techno-thriller writer, author of Jurassic Park


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