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        Qiáo/qiáo, [喬], surname Qiao, tall
        Qiáozhì, [喬治], George (name)
        Qiáonàsēn, [喬納森], Jonathan (name)
        Qiáodān, [喬丹], Jordan (name)
        Qiáozhìyà, [喬治亞], (Tw) Georgia, US state/Georgia (country)
        qiáoqiān, [喬遷], to move (to a superior place)/promotion
        shèngQiáozhì, [聖喬治], St George
        Qiáozhìdūn, [喬治敦], Georgetown
        Qiáozhìchéng, [喬治城], Georgetown/(the spelling 喬治敦|乔治敦 is more common)
        Gēěrbāqiáofū, [戈爾巴喬夫], Gorbachev/Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev (1931-), last president of the Soviet Un...
        Qiáosǒu, [喬叟], Geoffrey Chaucer (1343-1400), English poet, author of The Canterbury Tales 坎特伯雷故...
        qiáoqiānzhīxǐ, [喬遷之喜], congratulations on house-moving or promotion (idiom); Best wishes for your new h...
        qiáozhuāngdǎbàn, [喬裝打扮], to dress up in disguise (idiom); to pretend for the purpose of deceit
        qiáomù, [喬木], tree, esp. with recognizable trunk (as opposed to 灌木[guàn mù], bush or shrub)
        Qiáobùsī, [喬布斯], Jobs (name)/see also 史蒂夫・喬布斯|史蒂夫・乔布斯[Shǐ dì fū · Qiáo bù sī], Steve Jobs
        QiáoGuānhuà, [喬冠華], Qiao Guanhua (1913-1973), PRC politician and diplomat
        Qiáobāshān, [喬巴山], Choibalsan, city in Mongolia, capital of the eastern aimag (province) of Dornod/...
        Qiáogēlǐfēng, [喬戈里峰], K, Mt Qogir or Chogori in Karakorum section of Himalayas
        qiáolín, [喬林], forest (esp. of tall trees)/high forest
        Qiáogélǐfēng, [喬格里峰], K, Mt Qogir or Chogori in Karakorum section of Himalayas/also written 喬戈里峰|乔戈里峰
        Qiáozhì·Huáshèngdùn, [喬治・華盛頓], George Washington (1732-1799), first US president
        Qiáozhì·Àowēiěr, [喬治・奧威爾], George Orwell (1903-1950), British novelist, author of Animal farm 動物農場|动物农场 and...
        Qiáozhì·Bùěr, [喬治・布爾], George Boole (1815-1864), English mathematician, philosopher and logician, autho...
        Qiáozhì·Suǒluósī, [喬治・索羅斯], George Soros or György Schwartz (1930-), Hungarian American financial speculator...
        QiáozhìYīshì, [喬治一世], George I of Great Brittain
        QiáozhìyàZhōu, [喬治亞州], Georgia, US state (Tw)
        QiáozhìchéngDàxué, [喬治城大學], Georgetown University in Washington D.C., famous as quality Jesuit university an...
        qiáoshí, [喬石], Qiao Shi (Chinese leadership contender)
        Qiáodāmó, [喬答摩], Gautama, surname of the Siddhartha, the historical Buddha
        QiáoHóng, [喬紅], Qiao Hong
        qiáozhuāng, [喬裝], to pretend/to feign/to disguise oneself
        NánQiáozhìyàdǎohéNánSāngwēiqí, [南喬治亞島和南桑威奇], South Georgia and The South Sandwich Islands
        Shǐdìfū·Qiáobùsī, [史蒂夫・喬布斯], Steve Jobs (1955-2011), US co-founder and CEO of Apple, Inc.
        bùěrqiáoyà, [佈爾喬亞]/[布爾喬亞], bourgeois (loanword)/also written 布爾喬亞|布尔乔亚, bourgeois (loanword)
        náqiáo, [拿喬], pretentious/striking a pose
        Pǔjiāqiáofū, [普加喬夫], Yemelyan Ivanovich Pugachov (1742-1775), Russian Cossack, leader of peasant rebe...
        JiéfúlǐQiáosǒu, [傑弗里喬叟], Geoffrey Chaucer (English author)
        luòyèqiáomù, [落葉喬木], deciduous tree
        Zhānmǔsī·Qiáoyīsī, [詹姆斯・喬伊斯], James Joyce (1882-1941), Irish modernist writer, author of Ulysses and Finnegans...
        Nuòmǔ·Qiáomǔsījī, [諾姆・喬姆斯基], Noam Chomsky (American linguist and political activist)
        Màikèěr·Qiáodān, [邁克爾・喬丹], Michael Jordan (1963-) US basketball player

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