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to get up early早起 [zao3 qi3]
(set phrase) come early and leave late早來晚歸 [zao3 lai2 wan3 gui1]
(set phrase) come early and leave late早来晚归 [zao3 lai2 wan3 gui1]
a little early稍早 [shao1 zao3]
alliance with Russia (e.g. of early Chinese communists)联俄 [lian2 E2]
alliance with Russia (e.g. of early Chinese communists)聯俄 [lian2 E2]
anti-Qing, refers to the revolutionary movements in late 19th and early 20th century leading up to 1911 Xinhai revolution 辛亥革命反清 [fan3 qing1]
as early as possible儘早 [jin3 zao3]
as early as possible尽早 [jin3 zao3]
at the outset, at first, early开初 [kai1 chu1]
at the outset, at first, early開初 [kai1 chu1]
bakelite (early plastic), also written jiao1 mu4 膠木|胶木电木 [dian4 mu4]
bakelite (early plastic), also written jiao1 mu4 膠木|胶木電木 [dian4 mu4]
Chu Suiliang (596-659), one of Four Great Poets of early Tang 唐初四大家楮遂良 [Chu3 Sui4 liang2]
dawn, early morning (lit., when the sky gets bright)天明 [tian1 ming2]
dim light, early dawn薄明 [bo2 ming2]
Donatello (c. 1386-1466), Donato di Niccolò di Betto Bardi, famous early renaissance painter and sculptor多那太罗 [Duo1 na3 tai4 luo2]
Donatello (c. 1386-1466), Donato di Niccolò di Betto Bardi, famous early renaissance painter and sculptor多那太羅 [Duo1 na3 tai4 luo2]
early effect早期效应 [zao3 qi1 xiao4 ying4]
early effect早期效應 [zao3 qi1 xiao4 ying4]
early in the morning一清早 [yi1 qing1 zao3]
early in the morning凌晨 [ling2 chen2]
early in the morning大清早 [da4 qing1 zao3]
early morning早上 [zao3 shang5]
early morning早晨 [zao3 chen2]
early morning清晨 [qing1 chen2]
early or late, priority, in succession, one after another先后 [xian1 hou4]
early or late, priority, in succession, one after another先後 [xian1 hou4]
early part (of a decade, century etc), the first years初叶 [chu1 ye4]
early part (of a decade, century etc), the first years初葉 [chu1 ye4]
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