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Asuncion (capital of Paraguay)亚松森 [ya4 song1 sen1]
Asuncion (capital of Paraguay)亞鬆森 [ya4 song1 sen1]
Asunción (capital of Paraguay)亚松森 [Ya4 song1 sen1]
Asunción (capital of Paraguay)亞松森 [Ya4 song1 sen1]
(a return) equal to the capital, 100 percent profit对本 [dui4 ben3]
(a return) equal to the capital, 100 percent profit對本 [dui4 ben3]
(until WWII) Königsberg, capital of East Prussia on the Baltic, (since WWII) Kaliningrad, Russian Republic哥尼斯堡 [Ge1 ni2 si1 bao3]
a provincial capital省垣 [sheng3 yuan2]
a provincial capital省城 [sheng3 cheng2]
a provincial capital省治 [sheng3 zhi4]
abbr. for 怒江傈僳族自治州|怒江傈僳族自治州, Nujiang Lisu autonomous prefecture in Yunnan, capital Lutku or Liuku 六庫|六库怒江州 [Nu4 jiang1 zhou1]
Abu Dhabi (capital of United Arab Emirates)阿布扎比市 [A1 bu4 zha1 bi3 shi4]
Abuja (capital of Nigeria)阿布賈 [A1 bu4 jia3]
Abuja (capital of Nigeria)阿布贾 [A1 bu4 jia3]
Accra (capital of Ghana)阿克拉 [A1 ke4 la1]
Adam (name), Aden (capital of Yemen)阿丹 [A1 dan1]
Addis Ababa (capital of Ethiopia)亚的斯亚贝巴 [Ya4 di4 si1 Ya4 bei4 ba1]
Addis Ababa (capital of Ethiopia)亞的斯亞貝巴 [Ya4 di4 si1 Ya4 bei4 ba1]
Adelaide, capital of South Australia阿得莱德 [A1 de2 lai2 de2]
Adelaide, capital of South Australia阿得萊德 [A1 de2 lai2 de2]
Adelaide, capital of South Australia阿德莱德 [A1 de2 lai2 de2]
Adelaide, capital of South Australia阿德萊德 [A1 de2 lai2 de2]
Adelaide, capital of South Australia, also written 阿德萊德|阿德莱德阿德雷德 [A4 de2 lei2 de2]
Algiers (capital of Algeria)阿尔及尔 [A1 er3 ji2 er3]
Algiers (capital of Algeria)阿爾及爾 [A1 er3 ji2 er3]
Almaty (capital of Kazakhstan)阿拉木图 [A1 la1 mu4 tu2]
Almaty (capital of Kazakhstan)阿拉木圖 [A1 la1 mu4 tu2]
Altai republic in Russian central Asia, capital Gorno-Altaysk阿尔泰 [A1 er3 tai4]
Altai republic in Russian central Asia, capital Gorno-Altaysk阿爾泰 [A1 er3 tai4]
Amman (capital of Jordan)安曼 [An1 man4]
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