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        mù, [幙], curtain or screen/canopy or tent/headquarters of a general/act (of a play), old ...
        mùhòu, [幕後], behind the scenes
        píngmù, screen (TV, computer or movie)
        nèimù, [內幕], inside story/non-public information/behind the scenes/internal
        kāimùshì, [開幕式], opening ceremony
        zìmù, caption/subtitle
        kāimù, [開幕], to open (a conference)/to inaugurate
        mùfǔ, (orig.) tents forming the offices of a commanding officer/administration of a mi...
        mùliáo, aids and advisors of top officials
        yínmù, [銀幕], movie screen
        wéimù, heavy curtain
        yèmù, curtain of night/gathering darkness
        yíngmù, [熒幕], TV screen
        xièmù, [謝幕], to take a curtain call/(fig.) to come to an end
        luòmù, the curtain drops/the end of the show
        xùmù, prologue
        mùbù, (theater) curtain
        yānmù, [煙幕], smokescreen/fig. a diversion
        hēimù, hidden details/dirty tricks/dark secrets
        jiēmù, opening/unveiling
        yānmùdàn, [煙幕彈], smoke bomb
        bìmù, [閉幕], the curtain falls/lower the curtain/to come to an end (of a meeting)
        jiēmùshì, opening ceremony/unveiling
        bìmùshì, [閉幕式], closing ceremony
        bàomù, [報幕], announce the items on a (theatrical) program
        zhàngmù, [帳幕], tent
        mùqiáng, [幕牆], curtain wall (architecture)
        kāimùcí, [開幕詞], opening speech (at a conference)
        yǔmù, curtain of rain/downpour
        huìmù, [會幕], tabernacle (biblical word for a meeting hall or tent)
        nèimùjiāoyì, [內幕交易], insider trading/insider dealing
        chuímù, canopy
        duōmùjù, [多幕劇], play in several acts/full-length drama
        yèmùdīchuí, darkness fell (falls, had fallen etc)
        yèmùjiànglín, [夜幕降臨], nightfall
        Shìtǐngmùfǔ, Muromachi bakufu, the feudal government of Japan (1338-1573) under the Ashikaga ...
        kuānyínmùdiànyǐng, [寬銀幕電影], wide-screen movie
        píngmùbǎohùchéngxù, [屏幕保護程序], screensaver
        bùmù, screen (movie theater etc)
        wéimù, [幃幕], screen/backdrop
        liánmù, [簾幕], hanging screen/curtain over shop door (for privacy and serving as advertisement)
        mùhòucāozòng, [幕後操縱], to manipulate from behind the scenes/to pull the strings
        mùhòuhuāxù, [幕後花絮], news from behind the scenes/stage gossip
        mùhòuhēishǒu, [幕後黑手], malign agent who manipulates from behind the scenes/hidden hand
        mùsī, mousse (loanword)
        mùjiān, [幕間], interval (between acts in theater)
        fǔmù, government advisor
        kāimùdiǎnlǐ, [開幕典禮], opening ceremony
        kāibìmùshì, [開閉幕式], opening and closing ceremonies
        dànmù, [彈幕], barrage (military)/"bullet screen", function which allows viewers to post on-scr...
        lākāixùmù, [拉開序幕], (fig.) to raise the curtain/to lift the curtain/to be a curtain raiser for
        fàngyānmùdàn, [放煙幕彈], to spread a smokescreen
        yuètáimùmén, [月台幕門], (railway) platform screen doors/platform-edge doors
        shuǐmù, water screen (screen formed of sprayed water droplets, used for displaying proje...
        huánmù, [環幕], 360° cinema screen
        jiémù, [結幕], final scene (of a play)/denouement
        yíngguāngmù, [熒光幕], screen (of a TV, computer etc) (Tw)
        yíngmù, [螢幕], screen (of a TV, computer etc) (Tw)
        yíngmùbǎohùchéngshì, [螢幕保護程式], screensaver (Tw)
        yíngmùbǎohùzhuāngzhì, [螢幕保護裝置], screensaver (Tw)
        chùkòngpíngmù, [觸控屏幕], touchscreen
        chùkòngshìyíngmù, [觸控式螢幕], touchscreen
        chùkòngyíngmù, [觸控螢幕], touchscreen/touch panel
        chùmōpíngmù, [觸摸屏幕], touchscreen
        Tiěmù, [鐵幕], Iron Curtain (1945-1991) (in Taiwan, 鐵幕 was used to refer to both the Iron Curta...
        Liáncāngmùfǔ, [鐮倉幕府], Kamakura bakufu 1192-1333, the first Japanese samurai shogunate

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