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[高爾夫球場] gāoěrfūqiúchǎng golf course

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        gāoxìng, [高興], happy/glad/willing (to do sth)/in a cheerful mood
        Gāo/gāo, surname Gao, high/tall/above average/loud/your (honorific)
        gāozhōng/gāozhòng, senior high school/abbr. for 高級中學|高级中学[gāo jí zhōng xué], congrats! (on passing ...
        
        gāojí, [高級], high level/high grade/advanced/high-ranking
        tígāo, to raise/to increase
        gāodù, height/altitude/elevation/high degree/highly/CL:個|个[gè]
        gāoěrfū, [高爾夫], golf (loanword)
        gāoshǒu, expert/past master/dab hand
        gāocháo, high tide/high water/upsurge/climax/orgasm/chorus (part of a song)
        gāosù, high speed
        gāoshàng, noble/lofty/refined/exquisite
        gāogēnxié, high-heeled shoes
        gāoguì, [高貴], grandeur/noble
        gāocéng, [高層], high level/high class
        shēngāo, (a person's) height
        gāoěrfūqiú, [高爾夫球], golf/golf ball
        gāosùgōnglù, expressway/highway/freeway
        gāozhōngshēng, senior high school student
        gāodàng, [高檔], superior quality/high grade/top grade
        Gāomíng/gāomíng, Gaoming district of Foshan city 佛山市[Fó shān shì], Guangdong, brilliant/superior/...
        gāosùlù, highway/expressway/same as 高速公路[gāo sù gōng lù]
        táigāo, to raise (price etc)
        gāodà, tall/lofty
        shēnggāo, [昇高], to raise/to ascend
        chónggāo, majestic/sublime
        gāoyīn, high pitch/soprano/treble
        gāokōng, high altitude
        gāofēng, peak/summit/height
        gāoyǎ, dainty/elegance/elegant
        gāoxiào, universities and colleges/abbr. for 高等學校|高等学校
        gāoyú, [高於], greater than/to exceed
        gāoào, arrogant/haughty/proud
        gāodì, highland/upland
        gāowēn, [高溫], high temperature
        gāozhǎng, [高漲], to surge up/to rise/(of tensions etc) to run high
        gāochāo, excellent/superlative
        
        gāolìdài, [高利貸], loan shark/high-interest loan/usury
        gāochù, [高處], high place/elevation
        gāoyā, [高壓], high pressure/high-handed
        yuǎnzǒugāofēi, [遠走高飛], to go far/to escape to faraway places
        gāogāozàishàng, set up on high (idiom); not in touch with reality/aloof and remote
        gāohū, to shout loudly
        gāoěrfūqiúchǎng, [高爾夫球場], golf course
        
        gāoshān, high mountain/alpine
        gāoxiào, efficient/highly effective
        
        gāoděng, higher/high level/advanced
        
        gāoyuán, plateau/CL:片[piàn]
        gāoáng, with head held high/in high spirits/elation
        gāoshāo, [高燒], fever/high temperature
        gāojià, [高價], high price
        gāoguān, high official
        zhìgāowúshàng, [至高無上], supreme/paramount/unsurpassed
        
        gāoxuèyā, [高血壓], high blood pressure/hypertension
        zuìgāofǎyuàn, supreme court
        gāoxià, relative superiority (better or worse, stronger or weaker, above or below etc)
        gāogū, to overestimate/to overrate
        
        gāokǎo, college entrance exam (especially as abbr. for 普通高等學校招生全國統一考試|普通高等学校招生全国统一考试[Pǔ ...
        gāorényīděng, a cut above others/superior
        gāoé, [高額], high quota/large amount
        gāodī, height/altitude (aviation)/pitch (music)/ups and downs (success or failure)/whet...
        gāoxīn, high salary
        
        qīnggāo, noble and virtuous/aloof from politics and material pursuits
        gāojiàn, [高見], wise opinion/brilliant idea (honorific)
        xìnggāocǎiliè, [興高采烈], happy and excited (idiom)/in high spirits/in great delight
        
        xìnggāocháo, orgasm/climax
        gāolì, high interest rate/usurious
        
        gāojǔ, [高舉], to lift up/to hold high
        Gāojiāsuǒ, Caucasus/Caucasian (people)
        gāofēngqī, peak period/rush hour
        gāoshēng, [高聲], aloud/loud/loudly
        zhǐgāoqìyáng, [趾高氣揚], high and mighty (idiom); arrogant
        gāozhěnwúyōu, [高枕無憂], to sleep peacefully (idiom)/(fig.) to rest easy/to be free of worries
        
        nǚgāoyīn, soprano
        gāoděngjiàoyù, higher education
        
        gāonéng, high energy
        
        
        zēnggāo, to heighten/to raise/to increase/to rise
        gāoshēn, profound
        
        gāocáishēng, student of great ability
        DàiGāolè, [戴高樂], Charles De Gaulle (1890-1970), French general and politician, leader of the Free...
        
