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        Jiāngjūn/jiāngjūn, [將軍], Chiangchun township in Tainan county 台南縣|台南县[Tái nán xiàn], Taiwan, general/high...
        guànjūn, [冠軍], champion/CL:個|个[gè]
        jūnduì, [軍隊], army/troops/CL:支[zhī],個|个[gè]
        hǎijūn, [海軍], navy
        jūn, [軍], army/military/arms/CL:個|个[gè]
        jūnshì, [軍事], military affairs/military matters/military
        jūnrén, [軍人], serviceman/soldier/military personnel
        kōngjūn, [空軍], air force
        jūnguān, [軍官], officer (military)
        Tóngzǐjūn/tóngzǐjūn, [童子軍], Scout (youth organization), child soldiers/juvenile militia
        jūnfāng, [軍方], military
        jūnshì, [軍士], sergeant
        jūntuán, [軍團], corps/legion
        lùjūn, [陸軍], army
        Měijūn, [美軍], US army/US armed forces
        jūnhuǒ, [軍火], weapons and ammunition/munitions/arms
        cānjūn, [參軍], to join the army
        jūnyòng, [軍用], (for) military use/military application
        pànjūn, [叛軍], rebel army
        díjūn, [敵軍], enemy troops/hostile forces/CL:股[gǔ]
        jìnjūn, [進軍], to march/to advance
        jūnqíng, [軍情], military intelligence
        jūnxiào, [軍校], military school/military academy
        dàjūn, [大軍], army/main forces
        jūnshìjīdì, [軍事基地], military base
        jūnyíng, [軍營], barracks/army camp
        xíngjūn, [行軍], a march (army)/to march
        jūnzhuāng, [軍裝], military uniform
退         tuìwǔjūnrén, [退伍軍人], veteran
        jūnshìfǎtíng, [軍事法庭], court-martial/military tribunal
        guànjūnsài, [冠軍賽], championship
        shízìjūn, [十字軍], crusaders/army of crusaders/the Crusades
        méngjūn, [盟軍], allied forces
        Rìjūn, [日軍], Japanese army/Japanese troops
        chèjūn, [撤軍], to withdraw troops/to retreat
        gūjūnfènzhàn, [孤軍奮戰], lit. lone army putting up a brave fight (idiom)/fig. (of a person or group of pe...
        jūnjiàn, [軍艦], warship/military naval vessel/CL:艘[sōu]
        yàjūn, [亞軍], second place (in a sports contest)/runner-up
        jūnxián, [軍銜], army rank/military rank
        yǒujūn, [友軍], friendly forces/allies
        Yīngjūn, [英軍], British army
        jūnyī, [軍醫], military doctor
        cóngjūn, [從軍], to enlist/to serve in the army
        jūnhuǒkù, [軍火庫], arsenal
        jūnfá, [軍閥], military clique/junta/warlord
        jūnlǚ, [軍旅], army
        jūnxū, [軍需], military material
        jūnbèi, [軍備], (military) arms/armaments
        Jiěfàngjūn, [解放軍], People's Liberation Army (PRC armed forces)
        Hóngjūn, [紅軍], Red Army
        jūndāo, [軍刀], military knife/saber
        quánjūnfùmò, [全軍覆沒], total defeat of an army (idiom); fig. a complete wipe-out
        quánjūn, [全軍], all-army/all-military
        sānjūn, [三軍], (in former times) upper, middle and lower army/army of right, center and left/(i...
        zhèngfǔjūn, [政府軍], government army
        jūnfǎ, [軍法], martial law
        liánjūn, [聯軍], allied armies
        zhùjūn, [駐軍], to station or garrison troops/garrison
        jítuánjūn, [集團軍], army grouping/collective army
        jūnyuèduì, [軍樂隊], brass band
        jūnlì, [軍力], military power
        hǎijūnlán, [海軍藍], navy blue
        gémìngjūn, [革命軍], revolutionary army
        jūnhào, [軍號], bugle
        yuǎnzhēngjūn, [遠征軍], expeditionary force/army on a distant expedition
        jūnxiǎng, [軍餉], funds and provisions for the troops/(soldier's) pay
        jìnjūn, [禁軍], imperial guard
        zhèngguījūn, [正規軍], regular army/standing army
        zhìyuànjūn, [志願軍], volunteer army
        jūnxùn, [軍訓], military practice, esp. for reservists or new recruits/military training as a (s...
