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[開爾文] Kāiěrwén Lord Kelvin 1824-1907, British physicist (William Thomson)
Kelvin (temperature scale)

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        kāishǐ, [開始], to begin/beginning/to start/initial/CL:個|个[gè]
        kāi, [開], to open/to start/to turn on/to boil/to write out (a prescription, check, invoice...
        líkāi, [離開], to depart/to leave
        kāixīn, [開心], to feel happy/to rejoice/to have a great time/to make fun of sb
        dǎkāi, [打開], to open/to show (a ticket)/to turn on/to switch on
        kāiqiāng, [開槍], to open fire/to shoot a gun
        fàngkāi, [放開], to unleash/to release
        kāiwánxiào, [開玩笑], to play a joke/to make fun of/to joke
        kāichē, [開車], to drive a car
        zǒukāi, [走開], to go somewhere else/Get out of the way!
        kāimén, [開門], open (the) door
        fēnkāi, [分開], to separate/to part
        kāichú, [開除], to expel
        kāikǒu, [開口], to open one's mouth/to start to talk
        gǔnkāi, [滾開], to boil (of liquid)/boiling hot/Get out!/Go away!/fuck off (rude)
        gōngkāi, [公開], public/to publish/to make public
        kāihuǒ, [開火], to open fire
        jiěkāi, [解開], to untie/to undo
        kāihuì, [開會], to hold a meeting/to attend a meeting
        kāitóu, [開頭], beginning
        zhǎnkāi, [展開], to unfold/to carry out/to be in full swing/to launch
        kāifàng, [開放], to bloom/to open/to be open (to the public)/to open up (to the outside)/to be op...
        chǎngkāi, [敞開], to open wide/unrestrictedly
        bìkāi, [避開], to avoid/to evade/to keep away from
        kāichǎng, [開場], to begin/to open/to start/beginning of an event
        kāitong, [開通], to open up (windows for air, ideas for discussion, transport routes etc)/open-mi...
        kāipāi, [開拍], to begin shooting (a film)
        zhāngkāi, [張開], to open up/to spread/to extend
        kāifā, [開發], to exploit (a resource)/to open up (for development)/to develop
        kāigōng, [開工], to begin work (of a factory or engineering operation)/to start a construction jo...
        shǎnkāi, [閃開], to get out of the way
        duǒkāi, [躲開], to stay out of (hot water, trouble, awkward situation etc)/to avoid (sb)
        kāitíng, [開庭], to begin a (judicial) court session
        kāiqǐ, [開啟], to open
        ràngkāi, [讓開], to get out of the way/to step aside
        kāizhàn, [開戰], to start a war/to make war/to battle against
        
        lākāi, [拉開], to pull open/to pull apart/to space out/to increase
        sōngkāi, [鬆開], to release/to let go/to loosen/to untie/to come loose
        kāidòng, [開動], to start/to set in motion/to move/to march/to dig in (eating)/to tuck in (eating...
        zhàokāi, [召開], to convene (a conference or meeting)/to convoke/to call together
        kāizhāng, [開張], to open a business/first transaction of a business day
        kāiguān, [開關], power switch/to open a gate
        pāokāi, [拋開], to throw out/to get rid of
        
        jiēkāi, [揭開], to uncover/to open
        sànkāi, [散開], to separate/to disperse
        kāiwèi, [開胃], to whet the appetite/appetizing/to amuse oneself at sb's expense/to tease
        
        kāizhī, [開支], expenditures/pay/expenses/CL:筆|笔[bǐ]
        kāiduān, [開端], start/beginning
        kāiyè, [開業], to open a business/to open a practice/open (for business)
        kāichéngbùgōng, [開誠佈公]/[開誠布公], variant of 開誠布公|开诚布公[kāi chéng bù gōng], lit. deal sincerely and fairly (idiom);...
        tuīkāi, [推開], to push open (a gate etc)/to push away/to reject/to decline
        kāijià, [開價], to quote a price/seller's first offer
        chāikāi, [拆開], to dismantle/to disassemble/to open up (sth sealed)/to unpick
        líbukāi, [離不開], inseparable/inevitably linked to
        lièkāi, [裂開], to split open
        kāixiāo, [開銷], expenses
        kāizhǎn, [開展], (begin to) develop/unfold/to start/to launch/to open/to carry out
        