        gāozhāo, wise move/masterstroke/bright ideas
        gāolóu, [高樓], high building/multistory building/skyscraper/CL:座[zuò]
        gāoyādiàn, [高壓電], high voltage
        gāoshèpào, anti-aircraft gun
        gāogāoxìngxìng, [高高興興], cheerful and optimistic/in a good mood/gaily
        gāochàng, to sing loudly/fig. to mouth slogans
        jūgāolínxià, [居高臨下], to live high and look down (idiom)/to overlook/to tower above/to occupy the high...
        
        
        gāodiào, [高調], high-sounding speech/bombast/high-profile
        gāolíng, [高齡], elderly
        
        
        gāorè, [高熱], a fever
        
        Gāomián, Cambodia/Kampuchea/Khmer
        
        gāowèi, high position/eminent status/top job/raised position/upper (limbs)/a high (i.e. ...
        gāojià, overhead/elevated (walkway, highway etc)/elevated road
        gāosǒng, [高聳], erect/towering/to stand tall
        
        
        gāoyuàn, high court
        
        gāoqiāo, [高蹺], stilts/walking on stilts as component of folk dance
        nángāoyīn, tenor
        Gāolí, [高麗], Korean Goryeo 고려 dynasty, 918-1392/Korea, esp. in context of art and culture
        
        
        cǎigāoqiāo, [踩高蹺], to walk on stilts
        
        
        dégāowàngzhòng, a person of virtue and prestige/a person of good moral standing and reputation
        gāolóudàshà, [高樓大廈], tall buildings and large mansions/high-rise apartment building
        gāopān, social climbing/to claim connections with people in higher social class
        gāopín, [高頻], high frequency
        gāotánkuòlùn, [高談闊論], to harangue/loud arrogant talk/to spout
        
        yīngāo, pitch (music)/tone
        tiàogāo, high jump (athletics)
        
        
        gāoshēng, to get a promotion
        
        jùgāozhèng, [懼高症], acrophobia
        
        
        gāozhānyuǎnzhǔ, [高瞻遠矚], to stand tall and see far (idiom); taking the long and broad view/acute foresigh...
        gāojiǎobēi, [高腳杯], goblet
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        gāohǎn, to shout loudly/to raise a cry/to yell
        
        
        gāogē, to sing loudly/to lift one's voice in song
        gāocháodiéqǐ, each new high point replaced by another/(of a movie etc) one climax after anothe...
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        gāorén, very able person
        
        
        zhàitáigāozhù, [債臺高築], lit. build a high desk of debt (idiom); heavily in debt
        gāobùkěpān, too high to reach (idiom); eminent and unapproachable
        
        
        gāojiàqiáo, [高架橋], high trestle bridge/viaduct/fly-over
        gāokàng, resounding (sound)/reverberating
        gāoyāyǎng, [高壓氧], hyperbaric oxygen/hyperbaric oxygenation/also abbr. for 高壓氧治療|高压氧治疗[gāo yā yǎng ...
        
        
        
        gāoxìngnéng, high performance
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        shùzhīgāogé, [束之高閣], tied up in a bundle on a high shelf/to put sth on the back burner/no longer a hi...
        bágāo, to raise (one's voice)/to overrate/to build up/to stand out/outstanding
        gāochǎn, [高產], high yielding
        
        gāofā, [高發], to score highly in imperial exams (and obtain a post)/widespread
        
        gāonán, [高難], extremely difficult/hard and dangerous/challenging
        
        
        zìgāozìdà, to think of oneself as terrific (idiom); arrogant
        
        
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        gāotú, brilliant student
        gāoyuǎn, [高遠], lofty
        
        
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        gāocáishēng, student of great ability/talented student
        gāotáiguìshǒu, [高抬貴手], to be generous (idiom)/to be magnanimous/Give me a break!
        hàogāowùyuǎn, [好高騖遠], to bite off more than one can chew (idiom)/to aim too high
        
        
        
        gāosǒngrùyún, [高聳入雲], tall and erect, reaching through the clouds (idiom); used to describe tall mount...
        
        
        gāojié, [高潔], noble and clean-living/lofty and unsullied
        
        gāoliáng, sorghum/common sorghum (Sorghum vulgare)
        Gāozōng, Gaozong Emperor, Temple name of the tenth Song Emperor Zhao Gou 趙構|赵构[Zhào Gòu] ...
        
