|Zhang Ning||张宁 [Zhang1 Ning2]|
|Zhang Ning||張寧 [Zhang1 Ning2]|
|book by Han dynasty astronomer Zhang Heng||浑仪注 [hun2 yi2 zhu4]|
|book by Han dynasty astronomer Zhang Heng||渾儀註 [hun2 yi2 zhu4]|
|chapter, seal, section, camphor laurel tree, lumber, surname Zhang||章 [zhang1]|
|Chen Ning Yang||杨振宁 [Yang2 Zhen4 ning2]|
|Chen Ning Yang||楊振寧 [Yang2 Zhen4 ning2]|
|Curse of the Golden Flower (2007), period drama movie by Zhang Yimou||满城尽带黄金甲 [Man3 cheng2 jin4 dai4 huang2 jin1 jia3]|
|Curse of the Golden Flower (2007), period drama movie by Zhang Yimou||滿城盡帶黃金甲 [Man3 cheng2 jin4 dai4 huang2 jin1 jia3]|
|Four Great Painters of the Six dynasties, namely Cao Buxing 曹不興|曹不兴, Gu Kaizhi 顧愷之|顾恺之, Lu Tanwei 陸探微|陆探微 and Zhang Sengyou 張僧繇|张僧繇||六朝四大家 [liu4 chao2 si4 da4 jia1]|
|Gang of Four: Jiang Qing 江青, Zhang Chunqiao 張春橋, Yao Wenyuan 姚文元, Wang Hongwen 王洪文, who served as scapegoats for the excesses of the cultural revolution||四人帮 [si4 ren2 bang1]|
|Gang of Four: Jiang Qing 江青, Zhang Chunqiao 張春橋, Yao Wenyuan 姚文元, Wang Hongwen 王洪文, who served as scapegoats for the excesses of the cultural revolution||四人幫 [si4 ren2 bang1]|
|History of the Ming dynasty, twenty fourth of the 24 dynastic histories 二十四史, compiled under Zhang Tingyu 張廷玉|张廷玉 in 1739 during the Qing dynasty, 332 scrolls||明史 [Ming2 shi3]|
|Li Ning||李宁 [Li3 Ning2]|
|Li Ning||李寧 [Li3 Ning2]|
|Ning county in Gansu||宁县 [Ning2 xian4]|
|Ning county in Gansu||寧縣 [Ning2 xian4]|
|peaceful, rather, Ningxia (abbr.), Nanjing (abbr.), surname Ning||宁 [ning2]|
|peaceful, rather, Ningxia (abbr.), Nanjing (abbr.), surname Ning||寧 [ning2]|
|Shao Piaoping (1884-1926), pioneer of journalism and founder of newspaper Beijing Press 京報|京报, executed in 1926 by warlord Zhang Zuolin 張作霖|张作霖||邵飄萍 [Shao4 Piao1 ping2]|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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