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Li Ao (774-836), Tang dynasty scholar and writer, colleague of Han Yu 韓愈 in promoting classical writing 古文運動|古文运动李翱 [Li3 Ao2]
(classical) to say云 [yun2]
(emperor of Xia dynasty), cruel桀 [jie2]
(final particle in classical Chinese, expressing question or doubt, similar to 嗎|吗)乎 [hu1]
(math.) system of writing numbers to a base, such as decimal or binary,进位法 [jin4 wei4 fa3]
(math.) system of writing numbers to a base, such as decimal or binary,進位法 [jin4 wei4 fa3]
(of writing) tone, style笔调 [bi3 diao4]
(of writing) tone, style筆調 [bi3 diao4]
(phys.) gaseous state, (classical) manner, air, bearing气态 [qi4 tai4]
(phys.) gaseous state, (classical) manner, air, bearing氣態 [qi4 tai4]
(set phrase) amiable and approachable, modest and unassuming, (of writing) plain and simple, easy to understand平易近人 [ping2 yi4 jin4 ren2]
(take up or devote) space, ink, time (in a printed page or news story), length (of a piece of writing)篇幅 [pian1 fu5]
(writing) tablet书板 [shu1 ban3]
(writing) tablet書板 [shu1 ban3]
8 in. length unit of Zhou dynasty咫 [zhi3]
a beautiful speech or piece of writing, your beautiful article (honorific)兰章 [lan2 zhang1]
a beautiful speech or piece of writing, your beautiful article (honorific)蘭章 [lan2 zhang1]
a Confucian scholar儒士 [Ru2 shi4]
a faulty stroke in calligraphy or painting, a faulty expression in writing敗筆 [bai4 bi3]
a faulty stroke in calligraphy or painting, a faulty expression in writing败笔 [bai4 bi3]
a hundred schools of thought contend; refers to the classical philosophic schools of the Warring States period 475-221 BC百家争鸣 [bai3 jia1 zheng1 ming2]
a hundred schools of thought contend; refers to the classical philosophic schools of the Warring States period 475-221 BC百家爭鳴 [bai3 jia1 zheng1 ming2]
a popular form of narrative literature flourishing in the Tang Dynasty (618-907) with alternate prose and rhymed parts for recitation and singing (often on Buddhist themes)变文 [bian4 wen2]
a popular form of narrative literature flourishing in the Tang Dynasty (618-907) with alternate prose and rhymed parts for recitation and singing (often on Buddhist themes)變文 [bian4 wen2]
a present in writing, bequeath詒 [yi2]
a present in writing, bequeath诒 [yi2]
a scholar, an academician, a fellow (of an academy)院士 [yuan4 shi4]
a scholar, an intellectual讀書人 [du2 shu1 ren2]
a scholar, an intellectual读书人 [du2 shu1 ren2]
a Yuan dynasty form of musical comedy杂剧 [za2 ju4]
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EUdict is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in the European Community. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. For more information about the authors see Credits.

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