        kāixué, [開學], foundation of a University or College/school opening/the start of a new term
        kāichuàng, [開創], to initiate/to start/to found
        kāimùshì, [開幕式], opening ceremony
        kāifàn, [開飯], to serve a meal
        kāikuò, [開闊], wide/open (spaces)/to open up
        kāiménjiànshān, [開門見山], lit. to open the door and see the mountain; fig. to get right to the point (idio...
        kāijī, [開機], to start an engine/to boot up (a computer)/to press Ctrl-Alt-Delete/to begin sho...
        kāichǎngbái, [開場白], prologue of play/opening remarks/preamble (of speeches, articles etc)
        kāituō, [開脫], to exculpate/to absolve/to exonerate
        kāihuā, [開花], to bloom/to blossom/to flower/fig. to burst open/to feel happy or elated/new dev...
        kāimù, [開幕], to open (a conference)/to inaugurate
        Kāiluó, [開羅], Cairo, capital of Egypt
        shuǎikāi, [甩開], to shake off/to get rid of
        
        chuánkāi, [傳開], (of news) to spread/to get around
        kāilǎng, [開朗], spacious and well-lit/open and clear/to open out (onto a wider vista)/optimistic...
        piēkāi, [撇開], to disregard/to leave aside
        kāipào, [開砲], to open fire
        
        kāichuán, [開船], to set sail
        kāibàn, [開辦], to open/to start (a business etc)/to set up
        kāicǎi, [開採], to extract (ore or other resource from a mine)/to exploit/to mine
        fānkāi, [翻開], to open up
        kāilù, [開路], to open up a path/to make one's way through/to construct a road/(electricity) op...
        bùkěkāijiāo, [不可開交], to be awfully (busy etc)
        gōngkāisài, [公開賽], championship
        kāifāshāng, [開發商], developer (of real estate, a commercial product etc)
        
        kāidāo, [開刀], to perform or have an operation/to operate on or to be operated on
        KāimànQúndǎo, [開曼群島], Cayman Islands
        kāishè, [開設], to offer (goods or services)/to open (for business etc)
        yìxiǎngtiānkāi, [異想天開], to imagine the wildest thing/to indulge in fantasy
        shèngkāi, [盛開], blooming/in full flower
        xúnkāixīn, [尋開心], to make fun of/to seek diversion
        kāijú, [開局], opening (chess etc)/early stage of game, match, work, activity etc
        kāiqiào, [開竅], to get it straight/to start to understand things properly/enlightenment dawns
        
        
        kāiyǎn, [開演], (of a play, movie etc) to begin
        kāimíng, [開明], enlightened/open-minded/enlightenment
怀         kāihuái, [開懷], to one's heart's content/without restraint
        duànkāi, [斷開], to break/to sever/to turn off (electric switch)
        kāizǒu, [開走], to go (of car, train etc)/to drive off
        kāituò, [開拓], to break new ground (for agriculture)/to open up (a new seam)/to develop (border...
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        kāituòzhě, [開拓者], pioneer
        kāipì, [開闢], to open up/to set up/to establish
        xiānkāi, [掀開], to lift open/to tear open
        kāisài, [開賽], to start a match/the kick-off
        kāiyǎn, [開眼], to open one's eyes/to widen one's horizons
        
        kāidǎo, [開導], to talk sb round/to straighten sth out/to enlighten
        xìnkǒukāihé, [信口開河], to speak without thinking (idiom)/to blurt sth out
        kāishuǐ, [開水], boiled water/boiling water
        kāiwài, [開外], over and above (some amount)/beyond (budget)
        Mǐkāilǎngjīluó, [米開朗基羅], Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475-1564), renaissance painter and sculptor
        
