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abandon, desert, renounce背弃 [bei4 qi4]
abandon, desert, renounce背棄 [bei4 qi4]
Agave americana (poisonous desert plant of Mexico), tequila龍舌蘭 [long2 she2 lan2]
Agave americana (poisonous desert plant of Mexico), tequila龙舌兰 [long2 she2 lan2]
AWOL, Absent With Out Leave, desert the military开小差 [kai1 xiao3 chai1]
AWOL, Absent With Out Leave, desert the military開小差 [kai1 xiao3 chai1]
barren land, desert不毛之地 [bu4 mao2 zhi1 di4]
barren sands of the Gobi desert戈壁荒滩 [Ge1 bi4 huang1 tan1]
barren sands of the Gobi desert戈壁荒灘 [Ge1 bi4 huang1 tan1]
desert沙漠 [sha1 mo4]
Desert Fox沙漠之狐 [Sha1 mo4 zhi1 Hu2]
desert, unconcerned漠 [mo4]
Gobi (desert)戈壁 [Ge1 bi4]
Gobi desert戈壁沙漠 [ge1 bi4 sha1 mo4]
Gobi desert戈壁滩 [ge1 bi4 tan1]
Gobi desert戈壁灘 [ge1 bi4 tan1]
Gurbantunggut Desert古尔班通古特沙漠 [gu3 er3 ban1 tong1 gu3 te4 sha1 mo4]
Gurbantunggut Desert古爾班通古特沙漠 [gu3 er3 ban1 tong1 gu3 te4 sha1 mo4]
inward flowing (of river), flowing into desert內流 [nei4 liu2]
inward flowing (of river), flowing into desert内流 [nei4 liu2]
inward flowing river, river flowing into desert or salt lake, e.g. Tarim river 塔裡木河|塔里木河內流河 [nei4 liu2 he2]
inward flowing river, river flowing into desert or salt lake, e.g. Tarim river 塔裡木河|塔里木河内流河 [nei4 liu2 he2]
Kumutage Desert库姆塔格沙漠 [ku4 mu3 ta3 ge2 sha1 mo4]
Kumutage Desert庫姆塔格沙漠 [ku4 mu3 ta3 ge2 sha1 mo4]
Mojave Desert莫哈韋沙漠 [Mo4 ha1 wei2 sha1 mo4]
Mojave Desert莫哈韦沙漠 [Mo4 ha1 wei2 sha1 mo4]
Sahara desert撒哈拉沙漠 [Sa3 ha1 la1 sha1 mo4]
Taklamakan (desert in Central Asia)塔克拉玛干沙漠 [Ta3 ke4 la1 ma3 gan1 sha1 mo4]
Taklamakan (desert in Central Asia)塔克拉瑪干沙漠 [Ta3 ke4 la1 ma3 gan1 sha1 mo4]
Taklamakan (desert)塔克拉馬干 [ta3 ke4 la1 ma3 gan1]
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