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        jiǎng, [講], to speak/to explain/to negotiate/to emphasise/to be particular about/as far as s...
        jiǎnghuà, [講話], a speech/to speak/to talk/to address/CL:個|个[gè]
        yǎnjiǎng, [演講], lecture/to make a speech
        láijiǎng, [來講], as to/considering/for
        jiǎngshù, [講述], to talk about/to narrate/to give an account
        duìjiǎngjī, [對講機], intercom/walkie-talkie
        jiǎngzuò, [講座], a course of lectures/CL:個|个[gè]
        jiǎngjiu, [講究], to pay particular attention to/carefully selected for quality/tastefully chosen
        jiǎngjiě, [講解], to explain
        jiǎngtái, [講臺], platform/rostrum/lectern/(teacher's) desk
        jiǎnglǐ, [講理], to argue/to reason with sb/to talk sense/to be reasonable
        jiǎngkè, [講課], teach/lecture
        jiǎngyǎn, [講演], to lecture/to speak publicly
        jiǎngshī, [講師], instructor/lecturer
        xuānjiǎng, [宣講], to preach/to explain publicly
        tīngjiǎng, [聽講], to attend a lecture/to listen to a talk
        jiǎngqiú, [講求], to stress/to emphasize/particular about sth/to strive for
        jiǎngmíng, [講明], to explain
        jiǎngshòu, [講授], to lecture/to teach (a college course)
        jiǎngjià, [講價], to bargain (over price)/to haggle
        jiǎnghé, [講和], to make peace/to reconcile
        jiǎngyì, [講義], teaching materials
        mánbùjiǎnglǐ, [蠻不講理], completely unreasonable
        zhǔjiǎng, [主講], to give a lecture/to lecture on
        jiǎngjiěyuán, [講解員], guide
        jiǎngpíng, [講評], to criticize/to evaluate
        jiǎngxué, [講學], to lecture (on branch of learning)
        jiǎngtán, [講壇], a platform (to speak)
        kāijiǎng, [開講], to begin a lecture/to start on a story
        jiǎngxíbān, [講習班], instructional workshop
        jiǎngtáng, [講堂], lecture hall/CL:家[jiā],間|间[jiān]
        jiǎnglùn, [講論], to discuss
        jiǎngxí, [講習], to lecture/to instruct
        yībānláijiǎng, [一般來講], generally speaking
        yángéláijiǎng, [嚴格來講], strictly speaking
        zhǔzhǐyǎnjiǎng, [主旨演講], keynote speech
        zhǔtǐyǎnjiǎng, [主題演講], keynote speech
        luànjiǎng, [亂講], to talk nonsense/nonsense!
        wǔjiǎngsìměisānrèài, [五講四美三熱愛], the five emphases, four beauties and three loves (PRC policy introduced in 1981,...
        chuánjiǎng, [傳講], to preach
        fābiǎoyǎnjiǎng, [發表演講], to give a speech
        duìjiǎngdiànhuà, [對講電話], intercom
        jiùzhíyǎnjiǎng, [就職演講], inaugural lecture
        bǎishìshíjiǎngdàolǐ, [擺事實講道理], present the facts and reason things out
        bōjiǎng, [播講], to broadcast a lecture, a book reading etc
        yǎnjiǎngjiā, [演講家], orator
穿         chuānzhuójiǎngjiu, [穿著講究], smart clothes/particular about one's dress
        jīngjiǎngduōliàn, [精講多練], to speak concisely and practice frequently (idiom)
        mòjiǎng, [莫講], let alone/not to speak of (all the others)
        jiǎngbùtōng, [講不通], it does not make sense
        jiǎngyìqì, [講義氣], to be loyal (to one's friends)/to value loyalty
        jiǎngxíhuì, [講習會], discussion forum/seminar/assembly
        jiǎngdào, [講到], to talk about sth
        jiǎngshǐ, [講史], historical tales
        jiǎngzhuō, [講桌], lectern/podium
        jiǎngyán, [講筵], the teacher's seat
        jiǎngcí, [講辭], lectures
        jiǎngdào, [講道], to preach/a sermon
        jiǎngxiánhuà, [講閒話], to gossip/to make unfavorable comments
        jiǎngtí, [講題], topic of a lecture
        qǐjiǎng, [起講], to start a story
便         féngrénbiànjiǎng, [逢人便講], to tell anybody one happens to meet
        jītóngyājiǎng, [雞同鴨講], lit. chicken speaking with duck/fig. talking without communicating/people not un...

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