        kāitiānchuāng, [開天窗], to leave a blank to mark censored area
        wǎngkāiyīmiàn, [網開一面], open the net on one side (idiom); let the caged bird fly/to give one's opponent ...
        bōkāi, [撥開], to push aside/to part/to brush away
        
        kāixiǎochāi, [開小差], to be absent-minded/to desert/to abscond from the army/absent without leave (AWO...
        chàkāi, [岔開], to diverge/to branch off the road/to change (the subject)
        kāihuà, [開化], civilized/to have laws and culture/to civilize/the process of becoming civilized
        kāihù, [開戶], to open an account (bank etc)
        kāishì, [開釋], to release (a prisoner)
        bāikāi, [掰開], to pull apart/to pry open with the hands
        
        kāizúmǎlì, [開足馬力], to accelerate at full power (idiom); at full speed/fig. to work as hard as possi...
        chúkāi, [除開], besides/except/to get rid of (sb)/(math.) to divide
        
        kāitiānpìdì, [開天闢地], to split heaven and earth apart (idiom); refers to the Pangu 盤古|盘古[Pán gǔ] creat...
        kāipiān, [開篇], start of literary work/opening song of ballad in Tanci style 彈詞|弹词[tán cí]
        kāifàngxìng, [開放性], openness
        kāiyèchē, [開夜車], to burn the midnight oil/to work late into the night
        pīkāi, [劈開], to cleave/to split open/to spread open (fingers, legs)
        kāikè, [開課], school begins/give a course/teach a subject
        kāifángjiān, [開房間], to take a hotel room/to rent a room
        kāiguó, [開國], to found a state/to open a closed country
        kāichūn, [開春], beginning of spring/the lunar New Year
        kāiēn, [開恩], to give a favor (used of Christian God)
        Kāifēng, [開封], Kaifeng prefecture level city in Henan, old capital of Northern Song, former pro...
        kāihòumén, [開後門], to open the back door/fig. under the counter/to do a secret or dishonest deal/to...
        Kāipǔdūn, [開普敦], Cape Town (city in South Africa)
        diūkāi, [丟開], to cast or put aside/to forget for a while
        
        huòránkāilǎng, [豁然開朗], suddenly opens up to a wide panorama (idiom); to come to a wide clearing/fig. ev...
        Kāiěrwén, [開爾文], Lord Kelvin 1824-1907, British physicist (William Thomson)/Kelvin (temperature s...
        xiǎngkāi, [想開], to get over (a shock, bereavement etc)/to avoid dwelling on unpleasant things/to...
        kāiliè, [開裂], to split open/to dehisce (of fruit or cotton bolls, to split open)
        kāidāngkù, [開襠褲], open pants (for infants before toilet training)
        kāiwā, [開挖], to dig out/to excavate/to scoop out
        kāifù, [開赴], (of troops) to depart for/to head for
        kāijiān, [開間], alcove/bay in a room/unit of length used for rooms, approx. 3.3 meters
        kāidào, [開道], to clear the way
        chīdekāi, [吃得開], to be popular/to be getting on well/much in demand
        
        kāisīmǐ, [開司米], cashmere (loanword)
        
        kāiménhóng, [開門紅], a good beginning
        bākāi, [扒開], to push aside
        zuǒyòukāigōng, [左右開弓], lit. to shoot from both sides (idiom)/fig. to display ambidexterity/to slap with...
        kāizáo, [開鑿], to cut (a canal, tunnel, well etc)
        kāikuàichē, [開快車], an express train sets off/fig. to work in haste/to rush
        gōngkāihuà, [公開化], to publicize/openness (of government, PRC equivalent of 'glasnost')
        
        kāikěn, [開墾], to clear a wild area for cultivation/to put under the plow
        
        
        máosèdùnkāi, [茅塞頓開], murky darkness suddenly opens (idiom); a sudden flash of insight and all is clea...
        
