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seeded player种子选手 [zhong3 zi5 xuan3 shou3]
seeded player種子選手 [zhong3 zi5 xuan3 shou3]
a form or theatrical double act, popular since Qing times, with one player seated stage front and acting out the poem or song of the second player hidden at the back (also written 雙黄|双黄), double reed (as used in oboe or bassoon), an oboe or bassoon双簧 [shuang1 huang2]
a form or theatrical double act, popular since Qing times, with one player seated stage front and acting out the poem or song of the second player hidden at the back (also written 雙黄|双黄), double reed (as used in oboe or bassoon), an oboe or bassoon雙簧 [shuang1 huang2]
a player (of computer games)玩家 [wan2 jia1]
chess player棋手 [qi2 shou3]
DVD player影碟机 [ying3 die2 ji1]
DVD player影碟機 [ying3 die2 ji1]
Go Seigen (Go player)吳清源 [Wu2 Qing1 yuan2]
Go Seigen (Go player)吴清源 [Wu2 Qing1 yuan2]
gramophone, record player电唱 [dian4 chang4]
gramophone, record player电唱机 [dian4 chang4 ji1]
gramophone, record player电唱盘 [dian4 chang4 pan2]
gramophone, record player電唱 [dian4 chang4]
gramophone, record player電唱機 [dian4 chang4 ji1]
gramophone, record player電唱盤 [dian4 chang4 pan2]
hat trick (when one player scores three goals)帽子戏法 [mao4 zi5 xi4 fa3]
hat trick (when one player scores three goals)帽子戲法 [mao4 zi5 xi4 fa3]
MORI Yoshirō (1937-), Japanese rugby player and politician, prime minister 2000-2001, famous for numerous gaffes森喜朗 [Sen1 Xi3 lang3]
participant, protagonist, a player (in this affair)局中人 [ju2 zhong1 ren2]
player玩者 [wan2 zhe3]
player竞赛者 [jing4 sai4 zhe5]
player競賽者 [jing4 sai4 zhe5]
player (e.g. CD player)播放机 [bo1 fang4 ji1]
player (e.g. CD player)播放機 [bo1 fang4 ji1]
player of a stringed instrument琴师 [qin2 shi1]
player of a stringed instrument琴師 [qin2 shi1]
player of a stringed instrument琴手 [qin2 shou3]
player of the yu 竽 (free reed mouth organ)吹竽手 [chui1 yu2 shou3]
Song of the Pipa Player, long poem by Tang poet Bai Juyi 白居易琵琶行 [pi2 pa5 xing2]
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