        dàjiāngjūn, [大將軍], important general/generalissimo
        jūnjī, [軍機], military aircraft/secret plan/Privy Council during the Qing dynasty
        jūnshìxué, [軍事學], military science
        jūnfèi, [軍費], military expenditure
        shuǐjūn, [水軍], navy (archaic)
        Éjūn, [俄軍], Russian army
        jūnsǎo, [軍嫂], serviceman's wife/wives of military personnel
        jūnliáng, [軍糧], army provisions
        jūnshìhuà, [軍事化], militarization
        huángjūn, [皇軍], imperial army (esp. Japanese)
        Tóngjūn, [童軍], Scout (youth organization)/see also 童子軍|童子军
        shǒujūn, [守軍], defenders
        hòubèijūn, [後備軍], rearguard
        jūnqū, [軍區], geographical area of command/(PLA) military district
        cáijūn, [裁軍], disarmament
        xíngjūnchuáng, [行軍床], camp bed/bivouac
        yìjūn, [義軍], volunteer army
        jūnzhèngfǔ, [軍政府], military government
        jìjūn, [季軍], third in a race/bronze medalist
        qīnlüèjūn, [侵略軍], invading army
        jūnchē, [軍車], military vehicle
        yǐjūn, [以軍], Israeli soldiers
        jíxíngjūn, [急行軍], rapid advance/forced march
        yìyǒngjūn, [義勇軍], volunteer army
        jūnmín, [軍民], army-civilian/military-masses/military-civilian
        jūnguózhǔyì, [軍國主義], militarism
        dūjūn, [督軍], provincial military governor during the early Republic of China era (1911-1949 A...
        qiānjūnwànmǎ, [千軍萬馬], magnificent army with thousands of men and horses (idiom); impressive display of...
        jūnwù, [軍務], military affairs
        jūngǎng, [軍港], naval port/naval base
        jūnlìngzhuàng, [軍令狀], military order
        Fǎjūn, [法軍], French army
        jūnshī, [軍師], (old) military counselor/(coll.) trusted adviser
        Xīnjūn, [新軍], New Armies (modernized Qing armies, trained and equipped according to Western st...
        BāguóLiánjūn, [八國聯軍], Eight-Nation Alliance, involved in a military intervention in northern China in ...
        ZhōngguóRénmínJiěfàngjūn, [中國人民解放軍], Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA)
        jūnshìkēxué, [軍事科學], military science
        jūntǐ, [軍體], military sports/military fitness (curriculum etc)/abbr. of 軍事體育|军事体育
        jūnshìjiā, [軍事家], military expert/general
        jūnzhèng, [軍政], army and government
        chōngjūn, [充軍], to banish (to an army post, as a punishment)
        héngsǎoqiānjūn, [橫掃千軍], total annihilation
        shàngjiàngjūn, [上將軍], top general/commander-in-chief
        Zhōngguórénmínzhìyuànjūn, [中國人民志願軍], the Chinese People's Volunteer Army deployed by China to aid North Korea in 1950
        ZhōngguóRénmínJiěfàngjūnHǎijūn, [中國人民解放軍海軍], Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN)
        ZhōngguóRénmínJiěfàngjūnKōngjūn, [中國人民解放軍空軍], People's Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF)
        ZhōngyāngJūnshìWěiyuánhuì, [中央軍事委員會], (PRC) Central Military Commission
        zhōngyāngjūnwěi, [中央軍委], Central Military Committee (CMC)
        DānRuìjiāngjūn, [丹瑞將軍], General Than Shwe (1933-), Myanmar army officer and politician, president of Mya...