        kāifāqū, [開發區], development zone
        
        xǐxiàoyánkāi, [喜笑顏開], face covered in smiles (idiom); beaming with happiness
        dòngkāi, [洞開], to be wide open
        kāibá, [開拔], to set out (of troops)/departure/start date (of military expedition)
        
        kāiguō, [開鍋], a pot boils
        kāilùxiānfēng, [開路先鋒], pioneer/trailbreaker
        zhànkāi, [綻開], to burst forth
        
        
        
        kāikuàng, [開礦], to mine/to open a seam
        kāipán, [開盤], to commence trading (stock market)
        kāiqiāng, [開腔], to speak out/to start speaking
        kāihuāng, [開荒], to open up land (for agriculture)
        xiǎngdekāi, [想得開], to not take to heart/to be free of worried thoughts/to adopt a lighthearted pers...
        kāichuàngxìng, [開創性], innovative
        kāipíng, [開屏], (a peacock) spreads its tail
        
绿         kāilǜdēng, [開綠燈], to give the green light/to give the go-ahead
        cuòkāi, [錯開], to stagger (times)
        
        kāishān, [開山], to cut into a mountain (to open a mine)/to open a monastery
        kāishì, [開市], to open a store for business
        
        gōngkāixìn, [公開信], open letter
        
        báikāishuǐ, [白開水], plain boiled water
        xiǎngbukāi, [想不開], cannot figure out/to be unable to take a lighter view/to take things too hard/to...
        
        Lánkāisītè, [蘭開斯特], Lancaster
        
        liāokai, [撩開], to push aside (clothing, curtain etc) to reveal something/to toss aside
        qíkāidéshèng, [旗開得勝], lit. to win a victory on raising the flag (idiom); fig. to start on sth and have...
        
        chībukāi, [吃不開], be unpopular/won't work
        
        
        
        Nánkāi, [南開], Nankai district of Tianjin municipality 天津市[Tiān jīn shì]
        kāijiǎng, [開講], to begin a lecture/to start on a story
        
        xiàozhúyánkāi, [笑逐顏開], smile spread across the face (idiom); beaming with pleasure/all smiles/joy writt...
        kāixiǎozào, [開小灶], lit. to turn on a private oven/to get special attention
        tuōkāi, [脫開], to withdraw
        píkāiròuzhàn, [皮開肉綻], flesh lacerated from corporal punishment (idiom)
        duìkāi, [對開], running in opposite direction (buses, trains, ferries etc)
        
        
        kāipiào, [開票], to open ballot boxes/to count votes/to make out a voucher or invoice etc/to writ...
        bàngōngkāi, [半公開], semi-overt/more or less open
        
        kāijīn, [開金], carated gold (alloy containing stated proportion of gold)
        Kāiyuǎn, [開遠], Kaiyuan county level city in Honghe Hani and Yi autonomous prefecture, Yunnan
        
        
        jìwǎngkāilái, [繼往開來], to follow the past and herald the future (idiom); part of a historical transitio...
        
        
        tiěshùkāihuā, [鐵樹開花], lit. the iron tree blooms (idiom)/a highly improbable or extremely rare occurren...
        Kāipíng, [開平], Kaiping county level city in Jiangmen 江門|江门, Guangdong/Kaiping district of Tangs...
        
        
        
        
        
        kāituòxìng, [開拓性], pioneering/groundbreaking
        
        
        
        kāimùcí, [開幕詞], opening speech (at a conference)
        chóngkāi, [重開], to reopen
        
        
        kāifāng, [開方], to extract a square root
        kāiběn, [開本], format (page layout for printing)
        kāilú, [開爐], to open a furnace/to start up a furnace
        
        
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        kāitáng, [開堂], to open a law court/to set up a mourning hall
        kāijuàn, [開卷], to open a book/open-book (exam)
        
        
        
        biàndìkāihuā, [遍地開花], to blossom everywhere/to spring up all over the place/to flourish on a large sca...
        biékāishēngmiàn, [別開生面], to start sth new or original (idiom); to break a new path/to break fresh ground
        
        
        kāidàochē, [開倒車], to drive in reverse/fig. to take a backward step/retrogressive/trying to turn th...
        
