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Qingbaijiang (area in Sichuan)青白江区 [Qing1 bai2 jiang1 qu1]
Qingbaijiang (area in Sichuan)青白江區 [Qing1 bai2 jiang1 qu1]
(area where) vegetation grows, the common people苍生 [cang1 sheng1]
(area where) vegetation grows, the common people蒼生 [cang1 sheng1]
a logging area伐木场 [fa2 mu4 chang3]
a logging area伐木場 [fa2 mu4 chang3]
a military region, a geographical area of command军区 [jun1 qu1]
a military region, a geographical area of command軍區 [jun1 qu1]
a name of an old town in Sichuan, cuckoo, revolution of a wheel嶲 [xi1]
a safe area, a security zone安全区 [an1 quan2 qu1]
a safe area, a security zone安全區 [an1 quan2 qu1]
a Sichuan restaurant川菜厅 [chuan1 cai4 ting1]
a Sichuan restaurant川菜廳 [chuan1 cai4 ting1]
abbr. for Chongqing 重慶|重庆, old name of Jialing river 嘉陵江 in Sichuan渝 [yu2]
abbr. for Sichuan 四川 province in southwest China, one of the Three Kingdoms after the fall of the Han dynasty蜀 [shu3]
allocated area (for housing, industry etc), district分区 [fen1 qu1]
allocated area (for housing, industry etc), district分區 [fen1 qu1]
An county (county in Sichuan)安县 [An1 xian4]
An county (county in Sichuan)安縣 [An1 xian4]
Anle (area in Taiwan)安乐区 [An1 le4 qu1]
Anle (area in Taiwan)安樂區 [An1 le4 qu1]
Annan (area in Taiwan)安南区 [An1 nan2 qu1]
Annan (area in Taiwan)安南區 [An1 nan2 qu1]
Anping (area in Taiwan)安平区 [An1 ping2 qu1]
Anping (area in Taiwan)安平區 [An1 ping2 qu1]
Anyue (place in Sichuan)安岳 [An1 yue4]
area code区号 [qu1 hao4]
area code區號 [qu1 hao4]
area emergency场区应急 [chang3 qu1 ying1 ji2]
area emergency場區應急 [chang3 qu1 ying1 ji2]
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