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HSK
truck / CL: 輛|辆
HSK 5
cartoon (loanword)
HSK 6
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  *卡* | 卡* | *卡
to stop / to block / (computing) (coll.) slow / (loanword) card / CL: 張|张, / truck (from "car") / calorie (abbr. for 卡路里) / cassette
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  *卡* | 卡* | *卡
to block / to be stuck / to be wedged / customs station / a clip / a fastener / a checkpost / Taiwan pr. [ka3]
card
Kara, city in northern Togo 多哥 / Cara, Karla etc (name)
karaoke
khaki (loanword)
Karl (name)
playing card
calipers
cardboard / card stock
karaoke (loanword)
(also pr. [qia3 wei4]) to jockey for position (sports) / to box out (basketball) / to establish oneself in a competitive market (commerce) / (always pr. [ka3 wei4] for this sense) booth seating
Carter (name) / James Earl (Jimmy) Carter (1924-), US Democrat politician, president 1977-1981
to jam / to choke / to clutch / also pr. [qia3 zhu4]
Qatar (Tw)
(computing) slow / unresponsive
credit card debt
Qatar
calorie (loanword)
to be stuck / to feel stuck
(of a device) designed to accept a cassette, cartridge or canister (loanword from "cassette") / designed to have a card or ticket inserted (also written 插卡式) (loanword from "card")
kart racing
Carmen (name) / Carmen, 1875 opera by Georges Bizet 比才 based on novel by Prosper Mérimée 梅里美
cute / adorable / charming (loanword from Japanese)
cassette tape
XLR connector
canon (music) (loanword)
Carlos (name)
Carleton
portable gas stove (fueled by a gas cartridge)
Carnegie (name) / Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919), Scots American steel millionaire and philanthropist
clip / latch (on a clip-into-place component)
booth (in restaurants etc) (loanword from "car seat")
Calvin (name)
Cameron (name)
(Colonel Muammar) Gaddafi (1942-2011), de facto leader of Libya from 1969-2011
Camelot, seat of legendary King Arthur
Cagliari, Sardinia
Franz Kafka (1883-1924), Czech Jewish writer
Castro (name) / Fidel Castro or Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz (1926-2016), Cuban revolutionary leader, prime minister 1959-1976, president 1976-2008
BCG vaccine / bacillus Calmette-Guérin vaccine
(acting) cast (loanword)
Casablanca (Morocco's economic capital)
Cayenne, capital of French Guiana
Calgary, largest city of Alberta, Canada
kappa (Greek letter Κκ)
Cassandra (given name) / Cassandra (character in Greek mythology)
(Tw) to be possessed / to be bewitched
Kahn
Kraft, US food company
to jam (rifle)
variant of 卡哇伊
Carl's Jr. (fast-food restaurant chain)
clip / hair fastener / checkpoint
Crocs, Inc.
chi-square (math.)
Calabria, southernmost Italian province
Castilla, old Spanish kingdom / modern Spanish provinces of Castilla-Leon and Castilla-La Mancha
carbine rifle (loanword)
Catania, Sicily
Karachi (Pakistan)
Karlsruhe (city in Germany)
Cassini (proper name)
cartel (loanword)
Cartagena
chuck (for a drill etc)
Castellón
Caen (French town)
compact digital camera / point-and-shoot camera
Karnataka, southwest Indian state, capital Bangalore 班加羅爾|班加罗尔 / formerly Mysore
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh
Karl Marx (1818-1883), German socialist philosopher, political activist and founder of Marxism
Castilla-Leon, north Spanish province
Giacomo Casanova (1725-1798), Italian adventurer known for womanizing
carageenan (chemistry)
to squeeze the throat / (fig.) to have in a stranglehold / critical
Castries, capital of Saint Lucia
Caracas, capital of Venezuela (Tw)
Cape Canaveral, Florida, home of Kennedy space center 肯尼迪航天中心
Cassandra (given name) / Cassandra (character in Greek mythology)
Brothers Karamazov by Dostoevsky 陀思妥耶夫斯基
cappuccino coffee
Kannada (language)
cabaret (loanword)
Cavendish (name) / Henry Cavendish (1731-1810), English nobleman and pioneer experimental scientist
Cape Canaveral, Florida
capoeira (loanword)
Kaposi's sarcoma
Carson City, capital of Nevada
Karbala (city in Iraq)
Cartier (brand)
Calicut, town on Arabian sea in Kerala, India
calico (woven cloth from Caldicot, Kerala, India)
Casio
jammed / stuck / frozen (computer)
a slave to one's credit card / sb who is unable to repay their credit card borrowings
Radovan Karadžić (1945-), former Bosnian Serb leader and war criminal
Calderon (Hispanic name)

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