"Incident" • Chinese-English Dictionary

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 shì jiàn event / happening / incident / CL:個|个[ge4]
 chā qǔ music played during a movie, play etc / incidental music / music played in a theatrical interlude / (fig.) incident / episode
 shì biàn incident / unforeseen event / events (in general)
 shì duān disturbance / incident
 àn (legal) case / incident / record / file / table
 qù shì entertaining anecdote / interesting story or incident
 zhào shì to cause an accident / to be responsible for an incident / to provoke a disturbance
 kōng nàn air crash / aviation accident or incident
 shì yóu main content / matter / work / origin of an incident / cause / purpose / subject (of business letter)
 qiāng jī to shoot with a gun / shooting incident
 zhòng dà shì jiàn critical incident
 lì shǐ shì jiàn historical incident
 qiǔ shì awkward incident
 guó chǐ national humiliation, refers to Japanese incursions into China in the 1930s and 40s, and more especially to Mukden railway incident of 18th September 1931 九一八事變|九一八事变 / and subsequent Japanese annexation of Manchuria
 Liù Sì refers to Tiananmen incident of 4th June 1989
西 Xī ān Shì biàn Xi'an Incident of 12th December 1936 (kidnap of Chiang Kai-shek 蔣介石|蒋介石[Jiang3 Jie4 shi2])
 qún tǐ xìng shì jiàn mass incident (PRC term for incidents of social unrest, including rioting, melees and petition campaigns)
 wù wàng guó chǐ Never forget national humiliation, refers to Mukden railway incident of 18th September 1931 九一八事變|九一八事变 / and subsequent Japanese annexation of Manchuria
 Qī Qī Shì biàn Marco Polo Bridge Incident of 7th July 1937, regarded as the beginning of the Second Sino-Japanese War 抗日戰爭|抗日战争[Kang4 Ri4 Zhan4 zheng1]
 shā rén àn jiàn (case of, incident of) murder
 Xiàng Yīng Xiang Ying (1898-1941), communist general involved in forming the New Fourth Army 新四軍, killed in 1941 during the New Fourth Army incident 皖南事变
 rù shè jué angle of incidence / incidence angle / incident angle
 Chén Xī tóng Chen Xitong (1930-), mayor of Beijing at the time of 4th Jun 1989 Tiananmen incident
 zāo to meet by chance (usually with misfortune) / classifier for events: time, turn, incident
 hé shì jiàn nuclear incident
 Liù Sì Shì jiàn Tiananmen Incident of June 4, 1989
 Wǎn nán Shì biàn New Fourth Army Incident of 1940, involving fighting between the Nationalists and Communists
 yī èr bā shì biàn Shanghai Incident of 28th January 1932, Chinese uprising against Japanese quarters of Shanghai
 Jiǔ Yī bā Shì biàn the Mukden or Manchurian Railway Incident of 18th September 1931 used by the Japanese as a pretext to annex Manchuria / also known as Liutiaogou incident 柳條溝事變|柳条沟事变
 shì fā dì diǎn the scene of the incident
 shì fā shí the time of the incident
 Yà luó Hào the Arrow (a Hong Kong registered ship involved in historical incident in 1856 used as pretext for the second Opium War)
 Yà luó Hào Shì jiàn the Arrow Incident of 1856 (used as pretext for the second Opium War)
 Bàn lu:3 Hào HMS Consort, Royal Navy destroyer involved in 1949 Amethyst incident on Changjiang
 Liú Hòu zǒng Liu Houzong (1904-1949), originally Hunan guerilla leader, rewarded by Chiang Kaishek for killing Xiang Ying 項英|项英 / during the 1941 New Fourth Army incident 皖南事变
 Kàng Rì Jiù wáng Yùn dòng the Save the Nation Anti-Japanese Protest Movement stemming from the Manchurian railway incident of 18th July 1931 九一八事變|九一八事变
 liǔ tiáo gōu shì biàn the Mukden or Manchurian railway incident of 18th September 1931 used by the Japanese as a pretext to annex Manchuria / also known as 9-18 incident 九一八事变
 Lú gōu Qiáo Shì biàn Marco Polo Bridge Incident of 7th July 1937, regarded as the beginning of the Second Sino-Japanese War 抗日戰爭|抗日战争[Kang4 Ri4 Zhan4 zheng1]
 Huá běi Shì biàn North China Incident of October-December 1935, a Japanese attempt to set up a puppet government in north China
 Lú gōu Qiáo Shì biàn Marco Polo Bridge Incident of 7th July 1937, regarded as the beginning of the Second Sino-Japanese War 抗日戰爭|抗日战争[Kang4 Ri4 Zhan4 zheng1]
 Liǔ tiáo Hú Shì jiàn the Mukden or Manchurian Railway Incident of 18th September 1931 used by the Japanese as a pretext to annex Manchuria / also known as 9-18 incident 九一八事變|九一八事变[Jiu3 Yi1 ba1 Shi4 bian4]
 shì gù bào gào demining incident report / incident rep
 zhuī zōng shì incident room
 wú guò shī shì gù no-fault incident
  no-fault incident factor
  death and disability incident
 shì gù bào gào zhì duó Incident Reporting System
  Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams
  Critical Incident Stress Management Unit
 ān bǎo shì jiàn bào gào xì tǒng security incident reporting system
  incident command system
  Incident and Emergency Centre
  Code of International Standards and Recommended Practices for a Safety Investigation into a Marine Casualty or Marine Incident / Casualty Investigation Code
  Bioterrorism Incident Pre-Planning and Response Guide
 huà xué shì jiàn bào gào chemical incident report / NBC Chem 1 / NBC 1
1  chemical incident report / NBC Chem 1 / NBC 1
  Biological Incident Database
  International Critical Incident Stress Foundation
  Joint Incident Prevention and Response Mechanism
  Proposals for joint incident prevention and response mechanisms
  incident report
  casualty incident report
  critical incident management
  reporting of an incident
  pollution incident
  Coordination Meeting on the response to the marine pollution incident in the Eastern Mediterranean
  incident summary
  release (to) an incident site
  traumatic stress / critical incident stress
  traumatic stress / critical incident stress
  Critical Incident Management Unit
 liù · sì refers to Tian'anmen incident of 4th June 1989
 cā qiāng zǒu huǒ to shoot accidentally while polishing a gun / (fig.) a minor incident that sparks a war
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