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[兵權] bīngquán military leadership
military power

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        shìbīng, soldier/CL:個|个[gè]
        bīng, soldiers/a force/an army/weapons/arms/military/warlike/CL:個|个[gè]
        lǎobīng, veteran
        qíbīng, [騎兵], cavalry
        
        dāngbīng, [當兵], to serve in the army/to be a soldier
        xīnbīng, new (army) recruit
        wèibīng, [衛兵], guard/bodyguard
        bùbīng, infantry/foot/infantryman/foot soldier
        táobīng, army deserter
        mínbīng, people's militia/militia
        bīngtuán, [兵團], large military unit/formation/corps/army
        
        bīnglì, military strength/armed forces/troops
        bīngyíng, [兵營], military camp/barracks
        zhēngbīng, [徵兵], to levy troops/recruitment
        bīngyì, military service
        xiànbīng, [憲兵], military police
        shuǐbīng, enlisted sailor in navy
        zhēnchábīng, [偵察兵], a scout/spy
        bīngqì, weaponry/weapons/arms
        
        sǎnbīng, [傘兵], paratrooper
        tèzhǒngbīng, [特種兵], commando/special forces soldier
        pàobīng, artillery soldier/gunner
        shàobīng, sentinel
        qíbīng, troops appearing suddenly (in a raid or ambush)
        yuánbīng, reinforcement
        lièbīng, private (army)
        
        
        ànbīngbùdòng, [按兵不動], to hold back one's troops without moving (idiom); to bide one's time
        
        bīngmǎyǒng, [兵馬俑], figurines of warriors and horses buried with the dead/Terracotta Army (historic ...
        bīngbiàn, [兵變], mutiny
        bīngfǎ, art of war/military strategy and tactics
        
        
        zhǐshàngtánbīng, [紙上談兵], lit. military tactics on paper (idiom)/fig. theoretical discussion that is worse...
        guānbīng, officers and men
        zhìyuànbīng, [志願兵], volunteer soldier/CL:名[míng]
        yuèbīng, [閱兵], to review troops
        
        
        gōngbīng, military engineer
        
        sǎnbīng, loose and disorganized soldiers/stragglers/fig. a loner
        pàibīng, to dispatch troops
        chūbīng, send troops
        bīnggōngchǎng, [兵工廠], munitions factory
        
        jīngbīng, elite troops
        zhòngbīng, massive military force
        fúbīng, hidden troops/ambush
        xiànbīngduì, [憲兵隊], the Kempeitai or Japanese Military Police 1881-1945 (Japanese counterpart of the...
        dàibīng, [帶兵], to lead troops
        zhāobīngmǎimǎ, [招兵買馬], to recruit soldiers and buy horses (idiom); to raise a large army/fig. to expand...
        kōngjiàngbīng, paratroopers
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        duǎnbīngxiāngjiē, lit. short-weaponed soldiery fight one another (idiom); fierce hand-to-hand infa...
        
        qínwùbīng, [勤務兵], army orderly
        
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        sǎnbīngyóuyǒng, [散兵遊勇], lit. straggling and disbanded soldiers (idiom); fig. disorganized uncoordinated ...
        biāobīng, [標兵], parade guards (usually spaced out along parade routes)/example/model/pacesetter
        
        bīngmǎ, [兵馬], troops and horses/military forces
        
        zēngbīng, to reinforce/to increase troop numbers/reinforcements/extra troops
        chèbīng, withdraw troops/retreat
        cánbīngbàijiàng, [殘兵敗將], ruined army, defeated general (idiom); scattered remnants
        bīngróngxiāngjiàn, [兵戎相見], to meet on the battlefield (idiom)
        zhāobīng, to recruit soldiers
        
        bīngyuán, [兵員], soldiers/troops
        
        shàngděngbīng, private first class (army rank)
        
        
        
        
        xiānlǐhòubīng, [先禮後兵], peaceful measures before using force (idiom); diplomacy before violence/jaw-jaw ...
        Qīngbīng, Qing troops/Manchu soldiers
        bīnghuāngmǎluàn, [兵荒馬亂], soldiers munity and troops rebel (idiom); turmoil and chaos of war
        bīngquán, [兵權], military leadership/military power
        
        
        
        bīngshì, ordinary soldier
        
        
        
        
        diàobīngqiǎnjiàng, [調兵遣將], to move an army and send a general (idiom); to deploy an army/to send a team on ...
        
        chénbīng, [陳兵], to deploy troops/to mass troops
        bīngchuán, man-of-war/naval vessel/warship
        
        Bīngjiā/bīngjiā, the School of the Military, one of the Hundred Schools of Thought 諸子百家|诸子百家[zhū ...
        bīngyuán, manpower resources (for military service)/sources of troops
        
        Hóngwèibīng, [紅衛兵], Red Guard(s) (during the Cultural Revolution, 1966-1976)
        
        bīnglínchéngxià, [兵臨城下], soldiers at the city walls (idiom); fig. at a critical juncture
        shōubīng, to retreat/to withdraw troops/to recall troops/fig. to finish work/to wind up/to...
        
