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        zhùmíng, famous/noted/well-known/celebrated
        zhù, to make known/to show/to prove/to write/book/outstanding
        tǔzhù, aboriginal
        chòumíngzhāozhù, notorious/infamous/egregious (bandits)
        zhùzuò, to write/literary work/book/article/writings/CL:部[bù]
        xiǎnzhù, [顯著], outstanding/notable/remarkable/statistically significant
        zhùchēng, [著稱], to be widely known as
        míngzhù, masterpiece
        tǔzhùrén, indigenous person/aboriginal
        yuánzhù, original work (not translation or abridged)
        zhuózhù, outstanding/eminent/brilliant
        jùzhù, monumental (literary) work
        hézhù, to write jointly/to co-author
        zhùshū, [著書], to write a book
        zhùzuòquán, [著作權], copyright
        zhuānzhù, [專著], monograph/specialized text
        lùnzhù, [論著], treatise/study
        zhùshù, writing/to write/to compile
        biānzhù, [編著], to compile/to write
        yǎngwūzhùshū, [仰屋著書], lit. to stare at the ceiling while writing a book (idiom); to put one's whole bo...
        sìdàmíngzhù, the Four Classic Novels of Chinese literature, namely: A Dream of Red Mansions 紅...
        cháwēizhīzhù, to examine tiny clues to know general trends (idiom)/to deduce the whole story f...
        zhāngmíngjiàozhù, [彰明較著], obvious/clear for all to see
        èmíngzhāozhù, [惡名昭著], notorious (idiom)/infamous
        zhuōzhù, my unworthy writing (humble expr.)/my worthless manuscript
        bǐngzhù, eminent/renowned
        WángZhù, Wang Zhu (-c. 990), Song calligrapher and writer
        niánpízhuógǔ, see 粘皮帶骨|粘皮带骨[nián pí dài gǔ]
        zhùshūlìshuō, [著書立說], to write a book advancing one's theory (idiom)
        zhùlù, [著錄], to record/to put down in writing
        zhùchēngyúshì, [著稱於世], world-renowned
        jiànwēizhīzhù, [見微知著], one tiny clue reveals the general trend (idiom); small beginnings show how thing...
        jiàozhù, [較著], obvious/prominent/standing out
        yízhù, [遺著], posthumous work (of a writer)

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