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Results for: Manzhouli (city in Inner Mongolia)Translations 1 - 30 of 1885
 English Chinese
Manzhouli (city in Inner Mongolia)满洲里 [Man3 zhou1 li3]
Manzhouli (city in Inner Mongolia)滿洲裡 [Man3 zhou1 li3]
a city state (Greek polis)城邦 [cheng2 bang1]
a city wall城郭 [cheng2 guo1]
a dry moat outside a city wall, a dry ditch堭 [huang2]
a jetty, port, a city, quay埠 [bu4]
a second wall built around a city wall罗城 [luo2 cheng2]
a second wall built around a city wall羅城 [luo2 cheng2]
a street to the south of the Forbidden City that was the Legation quarter during the Boxer uprising东交民巷 [Dong1 jiao1 min2 xiang4]
a street to the south of the Forbidden City that was the Legation quarter during the Boxer uprising東交民巷 [Dong1 jiao1 min2 xiang4]
Aachen (city in Germany)亚琛 [Ya4 chen1]
Aachen (city in Germany)亞琛 [Ya4 chen1]
Abaga qi (place in Inner Mongolia)阿巴嘎旗 [A1 ba1 ga1 qi2]
Abidjan (city in the Ivory Coast)阿比讓 [A1 bi3 rang4]
Abidjan (city in the Ivory Coast)阿比让 [A1 bi3 rang4]
Acheng (city in Heilongjiang)阿城 [A1 cheng2]
Agadir (city in southwest Morocco)阿加迪尔 [A1 jia1 di2 er3]
Agadir (city in southwest Morocco)阿加迪爾 [A1 jia1 di2 er3]
Alashan ayimag city in Inner Mongolia阿拉善盟 [A1 la1 shan4 meng2]
Altai mountain chain on the border of Russia and Mongolia阿尔泰山脉 [A1 er3 tai4 shan1 mai4]
Altai mountain chain on the border of Russia and Mongolia阿爾泰山脈 [A1 er3 tai4 shan1 mai4]
Altay, a prefecture level city in Xinjiang阿勒泰 [A1 le4 tai4]
Altay, a prefecture level city in Xinjiang阿勒泰市 [A1 le4 tai4 shi4]
Anchorage (city in Alaska)安克雷奇 [An1 ke4 lei2 qi2]
ancient city name, happy, surname Bing邴 [bing3]
ancient city of Troy特洛伊 [Te4 luo4 yi1]
ancient name of Baoji city 寶雞|宝鸡 in Shaanxi陈仓 [Chen2 cang1]
ancient name of Baoji city 寶雞|宝鸡 in Shaanxi陳倉 [Chen2 cang1]
Anda (city in Heilongjiang)安达 [An1 da2]
Anda (city in Heilongjiang)安達 [An1 da2]
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