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(jade), Yao, mother-of-pearl瑤 [yao2]
(jade), Yao, mother-of-pearl瑶 [yao2]
(pearl)璸 [bin1]
a pearl, a jewel (of great value)明珠 [ming2 zhu1]
abbr. for pearl milk tea 珍珠奶茶珍奶 [zhen1 nai3]
battle of Medway of June 1942, the first large scale defeat of the Japanese fleet after Pearl Harbor中途岛战役 [Zhong1 tu2 dao3 zhan4 yi4]
battle of Medway of June 1942, the first large scale defeat of the Japanese fleet after Pearl Harbor中途島戰役 [Zhong1 tu2 dao3 zhan4 yi4]
bead, pearl珠 [zhu1]
bright moon, refers to 夜明珠, a legendary pearl that can glow in the dark明月 [ming2 yue4]
bubble milk tea (Taiwan), tapioca milk tea, also known as pearl milk tea 珍珠奶茶波霸奶茶 [bo1 ba4 nai3 cha2]
deep bay, cove, harbor, abbr. for Macao 澳門|澳门, abbr. for Austria 奧地利|奥地利 and Australia 澳大利亞|澳大利亚澳 [ao4]
fluent with words, words flowing like pearl beads珠流 [zhu1 liu2]
harbor港弯 [gang3 wan1]
harbor港彎 [gang3 wan1]
harbor evil designs, harbor malicious intentions不怀好意 [bu4 huai2 hao3 yi4]
harbor evil designs, harbor malicious intentions不懷好意 [bu4 huai2 hao3 yi4]
harbor in Guangdong, Whampoa黃埔 [Huang2 pu3]
harbor in Guangdong, Whampoa黄埔 [Huang2 pu3]
harbor, Hong Kong (abbr. for 香港)港 [gang3]
Hawaii, US state夏威夷 [Xia4 wei1 yi2]
Honolulu, capital of Hawaii火奴魯魯 [Huo3 nu2 lu3 lu3]
Honolulu, capital of Hawaii火奴鲁鲁 [Huo3 nu2 lu3 lu3]
irregular pearl玑 [ji1]
irregular pearl璣 [ji1]
Li River of east Guangxi through Guilin 桂林, famous for its spectacular karst landscape, a tributary of Pearl River 珠江漓江 [Li2 jiang1]
lit. pearl flows, jade moves on; fig. the passage of time, water under the bridge珠流璧轉 [zhu1 liu2 bi4 zhuan3]
lit. pearl flows, jade moves on; fig. the passage of time, water under the bridge珠流璧转 [zhu1 liu2 bi4 zhuan3]
Mawei harbor, the harbor of Fuzhou city馬尾港 [Ma3 wei3 gang3]
Mawei harbor, the harbor of Fuzhou city马尾港 [Ma3 wei3 gang3]
mother-of-pearl珧 [yao2]
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