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Results for: [zhi1 ji3 zhi1 bi3] Know yourself; know your enemyTranslations 1 - 30 of 116
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(longstanding) opponent, enemy, inimical, adversary, opponent对头 [dui4 tou5]
(longstanding) opponent, enemy, inimical, adversary, opponent對頭 [dui4 tou5]
(to resist the enemy) relying on inaccessible territory凭险 [ping2 xian3]
(to resist the enemy) relying on inaccessible territory憑險 [ping2 xian3]
a diversion, a feint attack to mislead the enemy疑阵 [yi2 zhen4]
a diversion, a feint attack to mislead the enemy疑陣 [yi2 zhen4]
anti-air craft fire, to shoot at enemy planes对空射击 [dui4 kong1 she4 ji1]
anti-air craft fire, to shoot at enemy planes對空射擊 [dui4 kong1 she4 ji1]
attack by a hidden enemy, a stab in the back暗箭 [an4 jian4]
avoid the enemy when he is fresh and strike him when he is tired and withdraws避其銳氣擊其惰歸 [bi4 qi2 rui4 qi4 ji1 qi2 duo4 gui1]
avoid the enemy when he is fresh and strike him when he is tired and withdraws避其锐气击其惰归 [bi4 qi2 rui4 qi4 ji1 qi2 duo4 gui1]
capture enemy personnel (for intelligence purposes)捕俘 [bu3 fu2]
class division into proletariat and bourgeoisie class enemy, in use esp. during the cultural revolution血統論 [xue4 tong3 lun4]
class division into proletariat and bourgeoisie class enemy, in use esp. during the cultural revolution血统论 [xue4 tong3 lun4]
co-worker, collaborator, also collaborator with the enemy合作者 [he2 zuo4 zhe3]
confront a powerful enemy大敌当前 [da4 di2 dang1 qian2]
confront a powerful enemy大敵當前 [da4 di2 dang1 qian2]
defeated enemy残敌 [can2 di2]
defeated enemy殘敵 [can2 di2]
enemy仇人 [chou2 ren2]
enemy仇敌 [chou2 di2]
enemy仇敵 [chou2 di2]
enemy敌人 [di2 ren2]
enemy敌方 [di2 fang1]
enemy敵人 [di2 ren2]
enemy敵方 [di2 fang1]
enemy (agents), (class) enemy敌特 [di2 te4]
enemy (agents), (class) enemy敵特 [di2 te4]
enemy agents in our midst, reds under the beds敌特分子 [di2 te4 fen4 zi3]
enemy agents in our midst, reds under the beds敵特份子 [di2 te4 fen4 zi3]
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