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to hold (a meeting, ceremony etc)
to conduct / to hold
  *举* | 举* | *举
to lift / to hold up / to cite / to enumerate / to act / to raise / to choose / to elect / act / move / deed
act / action / activity / move / movement
to play a critical role (idiom) / influential
to report (malefactors to the police) / to denounce
to give an example
to move / to act / action / decision / conduct / manner
graduate / successful candidate in the imperial provincial examination
to raise one and infer three / to deduce many things from one case (idiom)
to heave / to lift / to raise up / to uphold
to raise a hand / to put up one's hand (as signal)
bearing / manner / mien
to lift weights / weight-lifting (sports)
to offer evidence
throughout the world / world ranking (e.g. first)
the entire country
to toast sb (with wine etc) / to drink a toast
to receive worldwide attention
to hesitate over what move to make (idiom); to waver / to shilly-shally
world-famous (idiom)
for example
to raise a loan / to borrow money
lit. to lift the tray to eyebrow level (idiom); mutual respect in a marriage
too numerous to list (idiom); innumerable
one's every movement (idiom) / comportment / gestures
(literary) to move forward
to make progress only with great difficulty (idiom)
(dialect) height of a house
lit. the exertion of lifting one's hand (idiom) / fig. a very slight effort
the whole family
to recommend
unrivaled (idiom); world number one / unique / unequaled
to look / to raise one's eyes
the entire nation / the whole country, from the leadership to the rank and file
informer / snitch
to select the best (for a job)
such things as ... / examples including ... (etc) / without exception / every / any
to look up and see no-one familiar (idiom); not having anyone to rely on / without a friend in the world
(literary) to light a fire
preparatory literary studies for imperial examination
to expose (e.g., wrongdoing) / to accuse (in court) / to impeach / to denounce
Treatise 134 BC by Han dynasty philosopher Dong Zhongshu 董仲舒

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