        YìyǒngjūnJìnxíngqǔ, [義勇軍進行曲], March of the Volunteer Army (PRC National Anthem)
        rénmínjiěfàngjūn, [人民解放軍], People's Liberation Army
        wěijūn, [偽軍], puppet army
        wōjūn, [倭軍], Japanese army (derog.) (old)
        Yuánjūn, [元軍], Mongol army/army of Yuan dynasty
        quándǎngquánjūn, [全黨全軍], the (communist) party and the army together (idiom)
        BāyīJiànjūnjié, [八一建軍節], see 建軍節|建军节[Jiàn jūn jié]
        Bālùjūn, [八路軍], the Eighth Route Army
        Guāndōngjūn, [關東軍], Japanese Kwantung army (or Kantō army), notorious for numerous atrocities in Chi...
        jūnshìtǐyù, [軍事體育], military sports/military fitness (curriculum etc)/abbr: 軍體|军体
        jūnshìlìliang, [軍事力量], military strength/military force(s)
        jūnshìwēixié, [軍事威脅], military threat
        jūnshìshílì, [軍事實力], military strength/military power
        jūnshìqíngbào, [軍事情報], military intelligence/spying/charge used as a pretext in sentencing dissidents
        jūnshìyuánzhù, [軍事援助], military aid
        jūnshìzhèngbiàn, [軍事政變], military coup
        jūnshìjīgòu, [軍事機構], military institution
        jūnshìhédàguó, [軍事核大國], military nuclear power
        jūnshìyǎnxí, [軍事演習], military exercise/war game
        jūnshìzhíyèzhuānyè, [軍事職業專業], Military occupation specialty (MOS, US military term)
        jūnshìxíngdòng, [軍事行動], military operation
        jūnshìxùnliàn, [軍事訓練], military exercise/army drill
        jūnshìshèshī, [軍事設施], military installations
        jūnshìbùmén, [軍事部門], military branch
        jūnlìngrúshān, [軍令如山], military orders are like mountains (idiom)/a military order must be obeyed
        jūnfēnqū, [軍分區], military sub-districts
        jūnshì, [軍勢], army strength/military prowess or potential
        jūnyīyuàn, [軍醫院], military hospital
        jūnpǐnchūkǒulǐngdǎoxiǎozǔ, [軍品出口領導小組], Military Products Leading Small Group
        jūnshòu, [軍售], arms sales
        jūntuángǎnjūn, [軍團桿菌], legionella bacteria
        jūntuánjūn, [軍團菌], Legionella (bacterium causing legionnaires' disease)
        jūntuánjūnbìng, [軍團菌病], legionnaires' disease
        jūnbèijìngsài, [軍備競賽], arms race/armament(s) race
        jūnwěi, [軍委], Military Commission of the Communist Party Central Committee
        jūnwěihuì, [軍委會], Military Commission of the Communist Party Central Committee/same as 軍委|军委
        jūnqíngwǔchù, [軍情五處], MI (British military intelligence agency)
        jūnqíngliùchù, [軍情六處], MI6 (British military counter-intelligence office)
        jūncáoyú, [軍曹魚], cobia or black kingfish (Rachycentron canadum)
        jūnjīchù, [軍機處], Office of Military and Political Affairs (Qing Dynasty)
        jūnqí, [軍棋], land battle chess
        jūnyǎn, [軍演], military exercises
        jūnhuǒjiāoyì, [軍火交易], arms deal
        jūnhuǒgōngsī, [軍火公司], arms company
绿         jūnlǜ, [軍綠], army green
        jūnfèikāizhī, [軍費開支], military spending
        jūnfáhùnzhàn, [軍閥混戰], incessant fighting between warlords
        jūnzhèn, [軍陣], battle formation
        jūnlíng, [軍齡], length of military service
        JiānádàHuángjiāhǎijūn, [加拿大皇家海軍], Royal Canadian Navy RCN
        běifájūn, [北伐軍], the Northern Expeditionary Army
        Běiyángjūn, [北洋軍], north China army, a modernizing Western-style army set up during late Qing, and ...
