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Results for: [zuo4] name of a mountain in SHANDONGTranslations 1 - 30 of 513
 English Chinese
(element in mountain names)崮 [gu4]
(mountain) pass隘口 [ai4 kou3]
(mountain) peak山峰 [shan1 feng1]
a building supported on pillars projecting over a river, a mountain hut supported on pillars吊楼 [diao4 lou2]
a building supported on pillars projecting over a river, a mountain hut supported on pillars吊樓 [diao4 lou2]
a general term for local operas in Shangxi, Henan, Hebei, Shandong etc, the music of such operas梆子腔 [bang1 zi3 qiang1]
a high mountain, precipitous磪 [cui1]
a mountain peak厜 [zui1]
a mountain range, an unbroken chain of peaks山峦 [shan1 luan2]
a mountain range, an unbroken chain of peaks山巒 [shan1 luan2]
A mountain road twists and turns; In a complicated situation, you need a twisty approach.峰回路轉 [feng1 hui2 lu4 zhuan3]
A mountain road twists and turns; In a complicated situation, you need a twisty approach.峰回路转 [feng1 hui2 lu4 zhuan3]
a pilgrimage to a holy mountain朝拜圣山 [chao2 bai4 sheng4 shan1]
a pilgrimage to a holy mountain朝拜聖山 [chao2 bai4 sheng4 shan1]
abbr. for Shandong culture齊魯 [qi2 lu3]
abbr. for Shandong culture齐鲁 [qi2 lu3]
Alps (mountain range bordering Switzerland)阿尔卑斯 [A1 er3 bei1 si1]
Alps (mountain range bordering Switzerland)阿爾卑斯 [A1 er3 bei1 si1]
Altai mountain chain on the border of Russia and Mongolia阿尔泰山脉 [A1 er3 tai4 shan1 mai4]
Altai mountain chain on the border of Russia and Mongolia阿爾泰山脈 [A1 er3 tai4 shan1 mai4]
Ang Li (1954-), Taiwanese-American film director (films include Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon 臥虎藏龍|卧虎藏龙 and Brokeback Mountain 斷背山|断背山李安 [Li3 An1]
another name for Mt Tai 泰山 in Shandong as principal or ancestor of the Five Sacred Mountains 五嶽|五岳, Mt Thai as resting place for departed souls岱宗 [Dai4 zong1]
Anqiu (city in Shandong)安丘 [An1 qiu1]
Arakan Yoma, mountain range in western Myanmar (Burma)若开山脉 [Ruo4 kai1 shan1 mai4]
Arakan Yoma, mountain range in western Myanmar (Burma)若開山脈 [Ruo4 kai1 shan1 mai4]
Arakan Yoma, mountain range in western Myanmar (Burma)阿拉乾山脈 [A1 la1 gan1 shan1 mai4]
Arakan Yoma, mountain range in western Myanmar (Burma)阿拉干山脉 [A1 la1 gan1 shan1 mai4]
be driven to join the Liangshan Mountain rebels, be driven to revolt, be forced to do something desperate逼上梁山 [bi1 shang4 liang2 shan1]
be driven to join the Liangshan Mountain rebels, be driven to revolt, be forced to do something desperate逼上樑山 [bi1 shang4 liang2 shan1]
big rocky mountain嶨 [xue2]
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