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sīlìngguān commander
officer in charge

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        gōngsī, (business) company/company/firm/corporation/incorporated/CL:家[jiā]
        sījī, [司機], chauffeur/driver/CL:個|个[gè]
        Sī/sī, surname Si, to take charge of/to manage/department (under a ministry)
        shàngsi, boss/superior
        guānsi, lawsuit/CL:場|场[cháng]
        sīfǎ, judicial/(administration of) justice
        āsīpǐlín, aspirin (loanword)
        sīlìng, commanding officer
        àngsī, ounce (British imperial system) (loanword)
        Sīfǎbù, Ministry of Justice (PRC etc)/Justice Department (USA etc)
        dǎguānsi, to file a lawsuit/to sue/to dispute
        
        sīlìngguān, commander/officer in charge
        sīlìngbù, headquarters/military command center
        tǔsī, sliced bread (loanword from "toast")/government-appointed hereditary tribal head...
        yǒuxiàngōngsī, limited company/corporation
        bǎihuògōngsī, [百貨公司], department store
        zǒngsīlìng, [總司令], commander-in-chief/top military commander for a country or theater of operations
        zǐgōngsī, subsidiary company/subsidiary corporation
        zǒnggōngsī, [總公司], parent company/head office
        fēngōngsī, subsidiary company/branch office
        sīkōngjiànguàn, [司空見慣], a common occurrence (idiom)
        kuàguógōngsī, [跨國公司], transnational corporation/multinational corporation
        dǐngtóushàngsi, [頂頭上司], one's immediate superior
        
        mǔgōngsī, parent company
        
        
        sīzhǎng, [司長], bureau chief
        gǔfèngōngsī, joint-stock company
        Lǜzhèngsī, Department of Justice (Hong Kong)
        kāisīmǐ, [開司米], cashmere (loanword)
        sīfǎquán, [司法權], jurisdiction
        chīguānsī, to face legal action/to get sued
        píbāogōngsī, lit. briefcase company/dummy corporation/shell company/fly-by-night company
        
        
        
        sīlìngyuán, [司令員], commander
        gōngsīfǎ, corporations law
        
        Sīmǎ, [司馬], official post of minister of war in pre-han Chinese states/two-character surname...
        
        
        
        
        zhuānsī, [專司], specialist (responsible some task)
        
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        SīmǎQiān, [司馬遷], Sima Qian (145-86 BC), Han Dynasty historian, author of Records of the Grand His...
        
线         sīxiànyuán, [司線員], line judge (tennis etc)
        
        
        
        
        sīlú, [司爐], stoker (worker operating a coal fire, esp. for a steam engine)
        
        
        
        
        

        Líng/líng/lǐng/lìng, see 令狐[Líng hú], see 脊令[jí líng], classifier for a ream of paper, to order/to co...
        mìnglìng, order/command/CL:道[dào],個|个[gè]
        zhǐlìng, order/command/instruction
        xiàlìng, to give an order/to command
        xiàlìngyíng, [夏令營], summer camp
        
        sīlìng, commanding officer
        fǎlìng, decree/ordinance
        fāhàoshīlìng, [發號施令], to boss people around (idiom)
        jìnlìng, prohibition/ban
        kǒulìng, oral command/a word of command (used in drilling troops or gymnasts)/password (u...
        lìngrén, to cause sb (to do)/to make one (feel sth)/(used in constructing words for feeli...
        sīlìngguān, commander/officer in charge
        sīlìngbù, headquarters/military command center
        
        
        lìngzūn, Your esteemed father (honorific)
        xiānlìng, shilling (loanword)
        zǒngsīlìng, [總司令], commander-in-chief/top military commander for a country or theater of operations
        lìngrénfàzhǐ, [令人髮指], to make one's hair stand up in anger (idiom); to raise people's hackles
        lèlìng, to order/to force
        lìngrénmǎnyì, [令人滿意], satisfying/satisfactory
        lìngrénqīnpèi, [令人欽佩], admirable
        lìngrénzhènfèn, [令人振奮], inspiring/exciting/rousing
        
        
        fālìng, [發令], to issue an order
        chuánlìng, [傳令], to transmit an order
        jièyánlìng, [戒嚴令], martial law
        lìngréngǔwǔ, encouraging/heartening
        lìngláng, Your esteemed son (honorific)
        hàolìng, [號令], an order (esp. army)/bugle call expressing military order/verbal command
        xiàlìngshí, [夏令時], daylight saving time
        
        ràokǒulìng, [繞口令], tongue-twister
        
        
        
        zélìng, [責令], to order/to enjoin/to charge/to instruct sb to finish sth
        
        
        zhúkèlìng, the First Emperor's order to expel the foreigners/an order to expel guests/fig. ...
        BáilìngHǎixiá, [白令海峽], the Bering Strait (between Siberia and Alaska)
        
        
        
        lìngtáng, (honorific) your mother
        lìngài, [令愛], your precious daughter
        
        
        sīlìngyuán, [司令員], commander
        
        
        mìlìng, secret instruction/secret order
        
        
        
