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HSK
question / problem / issue / topic / CL: 個|个
HSK 2
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topic / problem for discussion / exam question / subject / to inscribe / to mention / CL: 個|个,
HSK 2
subject (of a talk or conversation) / topic
HSK 5
theme / subject
HSK 5
subject / title / topic / CL: 個|个
HSK 5
specific topic (addressed by a book, lecture, TV program etc) / article, report or program etc on a specific topic
HSK 6
title / heading / headline / caption / subject
HSK 6
task / problem / issue
HSK 6
subject matter
HSK 6
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surname Ti
exam question / test topic
questions from previous years' exams
difficult problem
(schoolwork) exercise / problem / question
proposition (logic, math.) / to assign an essay topic
subheading / subtitle
to inscribe a poem (often, composed on the spot) on a painting, fan or ceramic bowl etc as a work of calligraphy / an inscribed poem
to solve problems / to explicate
notes / key (to exercises)
exam question
the subject under discussion / the point at issue
topic of discussion / topic / subject / issue (under discussion) / CL: 項|项
(in one's study) to focus on the topics one speculates will appear on the exam
to keep to the subject
meaning of a title / implication / theme
irrelevant / beside the point
problem or question solved for illustrative purposes in the classroom / practice question (used in preparation for an exam) / sample question
keynote speech
title bar (of a window) (computing)
autograph / to sign one's name
to bring out the main theme / to make the point / to bring out the substance concisely
epigraph / inscription / graffito
to win top marks in the imperial examinations
puzzle / riddle
untitled
theme park
to draw up the theme (for discussion)
to create a work of calligraphy for display in a prominent place (typically, a sign)
serious problem
topic
to make a big fuss over a minor issue (idiom)
headline news / title story
motif (loanword) / main idea / theme
to use the current topic to put over one's own ideas / to use sth as a pretext to make a fuss
book title
topic of a lecture
the nuclear problem
writing style in which the main subject is approached directly from the outset / opposite of 冒題|冒题
thematic map
to raise a tough question
to digress / to stray from the topic
inscription / autograph
Korean nuclear problem
to write the title of a book on a label
subject of literary work
to create an issue / to cause a problem
inscription / dedication
short comments / preface and postscript
we will not elaborate on that (used as pluralis auctoris)
special report (in the media)
preliminary question / priority problem / issues requiring more immediate attention
to digress / to stray from the subject
categorical proposition (logic)
to compose a preface (or introductory remarks, etc) / question (or section) order (on an exam paper) / question (or section) number
to evaluate (an individual) / to appraise
title design
question bank (for examiners creating an exam, or students preparing for an exam)
obscure question / trick exam question / catch question / CL:
common questions / general questions
relevant / pertinent
to get off the main topic / to digress
writing style in which the main subject is not introduced initially / opposite of 破題|破题
common problems / FAQ
safety issue / security issue
theme song
theme song
frequently asked questions / FAQ
no problem
propositional logic
the three rural issues: agriculture, rural areas and peasants
three-body problem (mechanics)
false proposition / fundamentally flawed notion / (in popular usage, can also refer to anything based on a flawed notion, such as a false dichotomy or a question that starts with a false premise)
concrete issue
to have sth go wrong / to have a problem arise / to give problems
basic issue / fundamental question
multiple-choice question
to cut a long story short / a brief treatment of a complicated subject / fig. to treat an important question as a minor matter
refer to the title or subject (in an online forum)
special report (shown on TV etc)
subheading
categorical proposition (logic)
to be a problem / problematic / questionable
to stick to the topic
title word / entry (in dictionary)
"sensational headline writers", people who write misleading titles in order to generate clicks from Internet users / clickbait
extemporaneous thoughts noted down after a visit
knotty problem / intractable difficulty
economic problem
questions from previous years' exams (Tw)

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