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(classical) to say云 [yun2]
(final particle in classical Chinese, expressing question or doubt, similar to 嗎|吗)乎 [hu1]
(phys.) gaseous state, (classical) manner, air, bearing气态 [qi4 tai4]
(phys.) gaseous state, (classical) manner, air, bearing氣態 [qi4 tai4]
a hundred schools of thought contend; refers to the classical philosophic schools of the Warring States period 475-221 BC百家争鸣 [bai3 jia1 zheng1 ming2]
a hundred schools of thought contend; refers to the classical philosophic schools of the Warring States period 475-221 BC百家爭鳴 [bai3 jia1 zheng1 ming2]
also, too, (in classical Chinese) final particle serving as copula也 [ye3]
classical古典 [gu3 dian3]
classical Chinese文言 [wen2 yan2]
classical Chinese文言文 [wen2 yan2 wen2]
classical dynamical system (math. phys.)經典動力系統 [jing1 dian3 dong4 li4 xi4 tong3]
classical dynamical system (math. phys.)经典动力系统 [jing1 dian3 dong4 li4 xi4 tong3]
classical language古典語言 [gu3 dian3 yu3 yan2]
classical language古典语言 [gu3 dian3 yu3 yan2]
classical music古典音乐 [gu3 dian3 yin1 yue4]
classical music古典音樂 [gu3 dian3 yin1 yue4]
classical music (mainly western)古典乐 [gu3 dian3 yue4]
classical music (mainly western)古典樂 [gu3 dian3 yue4]
entering tone (the fourth tone of classical Chinese)入声 [ru4 sheng1]
entering tone (the fourth tone of classical Chinese)入聲 [ru4 sheng1]
Erya (the first surviving Chinese dictionary, c. 3rd century BC, with glosses on classical texts)尔雅 [er3 ya3]
Erya (the first surviving Chinese dictionary, c. 3rd century BC, with glosses on classical texts)爾雅 [er3 ya3]
flat, level, equal, to tie (make the same score), to draw (score), calm, peaceful, level or even tone (i.e. first and second tones in classical Chinese), surname Ping平 [ping2]
formal recommendation letter in eight columns八行书 [ba1 xing2 shu1]
formal recommendation letter in eight columns八行書 [ba1 xing2 shu1]
former Han dynasty study or rewriting of classical texts such as the Confucian six classics 六經|六经今古文 [jin1 gu3 wen2]
frontal attack (brush movement in painting)正鋒 [zheng4 feng1]
frontal attack (brush movement in painting)正锋 [zheng4 feng1]
frontal bone (forehead)額骨 [e2 gu3]
frontal bone (forehead)额骨 [e2 gu3]
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