        
        BáilìngHǎi, Bering Sea
        jiǔlìng, wine-drinking game
        
        
        
        cílìng, [辭令], polite speech/diplomatic terms/rhetoric
        shílìng, [時令], season
        
        
        
        
        qiūlìng, autumn/autumn weather
        jūnlìngzhuàng, [軍令狀], military order
        
        
        
        fālìngqiāng, [發令槍], starting pistol
        zhènglìng, government decree
        
        
        lìngdì, honorable little brother
        
        lìngjiàn, arrow banner of command (archaic used as symbol of military authority)/fig. inst...
        
        xiàlìng, summer/summer weather
        xùnlìng, [訓令], order/instruction
        wéilìng, [違令], to disobey/to go against orders
        
        lìngxíngjìnzhǐ, lit. if he orders you go, he forbids you stop (idiom); fig. to demand exact comp...
        qiánglìng, [強令], to order by force/peremptory
        

        zhǎngguān, [長官], senior official/senior officer/commanding officer/CL:位[wèi]/sir (term of address...
        fǎguān, judge
        jǐngguān, constable/police officer
        Guān/guān, surname Guan, official/government/organ of body/CL:個|个[gè]
        jiǎncháguān, [檢察官], the prosecution (in a court case)
        zhǐhuīguān, [指揮官], commander
        qìguān, organ (part of body tissue)/apparatus
        guānsi, lawsuit/CL:場|场[cháng]
        guānyuán, [官員], official (in an organization or government)/administrator
        guānfāng, government/official (relating to a government office)
        jūnguān, [軍官], officer (military)
        shìguān, warrant officer/petty officer/noncommissioned officer (NCO)/Japanese military of...
        
        dǎguānsi, to file a lawsuit/to sue/to dispute
        
        zhízhèngguān, [執政官], consulate
        jiàoguān, military instructor
        sīlìngguān, commander/officer in charge
        guānliáo, bureaucrat/bureaucracy/bureaucratic
        gǎnguān, sense/sense organ
        
        wàijiāoguān, diplomat
        dàfǎguān, grand justice/high court justice/supreme court justice
        gāoguān, high official
        shēngguān, to get promoted
        guāndǐ, official residence
        fēiguānfāng, unofficial
        guānliáozhǔyì, [官僚主義], bureaucracy
        
        
        xìngqìguān, sexual organ
        guānbīng, officers and men
        wǔguān, five sense organs of TCM (nose, eyes, lips, tongue, ears 鼻目口舌耳)/facial features
        dìfāngguān, local official
        guānjiē, [官階], official rank
        pànguān, magistrate (during Tang and Song dynasties)/mythological underworld judge
        
        guānxián, [官銜], title/official rank
        
        guānnéng, function/capability/sense (i.e. the five senses of sight 視|视, hearing 聽|听, smell...
        
        
        chīguānsī, to face legal action/to get sued
        dǎguānqiāng, to talk officiously/to assume the air of a functionary/to talk in official jargo...
        
        kèguān, (polite appellation for a guest at a hotel etc)
        tānguān, [貪官], corrupt official/grasping functionary/greedy mandarin
        guānlì, bureaucrat/official
        dáguānguìrén, [達官貴人], high official and noble persons (idiom); the great and the good
        
        
        
        qīngguān, honest and upright official (traditional)
        xīnguānshàngrènsānbǎhuǒ, the new boss cracks the whip three times/a new broom sweeps clean/fig. vigorous ...
        dáguān, [達官], high ranking official
        
        
        guānfēi, lawsuit (from Cantonese)
        guānhuà, [官話], "officialese"/bureaucratic language/Mandarin
        
        guānzhí, [官職], an official position/a job in the bureaucracy
        
        guānchǎng, [官場], officialdom/bureaucracy
        guānchāi, official business/government workmen/odd-job men
        guānfǔ, authorities/feudal official
        guānhuàn, functionary/official
        guānjiàzi, putting on official airs
        huànguān, eunuch/functionary
        
        tānguānwūlì, [貪官污吏], grasping officials, corrupt mandarins (idiom); abuse and corruption
        
        wǔguān, military official/military attaché
        kǎoguān, an examiner/an official conducting an exam
        xiàoguān, military officer/ranked officer in Chinese army, divided into 大校, 上校, 中校, 少校
        jiàngguān, [將官], general
        
        
        
        
        guānzǐ, endgame (in go)
        
        
        guāndǎo, speculation by officials/profiteering by government employees/bureaucratic turpi...
        
        
        guānbàn, [官辦], government run/state enterprise
        
        guānyìn, official seal
        
        
        guānwèi, official post
        
        guānshǔ, official institution/state bureau
        bàguān, [罷官], dismiss from office
        
        shǐguān, scribe/court recorder/historian/historiographer
        Shàngguān/shàngguān, two-character surname Shangguan, high-ranking official/superior
        
        
        

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