        
        
        bīngqiángmǎzhuàng, [兵強馬壯], strong soldiers and sturdy horses/a well-trained and powerful army
        
        
        
        
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        bānbīng, to call for reinforcements/to bring in troops
        
        
        
        páitóubīng, [排頭兵], lit. frontline troops/leader/trailblazer/pacesetter
        
        
        
        liànbīng, [練兵], to drill troops/army training
        bīngzú, soldiers/troops
        bīngróng, arms/weapons
        bīngzhǒng, [兵種], (military) branch of the armed forces
        
        Bīngkùxiàn, [兵庫縣], Hyōgo prefecture in the midwest of Japan's main island Honshū 本州[Běn zhōu]
        
        
        
        
        
        

        quánlì, [權利], power/right/privilege
        quán, [權], authority/power/right/temporary
        quánlì, [權力], power/authority
        huòmiǎnquán, [豁免權], diplomatic immunity/immunity from prosecution
        shòuquán, [授權], to authorize
        tèquán, [特權], prerogative/privilege/privileged
        quánwēi, [權威], authority/authoritative/power and prestige
        wúquán, [無權], no right/no entitlement/powerless
        jiānhùquán, [監護權], custody (of a child)
        quánxiàn, [權限], limits to authority/scope of one's jurisdiction
        rénquán, [人權], human rights
        zhèngquán, [政權], regime/political power
        qìquán, [棄權], to abstain from voting/to forfeit/to waive one's right to vote/to abdicate
        zhǎngquán, [掌權], to wield (political etc) power/be in power
        quányì, [權益], rights and benefits
        
        kòngzhìquán, [控制權], control (e.g. to win control)/controlling right
        quánshì, [權勢], power/influence
        quánquán, [全權], full powers/total authority/plenipotentiary powers
        nǚquán, [女權], women's rights
        suǒyǒuquán, [所有權], ownership/possession/property rights/title (to property)
        zhíquán, [職權], authority/power over others
        dàquán, [大權], power/authority
        fāyánquán, [發言權], the right of speech
        bǎnquán, [版權], copyright
        Mínquán/mínquán, [民權], Minquan county in Shangqiu 商丘[Shāng qiū], Henan, civil liberties
        quánhéng, [權衡], to weigh/to consider/to assess/to balance/to trade-off
        
        chǎnquán, [產權], property right
        jìchéngquán, [繼承權], right of inheritance
        gǔquán, [股權], equity shares/stock right
        tóupiàoquán, [投票權], suffrage/right to vote
        zhǔquán, [主權], sovereignty
        yuèquán, [越權], to go beyond one's authority/arrogation
        gōngmínquán, [公民權], civil rights/citizenship rights
        
        
        yǐnsīquán, [隱私權], privacy right
        xuǎnjǔquán, [選舉權], suffrage
        qīnquán, [侵權], to infringe the rights of/to violate/infringement
        duóquán, [奪權], to seize power
        
        
        quányízhījì, [權宜之計], plan of convenience (idiom); stop-gap measure/makeshift stratagem/interim step
        
        tǒngzhìquán, [統治權], sovereignty/dominion/dominance
        quánzhàng, [權杖], scepter
        dāngquán, [當權], to hold power
        qiángquán, [強權], power/might
        
        wángquán, [王權], royalty/royal power
        quánguì, [權貴], influential officials/bigwigs
        zhuānlìquán, [專利權], patent right
        
        quánbǐng, [權柄], authority
使         shǐyòngquán, [使用權], usage rights
        zìzhǔquán, [自主權], ability to make one's own decisions
        
        
        lǐngdǎoquán, [領導權], leadership authority
        
        jūliúquán, [居留權], right of abode (law)
        sīfǎquán, [司法權], jurisdiction
        qīquán, [期權], option
        zhàiquánrén, [債權人], creditor
        cuànquán, [篡權], to usurp power
        
        
        bàquán, [霸權], hegemony/supremacy
        
        
        zhàiquán, [債權], creditor's rights (law)
        fǒujuéquán, [否決權], veto power
        
        
        jíquán, [極權], totalitarian
        cáichǎnquán, [財產權], property rights
        
        jíquánzhǔyì, [極權主義], totalitarianism
        shénquán, [神權], divine right (of kings)
        quánwēixìng, [權威性], authoritative/(having) authority
        quánshù, [權術], art of politics/political tricks (often derog.)/power play/to play at politics/u...
        shěnpànquán, [審判權], jurisdiction/judicial authority
        
        
        zhīpèiquán, [支配權], authority to dispose of sth
        
        
        zhùzuòquán, [著作權], copyright
        
        
        
        
        wéiquán, [維權], to defend (legal) rights
        biǎojuéquán, [表決權], right to vote/vote
        quánwèi, [權位], power and position (politics)
        
        
        
        quánquándàibiǎo, [全權代表], a plenipotentiary (representative)
        
        bīngquán, [兵權], military leadership/military power
        zhēngquánduólì, [爭權奪利], scramble for power and profit (idiom); power struggle
        
        jíquán, [集權], centralized power (history), e.g. under an Emperor or party
        quánnéng, [權能], power
        quánmóu, [權謀], trickery/tactics
        
        
        
        zhōngyāngjíquán, [中央集權], centralized state power
        
        bǎnquányè, [版權頁], copyright page
        
        
        
        
        
        
        shòuquán, [受權], authorized/entrusted (with authority)
        
        
        
        
        
        huángquán, [皇權], imperial power
        yǒuquán, [有權], to have the right to/to be entitled to/to have authority/powerful
        yǐquánmóusī, [以權謀私], to use one's position for personal gain (idiom)
        
        
        sàngquánrǔguó, [喪權辱國], to forfeit sovereignty and humiliate the country (idiom)/to surrender territory ...
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        quánqiě, [權且], temporarily/for the time being
        
        
        dāngquánpài, [當權派], persons or faction in authority
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        shìquán, [事權], position/authority/responsibility
        
        
        
        
        
        wēiquán, [威權], authority/power
        
        
        

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