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Results for: Chiatung (village in Taiwan)Translations: 1 - 30 of 1024
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Chiatung (village in Taiwan)佳冬乡 [Jia1 dong1 xiang1]
Chiatung (village in Taiwan)佳冬鄉 [Jia1 dong1 xiang1]
(abbr.) ARATS, PRC Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits海协会 [hai3 xie2 hui4]
(abbr.) ARATS, PRC Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits海協會 [hai3 xie2 hui4]
(Johannes Lodewikus) Viljoen (South African ambassador to Taiwan)維爾容 [Wei2 er3 rong2]
(Johannes Lodewikus) Viljoen (South African ambassador to Taiwan)维尔容 [Wei2 er3 rong2]
(policy etc) towards Taiwan对台 [dui4 tai2]
(policy etc) towards Taiwan對臺 [dui4 tai2]
(Sonny) Seraphin (Haitian ambassador to Taiwan)塞拉凡 [sai4 la1 fan2]
(Taiwan usage) child in need of help (orphaned, abandoned, abused etc)心影儿 [xin1 ying3 er2]
(Taiwan usage) child in need of help (orphaned, abandoned, abused etc)心影兒 [xin1 ying3 er2]
(Taiwan) after the event过后 [guo4 hou4]
(Taiwan) after the event過後 [guo4 hou4]
a period of time, phase, stage, (used for issue of a periodical, courses of study), time, term, period, to hope, Taiwan pr. qi2期 [qi1]
a poor and remote village乡曲 [xiang1 qu1]
a poor and remote village鄉曲 [xiang1 qu1]
a village, to dwell together庉 [dun4]
a villager, fellow residents of a village乡邻 [xiang1 lin2]
a villager, fellow residents of a village鄉鄰 [xiang1 lin2]
AAA battery (Taiwan)四号电池 [si1 hao4 dian4 chi2]
AAA battery (Taiwan)四號電池 [si1 hao4 dian4 chi2]
abbr. for 台灣海峽|台湾海峡, Taiwan strait台海 [Tai2 hai3]
abbr. for 台灣海峽|台湾海峡, Taiwan strait臺海 [Tai2 hai3]
after all, to investigate, to study carefully, Taiwan pr. jiu4究 [jiu1]
air conditioning (used in Taiwan)冷气 [leng3 qi4]
air conditioning (used in Taiwan)冷氣 [leng3 qi4]
Alien (village in Taiwan)阿莲乡 [A1 lian2 xiang1]
Alien (village in Taiwan)阿蓮鄉 [A1 lian2 xiang1]
Alishan (village in Taiwan)阿里山乡 [A1 li3 shan1 xiang1]
Alishan (village in Taiwan)阿里山鄉 [A1 li3 shan1 xiang1]
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