        běiyángjūnfá, [北洋軍閥], the Northern Warlords (1912-1927)
        Běiyánglùjūn, [北洋陸軍], north China army (esp. during the warlords period)
        shízìjūndōngzhēng, [十字軍東征], the Crusades/crusaders' eastern expedition
        shízìjūnyuǎnzhēng, [十字軍遠征], the Crusades
        qiānjūnyìdé,yījiàngnánqiú, [千軍易得,一將難求], Easy to raise an army of one thousand, but hard to find a good general. (idiom)
        kěgōngjūnyòng, [可供軍用], having possible military application
        tuántǐguànjūn, [團體冠軍], group championship
        GuójiāJūnpǐnMàoyìjú, [國家軍品貿易局], State Bureau of Military Products Trade (SBMPT)
        guómíndǎngjūnduì, [國民黨軍隊], nationalist forces
        GuómínGémìngjūn, [國民革命軍], National Revolutionary Army
        Fùhuódejūntuán, [復活的軍團], the Resurrected Army (CCTV documentary series about the Terracotta army)
        yèxíngjūn, [夜行軍], a night march
        dàjūnqū, [大軍區], PLA military region
        Fèngxìjūnfá, [奉系軍閥], Fengtian clique (of northern warlords)
        guānjūn, [官軍], official army government army
        Jiāngjūnxiāng, [將軍鄉], Chiangchun township in Tainan county 台南縣|台南县[Tái nán xiàn], Taiwan
        jiāngjūndùzi, [將軍肚子], beer belly (complimentary)
        chángshèngjūn, [常勝軍], Ever Victorious Army (1860-1864), Qing dynasty army equipped and trained jointly...
        fèichújūnbèi, [廢除軍備], to disarm
        Jiànjūnjié, [建軍節], Army Day (August 1)
        yìjūntūqǐ, [異軍突起], to emerge as a new force to be reckoned with (idiom)
        chéngjūn, [成軍], lit. to form an army/to set up (team, group, band, organization etc)/to found/op...
        dǎjījūnshìlìliang, [打擊軍事力量], counterforce
        kuòjūn, [擴軍], armament/to expand armed forces
        tóujūn, [投軍], to join up/to enlist (e.g. in the military)
        Hùguójūn, [護國軍], National Protection Army of 1915 (in rebellion against Yuan Shikai 袁世凱|袁世凯[Yuán ...
        Niǎnjūn, [捻軍], Nien Rebellion
        Jiùshìjūn, [救世軍], Salvation Army (protestant philanthropic organization founded in London in 1865)
        Xīnsìjūn, [新四軍], New Fourth army of Republic of China, set up in 1937 and controlled by the commu...
        RìYīngliánjūn, [日英聯軍], Anglo-Japanese allied army (intervention during Russian revolution and civil war...
        héjūnbèi, [核軍備], nuclear arms
        hécáijūn, [核裁軍], nuclear disarmament
        Guìxìjūnfá, [桂系軍閥], Guangxi warlord faction, from 1911-1930
殿         diànjūn, [殿軍], runner-up
        zhìjūn, [治軍], running of armed forces/military management/to govern armed forces/to direct tro...
        hǎijūnshàngxiào, [海軍上校], captain (= UK and US Navy equivalent)
        hǎijūnzhōngxiào, [海軍中校], commander (= UK and US Navy equivalent)
        hǎijūndàxiào, [海軍大校], commodore (= US Navy equivalent)
        hǎijūnguān, [海軍官], naval officer
        hǎijūnshǎoxiào, [海軍少校], lieutenant commander (= UK and US Navy equivalent)
        hǎijūnzǒngsīlìng, [海軍總司令], admiral
        hǎijūnlùzhànduì, [海軍陸戰隊], marine corps/marines
        hǎikōngjūn, [海空軍], navy and air force
        hǎikōngjūnjīdì, [海空軍基地], naval and air military base
        hǎilùjūn, [海陸軍], navy and army/military force
        Qīngjūn, [清軍], the Qing army
        Xiāngjūn, [湘軍], Hunan army, irregular force formed in 1850s to fight the Taiping heavenly kingdo...
        kuìbùchéngjūn, [潰不成軍], utterly defeated
        kuìjūn, [潰軍], routed troops
        ÀoXīnjūntuán, [澳新軍團], Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC)
        Àoxīnjūntuánrì, [澳新軍團日], Anzac Day
        Diǎnjūn, [點軍], Dianjun district of Yichang city 宜昌市[Yí chāng shì], Hubei
        Diǎnjūnqū, [點軍區], Dianjun district of Yichang city 宜昌市[Yí chāng shì], Hubei
        ÀiěrlánGònghéJūn, [愛爾蘭共和軍], Irish Republican Army
        WángJūnxiá, [王軍霞], Wang Junxia (1973-), Chinese long-distance runner
        Ruìshìjūndāo, [瑞士軍刀], Swiss Army knife
        liújūnbìyè, [留軍壁鄴], troops remaining stationed in Ye/fig. a hardship posting
        Báijūn, [白軍], White Guard or White Movement, anti-communist troops fighting against the Bolshe...
