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wǔguān military official
military attaché

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        wǔqì, weapon/arms/CL:種|种[zhǒng]
        wǔzhuāng, [武裝], arms/equipment/to arm/military/armed (forces)
        wǔshì, warrior/samurai
        Wǔ/wǔ, surname Wu, martial/military
        héwǔqì, nuclear weapon
        wǔlì, military force
        wǔshù, [武術], military skill or technique (in former times)/all kinds of martial art sports (s...
        
        bǐwǔ, martial arts competition/tournament/to compete in a contest
        
        wǔlín, martial arts (social) circles
        Xiūwǔ, Xiuwu county in Jiaozuo 焦作[Jiāo zuò], Henan
        
        huàxuéwǔqì, [化學武器], chemical weapon
        wǔduàn, [武斷], arbitrary/subjective/dogmatic
        
        shēngwùwǔqì, biological weapon
        
        
        Wǔgōng/wǔgōng, Wugong County in Xianyang 咸陽|咸阳[Xián yáng], Shaanxi, Martial art/military achiev...
        
        yòngwǔzhīdì, ample scope for abilities/favorable position for the use of one's skills (idiom)
        
        
        héwǔ, nuclear weapon
        wǔshìdào, bushidō or way of the warrior, samurai code of chivalry
        wǔzhuānglìliàng, [武裝力量], armed force
        
        wǔyì, [武藝], martial art/military skill
        zhòngwǔqì, heavy weapon
        dòngwǔ, [動武], to use force/to come to blows
        
耀         yàowǔyángwēi, [耀武揚威], to show off one's military strength (idiom); to strut around/to bluff/to bluster
        qīngwǔqì, [輕武器], light weapon
        
        wǔzhuāngbùduì, [武裝部隊], armed forces
        
        
        
        
        
        wēiwǔ, might/formidable
        Wǔhàn, [武漢], Wuhan city on Changjiang, subprovincial city and capital of Hubei province
        
        
        
        
        xuánwǔyán, basalt (geology)/lava
        
        Tàiwǔ, Taiwu township in Pingtung County 屏東縣|屏东县[Píng dōng Xiàn], Taiwan
        
        
        Wǔchāng, Wuchang district of Wuhan city 武漢市|武汉市[Wǔ hàn shì], Hubei
        wǔdǎ, acrobatic fighting in Chinese opera or dance
        chángguīwǔqì, [常規武器], conventional weapon
        
        
        
        
        
        yīngxióngwúyòngwǔzhīdì, [英雄無用武之地], a hero with no chance of using his might/to have no opportunity to display one's...
        HóngWǔ, Hongwu Emperor, also written Hung-wu Ti, reign name of first Ming emperor Zhu Yu...
        
        
        
        
        shàngwǔ, to promote a martial spirit/to revere military skills/warlike
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        wǔjiàng, [武將], general/military leader/fierce man
        
        wǔguān, military official/military attaché
        
        
        yǒngwǔ, brave
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        Dàwǔ, Dawu or Tawu township in Taitung county 臺東縣|台东县[Tái dōng xiàn], southeast Taiwan
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        wénwǔ, civil and military
        
        
        
        héwǔkù, [核武庫], nuclear arsenal
        
        
        
        LúWǔxuàn, [盧武鉉], Roh Moo-hyun (1946-2009), South Korean lawyer and politician, president 2003-200...
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        Hánwǔjì, [寒武紀], Cambrian geological period (545-495m years ago)
        
        
        
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        huàwǔ, chemical weapon/abbr. for 化學武器|化学武器[huà xué wǔ qì]
        
        wǔxiá, [武俠], martial arts chivalry (Chinese literary, theatrical and cinema genre)/knight-err...
        
        
        
        
        
        
        dúwǔ, [黷武], militaristic/to use military force indiscriminately

        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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