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large scale industry, major industry大型企业 [da4 xing2 qi3 ye4]
large scale industry, major industry大型企業 [da4 xing2 qi3 ye4]
(dragon fly), (large ant), (wasp)蜉 [fu2]
(main) hall, large room堂 [tang2]
(school) major主修 [zhu3 xiu1]
2 boats lashed together, large boat舫 [fang3]
a Chinese foot, one-third of a meter, a ruler, a tape-measure, a musical note on the traditional Chinese scale, one of the three acupoints for measuring pulse in Chinese medicine尺 [chi3]
a large landowner大地主 [da4 di4 zhu3]
a large number大数 [da4 shu4]
a large number大數 [da4 shu4]
a note on a musical scale音級 [yin1 ji2]
a note on a musical scale音级 [yin1 ji2]
a place where small streams flow into a large one漎 [cong2]
a type of large ant蚍蜉 [pi2 fu2]
a wide gap, big contrast, large disparity, a mismatch悬殊 [xuan2 shu1]
a wide gap, big contrast, large disparity, a mismatch懸殊 [xuan2 shu1]
abbey, large monastery大寺院 [da4 si4 yuan4]
abbey, large monastery or convent大修道院 [da4 xiu1 dao4 yuan4]
abbr. for 上海汽車工業集團|上海汽车工业集团, Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp. (SAIC)上汽 [Shang4 Qi4]
all neglected tasks are being undertaken, full scale reconstruction is under way百废俱兴 [bai3 fei4 ju4 xing1]
all neglected tasks are being undertaken, full scale reconstruction is under way百廢俱興 [bai3 fei4 ju4 xing1]
all the parts are in place, but small scale (Mencius), perfect in structure, but not much of it具体而微 [ju4 ti3 er2 wei1]
all the parts are in place, but small scale (Mencius), perfect in structure, but not much of it具體而微 [ju4 ti3 er2 wei1]
allocated area (for housing, industry etc), district分区 [fen1 qu1]
allocated area (for housing, industry etc), district分區 [fen1 qu1]
ancient large bell鎛 [bo2]
ancient large bell镈 [bo2]
animal husbandry; animal product industry牧业 [mu4 ye4]
animal husbandry; animal product industry牧業 [mu4 ye4]
arms, weapons (industry)军火 [jun1 huo3]
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