        huángjiāhǎijūn, [皇家海軍], Royal Navy (UK)
        Wǎnxìjūnfá, [皖系軍閥], Anhui faction of Northern Warlords 1911-c.1929
        Zhíxìjūnfá, [直係軍閥], the Zhili faction of the Northern Warlords
        ǎizilibájiāngjūn, [矮子裡拔將軍], lit. choose a general from among the dwarfs/fig. choose the best person availabl...
        jìnwèijūn, [禁衛軍], imperial guard
        Qínjūn, [秦軍], the Qin army (model for the terracotta warriors)
        KōngjūnYīhào, [空軍一號], Air Force One, US presidential jet
        kōngjūnsīlìng, [空軍司令], air commodore/top commander of air force
        kōngjūnjīdì, [空軍基地], air base
姿         zhànjūnzī, [站軍姿], to stand at attention (military)
        cuànjūn, [篡軍], to usurp the military
        hóngjīnjūn, [紅巾軍], the Red Turbans, peasant rebellion at the end of the Yuan dynasty
        hóngsèniángzijūn, [紅色孃子軍], Red Detachment of Women
        Měiguójūnrén, [美國軍人], American serviceman/US soldier
        liánhéjūnyǎn, [聯合軍演], joint military exercise
        róngjūn, [榮軍], abbr. for 榮譽軍人|荣誉军人[róng yù jūn rén]
        róngyùjūnrén, [榮譽軍人], disabled soldier/serviceman wounded in action
        xíngjūnlǐ, [行軍禮], military salute
线         xíngjūnlùxiàn, [行軍路線], army itinerary/route of march
        cáijiǎnjūnbèi, [裁減軍備], arms reduction
        bàibùchéngjūn, [敗不成軍], The army is completely routed. (idiom)
        HèJūnxiáng, [賀軍翔], Mike He (1983-), Taiwanese Actor
        Chìwèijūn, [赤衛軍], Red Guards
        Zhàojūn, [趙軍], army of Zhao 趙國|赵国 during the Warring States
        biānfángjūn, [邊防軍], border guard/frontier army
        Màihèdíjūn, [邁赫迪軍], Mahdi army, Iraqi Shia armed militia led by Moqtada Sadr
退         TuìwǔJūnrénjié, [退伍軍人節], Veterans' Day
        yězhànjūn, [野戰軍], field army
        tiějūn, [鐵軍], invincible army
        lùjūnshàngxiào, [陸軍上校], colonel
        lùjūnzhōngwèi, [陸軍中尉], lieutenant
        lùhǎikōngsānjūn, [陸海空三軍], army, navy, air force
        lùhǎikōngjūn, [陸海空軍], army, navy and air force
线         géjūnshìfēnjièxiàn, [隔軍事分界線], military demarcation line MDL/refers to Korean demilitarized zone DMZ
        fēijūnshìqū, [非軍事區], Demilitarized Zone DMZ
        yùbèiyìjūnrén, [預備役軍人], reserve troops
        lǐngjūn, [領軍], to lead troups/(fig.) to lead/leading
        fēijiāngjūn, [飛將軍], nickname of Han dynasty general Li Guang 李廣|李广
        Mǎjiājūn, [馬家軍], the Ma clique of warlords in Gansu and Ningxia during the 1930s and 1940s
        Mǎwěijūngǎng, [馬尾軍港], Mawei naval base at Fuzhou city (in Qing times)
        gāojíjūnguān, [高級軍官], senior military officers/top brass
        míngjīnshōujūn, [鳴金收軍], to beat the gong to recall troops (idiom); to order a retreat
        Huángpǔjūnxiào, [黃埔軍校], Whampoa Military Academy
        huángjīnjūn, [黃巾軍], the army of Yellow Turbans, a peasant uprising at the end of later Han (from 184...
        HēiQíJūn, [黑旗軍], Black Flag Army

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