        
        
        lèkāihuā, [樂開花], to burst with joy
        
        
        
        
        
        
        kāisuǒ, [開鎖], to unlock
        Kāiyáng, [開陽], zeta Ursae Majoris in the Big Dipper/Kaiyang county in Guiyang 貴陽|贵阳[Guì yáng], ...
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        

        ěr, [尒]/[爾], variant of 爾|尔[ěr], thus/so/like that/you/thou
        Bǐěr, [比爾], Bill (name)
        Fúěrmósī, [福爾摩斯], Sherlock Holmes, 歇洛克・福爾摩斯|歇洛克・福尔摩斯[Xiē luò kè · Fú ěr mó sī]
        Kǎěr, [卡爾], Karl (name)
        
        
        Àiěrlán, [愛爾蘭], Ireland
        Màikèěr, [邁克爾], Michael (name)
        ǒuěr, [偶爾], occasionally/once in a while/sometimes
        Cháěrsī, [查爾斯], Charles
        
        
        gāoěrfū, [高爾夫], golf (loanword)
        
        Dānníěr, [丹尼爾], Daniel (name)
        
        
        
        Hèěr, [赫爾], Hull (name)/Kingston upon Hull
        Mǎxiēěr, [馬歇爾], Marshall (name)/George Catlett Marshall (1880-1959), US general in WWII and Secr...
        Mǐxiēěr, [米歇爾], Michel or Mitchell (name)/George Mitchell (1933-), US Democratic party politicia...
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        Dàiěr, [戴爾], Dell
        gāoěrfūqiú, [高爾夫球], golf/golf ball
        huáěrzī, [華爾茲], waltz (dance) (loanword)
        héěrméng, [荷爾蒙], hormone (loanword)/see 激素[jī sù]
        Xīnàoěrliáng, [新奧爾良], New Orleans, Louisiana
        
        Bèiěr, [貝爾], Bell (person name)
        
        Móěr/móěr, [摩爾], Moore or Moor (name)/see also 摩爾人|摩尔人[Mó ěr rén], mole (chemistry)
        Āěrbāníyà, [阿爾巴尼亞], Albania
        Bāěrdìmó, [巴爾的摩], Baltimore (place name, surname etc)
        Xīěr, [希爾], Hill (name)/Christopher Hill, US undersecretary of state of East Asian affairs
        Kēěr, [科爾], Kohl (name)/Helmut Kohl (1930-), German CDU politician, Chancellor 1982-1998
        HuáěrJiē, [華爾街], Wall Street, New York/by extension, American big business
        Wēiěrxùn, [威爾遜], Wilson (name)
        
        Sàěrwǎduō, [薩爾瓦多], El Salvador
        
        
        
        
        
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        Lǐěr, [里爾], Lille (city in France)
        Méngtèlìěr, [蒙特利爾], Montreal city in Quebec, Canada
        
        
        
        Gàiěr, [蓋爾], Gaelic/Geier or Gayer (name)
        
        Níěrsēn, [尼爾森], Nielsen or Nelson (name)
西         Qièěrxī, [切爾西], Chelsea
        Lāěrfū, [拉爾夫], Ralph (name)
        ānjíěr, [安吉爾], angel (loanword)
        
        
        Suǒěr, [索爾], Thor (Norse god of thunder)
        
        
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        gāoěrfūqiúchǎng, [高爾夫球場], golf course
        
        
        
        
        
        
        Cháěrsīdùn, [查爾斯頓], Charleston
        NuòbèiěrJiǎng, [諾貝爾獎], Nobel Prize
        Mìěrwòjī, [密爾沃基], Milwaukee (city)
        āěrfǎ, [阿爾法], alpha (Greek letter Αα)
        
