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 English Chinese
appeal (to higher courts)审级 [shen3 ji2]
appeal (to higher courts)審級 [shen3 ji2]
(math.) higher dimensional高維 [gao1 wei2]
(math.) higher dimensional高维 [gao1 wei2]
(math.) higher dimensional algebraic variety高維代數簇 [gao1 wei2 dai4 shu4 cu4]
(math.) higher dimensional algebraic variety高维代数簇 [gao1 wei2 dai4 shu4 cu4]
(math.) higher dimensional space高維空間 [gao1 wei2 kong1 jian1]
(math.) higher dimensional space高维空间 [gao1 wei2 kong1 jian1]
appeal上訴法院 [shang4 su4 fa3 yuan4]
appeal上诉法院 [shang4 su4 fa3 yuan4]
appeal (a judicial case)上訴 [shang4 su4]
appeal (a judicial case)上诉 [shang4 su4]
attractive force (such as gravitation), sex appeal, attractiveness吸引力 [xi1 yin3 li4]
beautiful sound, appeal, charm, vowel, rhyme, in Chinese phonetics, the medial and final sound of a syllable (i.e. excluding the initial consonant)韵 [yun4]
beautiful sound, appeal, charm, vowel, rhyme, in Chinese phonetics, the medial and final sound of a syllable (i.e. excluding the initial consonant)韻 [yun4]
call, appeal号召 [hao4 zhao4]
call, appeal號召 [hao4 zhao4]
common plea, civil appeal (as opposed to criminal case)民事訴訟 [min2 shi4 su4 song4]
common plea, civil appeal (as opposed to criminal case)民事诉讼 [min2 shi4 su4 song4]
Court of Final Appeal終審法院 [zhong1 shen3 fa3 yuan4]
Court of Final Appeal终审法院 [zhong1 shen3 fa3 yuan4]
erhua variant of 上邊|上边, the top, above, overhead, upwards, the top margin, above-mentioned, those higher up上边儿 [shang4 bian5 r5]
erhua variant of 上邊|上边, the top, above, overhead, upwards, the top margin, above-mentioned, those higher up上邊兒 [shang4 bian5 r5]
higher algebra高等代数 [gao1 deng3 dai4 shu4]
higher algebra高等代數 [gao1 deng3 dai4 shu4]
higher authorities, superiors上級 [shang4 ji2]
higher authorities, superiors上级 [shang4 ji2]
higher degree (e.g. equation in math.)高次 [gao1 ci4]
higher education高等教育 [gao1 deng3 jiao4 yu4]
higher octave (music)高八度 [gao1 ba1 du4]
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