        
        
        gāokējì, high tech/high technology
        
        gāofēnzǐ, macromolecule/polymer
        
        réngāomǎdà, [人高馬大], tall and strong
        Shànggāo, Shanggao county in Yichun 宜春, Jiangxi
        
        Gāolíshēn, [高麗參], Koryo ginseng
        gāosēng, a senior monk
        
        
        
        
        gāolùn, [高論], enlightening remarks (honorific)/brilliant views
        
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        gāodīgàng, [高低槓], uneven bars (gymnastics)
        
        
        
        gūgāo, arrogant
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        shuǐzhǎngchuángāo, [水漲船高], the tide rises, the boat floats (idiom); fig. to change with the overall trend/t...
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        gāopéngmǎnzuò, [高朋滿座], surrounded by distinguished friends (idiom); in company
        
        gāoyāguō, [高壓鍋], pressure cooker
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        shèngāopín, [甚高頻], very high frequency (VHF)
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        Gāolúyǔ, [高盧語], Gaulish or Gallic (language)
        
        
        niánshìyǐgāo, old in years
        gāomàozi, tall conical paper hat worn as a public humiliation/dunce cap
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        yǐnhánggāogē, to sing at the top of one's voice (idiom)
        yǎngāoshǒudī, to have high standards but little ability/to be fastidious but incompetent (idio...
        
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        gāoyáng, [高揚], held high/elevated/uplift/soaring
        
        Gāosī, Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777-1855), German mathematician/Gauss, unit of magnetic i...
        gāotāng, [高湯], clear soup/soup stock
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        gāoqiáng, [高強], excellent/outstanding
        
        
        
        
        
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        gāojízhōngxué, [高級中學], senior high school/abbr. to 高中[gāo zhōng]
        
        gāojùwù, polymer
        
        
        
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        gāofēngliàngjié, [高風亮節], of noble character and unquestionable integrity (idiom)
        
        gāoshēnmòcè, [高深莫測], profound mystery
        
        qiūgāoqìshuǎng, [秋高氣爽], clear and refreshing autumn weather
        
        gāogēměngjìn, [高歌猛進], to advance singing loudly (idiom); triumphant progress
        
        
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        biāogāo, [標高], elevation/level
        
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        chànggāodiào, [唱高調], to sing the high part/to speak fine sounding but empty words (idiom)
        
        
        
        Gāomì/gāomì, Gaomi county level city in Weifang 濰坊|潍坊[Wéi fāng], Shandong, high density
        
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        gāolú, [高爐], blast furnace
        Gāoshèng, Goldman Sachs
        
        gāozhí, [高職], professional/advanced/senior
        
        
        
        GāoYáng/Gāoyáng, [高陽], common name, e.g. Gao Yang (1926-1992), Taiwanese historical novelist, Gaoyang c...
        Gāofēi/gāofēi, [高飛], Goofy (friend of Mickey Mouse), to soar
        Lègāo, [樂高], Lego (toys)
        
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        mòcègāoshēn, [莫測高深], enigmatic/beyond one's depth/unfathomable
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        gāoměngsuānjiǎ, [高錳酸鉀], potassium permanganate
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        Gāoěrjī, [高爾基], Gorkii (name)/Maxim Gorkii (1868-1936), Russian proletarian writer and propagand...
        
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        gāoděngxuéxiào, [高等學校], colleges and universities
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        qǔgāohèguǎ, difficult songs find few singers (idiom)/highbrow
        
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        gāolǐngtǔ, [高嶺土], kaolin (clay)/china clay
        
        
        
        
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        gāowěidù, [高緯度], high latitude (i.e. near the poles)
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        jūgāobùxià, (of prices, rates etc) to remain high
        
        
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        Gāopíng, Gaoping, city in 山西[Shān xī]/Cao Bang, Vietnam
        
        gāojū, to stand above/to occupy an important position/to rank (among the top few)
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
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        gāoduān, high-end
        gāowéi, [高維], (math.) higher dimensional
        
        
        
        
        gāozú, honorific: Your distinguished disciple/Your most brilliant pupil
        Gāoyì, Gaoyi county in Shijiazhuang 石家莊|石家庄[Shí jiā zhuāng], Hebei
        
        
        
        
        
        
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        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)
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        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
        Sāiěrwéiyà, [塞爾維亞], Serbia
        Xīěrdùn, [希爾頓], Hilton (hotel chain)
        
        
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        Āěrjílìyà, [阿爾及利亞], Algeria
        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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        Qiūjíěr, [丘吉爾], variant of 邱吉爾|邱吉尔[Qiū jí ěr]
        
        Kābùěr, [喀布爾], Kabul, capital of Afghanistan
        Yīsītǎnbùěr, [伊斯坦布爾], Istanbul, Turkey
        
        
        
        
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        Qiēěrnuòbèilì, [切爾諾貝利], Chernobyl
        
        
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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
        
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        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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        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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        zhāyīěr, [扎伊爾], Zaire
        
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        BāěrgānBàndǎo, [巴爾幹半島], Balkan Peninsula
        
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        Duōěr, [多爾], Dole (name)/Bob Dole (1923-), US Republican politician, Kansas senator 1969-1996
        
        
        
        
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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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        Jiāěrwén, [加爾文], Calvin (1509-1564), French protestant reformer
        
        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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        ÀiěrlánGònghéguó, [愛爾蘭共和國], Republic of Ireland
        
        
        
        
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        ÈěrNínuò, [厄爾尼諾], El Niño, equatorial climate variation in the Pacific
        
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