        
        Wéijíěr, [維吉爾], Virgil or Vergilius (70-19 BC), Roman poet and author of the Aeneid 埃涅阿斯紀|埃涅阿斯纪[...
        Yīgēěr, [伊戈爾], Igor
        
        
        Mòěrběn, [墨爾本], Melbourne, Australia
        Nàěrxùn, [納爾遜], Horatio Nelson (1758-1805), British naval hero
        
        Nuòbèiěr, [諾貝爾], Nobel (Prize)
        Dáěrwén, [達爾文], Charles Darwin (1809-1882), British biologist and author of "On the Origin of Sp...
        Wēiěrshì, [威爾士], Wales, constituent nation of UK
        
        
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        Sīdégēěrmó, [斯德哥爾摩], Stockholm, capital of Sweden
        Hǎiěr, [海爾], Haier (PRC household appliance brand)/Hale (name)
        
        Wòěrmǎ, [沃爾瑪], Wal-Mart, Walmart (retailer)
        
        
        Kǎnbèiěr, [坎貝爾], Campbell (name)
        
        
        
        
        
        Píāiěr, [皮埃爾], Pierre (name)
        
        
        
        Niǔkǎsīěr, [紐卡斯爾], Newcastle (place name)
        
        Nàshíwéiěr, [納什維爾], Nashville, capital of Tennessee
        
        
        Kāngnàiěr, [康奈爾], Cornell (US University)
        Kèshímǐěr, [克什米爾], Kashmir
        
        Bǎoěr, [保爾], Paul (name)
        
        
        Bùlǔsàiěr, [布魯塞爾], Brussels, capital of Belgium
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        Bùlǐsītuōěr, [布里斯托爾], Bristol port city in southwest England
        
        
        Sàěr, [薩爾], Saarland
        Sāimúěr, [塞繆爾], Samuel (name)
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        Kābùěr, [喀布爾], Kabul, capital of Afghanistan
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        Bèiěrgéláidé, [貝爾格萊德], Belgrade, capital of Serbia
        
        
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        jíěrdá, [吉爾達], gelada (Theropithecus gelada), Ethiopian herbivorous monkey similar to baboon
        
        Bōěrduō, [波爾多], Bordeaux
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        Níbóěr, [尼泊爾], Nepal
        
        bōěrkǎ, [波爾卡], polka (dance) (loanword)
        Sīpǔlínfēiěrdé, [斯普林菲爾德], Springfield
        
        
        Fáněrsài, [凡爾賽], Versailles (near Paris)
        
        Jiāěrgèdá, [加爾各答], Calcutta (India)
        XīnHǎnbùshíěrzhōu, [新罕布什爾州], New Hampshire, US state
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        Huòěr, [霍爾], Hall (name)
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        Āěrcíhǎimò, [阿爾茨海默], Alois Alzheimer (1864-1915), German psychiatrist and neuropathologist
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        Ābèiěr, [阿貝爾], Niels Henrik Abel (1802-1829), Norwegian mathematician/(math.) abelian
        Fúěrtài, [伏爾泰], Voltaire (1694-1778), Enlightenment philosopher
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        Wūěrmǔ, [烏爾姆], Ulm (city in Germany)
        
        
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        Mòěrsī, [莫爾斯], Morse (name)
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        Wòěrwò, [沃爾沃], Volvo (Swedish car company)
        
        
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        BāěrgānBàndǎo, [巴爾幹半島], Balkan Peninsula
        
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        KāěrbāqiānShānmài, [喀爾巴阡山脈], Carpathian Mountains, 1500-km mountain range in Central and Eastern Europe
        
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        kǎtèěr, [卡特爾], cartel (loanword)
        
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        Lāmǔsīfēiěrdé, [拉姆斯菲爾德], (Donald) Rumsfeld, secretary of Defense
        
        
        
        
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        Tuōěrjīn, [托爾金], J.R.R. Tolkien (1892-1973), British philologist and author of fantasy fiction su...
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