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 biǎo míng to make clear / to make known / to state clearly / to indicate / known
 suǒ zhī known / what one knows
 yǐ zhī known (to science)
 bào gào to inform / to report / to make known / report / speech / talk / lecture / CL:篇[pian1],份[fen4],個|个[ge4],通[tong4]
 fǎn yìng to mirror / to reflect / mirror image / reflection / (fig.) to report / to make known / to render
 Fú zhōu Fuzhou prefecture-level city and capital of Fujian province in east China / formerly known as Foochow or Fuchow
 dì dao authentic / genuine / typical / from a place known for the product / thorough / conscientious
 jiào zuò to be called / to be known as
 míng wéi to be called / to be known as
 chēng zhī wéi to call it... / known as...
 hào chēng to be known as / to be nicknamed / to be purportedly / to claim (often exaggeratedly or falsely)
 Shàng dū Shangdu, also known as Xanadu, summer capital of the Yuan Dynasty (1279-1368)
 jiē xiǎo to announce publicly / to publish / to make known / to disclose
 gōng rèn publicly known (to be) / accepted (as)
 Sūn zǐ Sun Tzu, also known as Sun Wu 孫武|孙武[Sun1 Wu3] (c. 500 BC, dates of birth and death uncertain), general, strategist and philosopher of the Spring and Autumn Period (700-475 BC), believed to be the author of the “Art of War&rdquo / 孫子兵法|孙子兵法[Sun1 zi3 Bing1 fa3], one of the Seven Military Classics of ancient China 武經七書|武经七书[Wu3 jing1 Qi1 shu1]
 xuān yáng to proclaim / to make public or well known
 yīng huā oriental cherry (Prunus serrulata or Prunus yedoensis), prized for its blossom / also known as sakura (Japanese) or Yoshino cherry
 jiē shì to show / to make known
 Kǒng zǐ Confucius (551-479 BC), Chinese thinker and social philosopher, also known as 孔夫子[Kong3 fu1 zi3]
 yòu míng also known as / alternative name / to also be called
 yòu chēng also known as
 chū míng well-known for sth / to become well known / to make one's mark
 bèi yù wéi to be regarded as / to be known as / to be famed as / to be reputed to be
 zǎo zhī dao If I had known earlier...
 chēng zuò to be called / to be known as
 zhù chēng to be widely known as
 róng rǔ guān precepts regarding what is honorable and what is shameful (in particular, refers to the Socialist Concepts on Honors and Disgraces, PRC official moral principles promulgated from 2006) / abbr. for 社會主義榮辱觀|社会主义荣辱观 / also known as the Eight Honors and Eight Shames 八榮八恥|八荣八耻[Ba1 Rong2 Ba1 Chi3]
 rén chēng person (first person, second person etc in grammar) / called / known as
 tiān jī mystery known only to heaven (archaic) / inscrutable twist of fate / fig. top secret
 rāng rang to argue noisily / to shout / to make widely known / to reproach
 bù zhēng widely known / incontestable / undeniable / to not strive for / to not contend for
广 Guǎng Jiāo Huì China Export Commodities Fair also known as the Canton Fair
 Dà fù wēng Monopoly (game) / known as 地產大亨|地产大亨[Di4 chan3 Da4 heng1] in Taiwan
 Zhōu gōng Duke of Zhou (11th c. BC), son of King Wen of Zhou 周文王[Zhou1 Wen2 wang2], played an important role as regent in founding the Western Zhou 西周[Xi1 Zhou1], and is also known as the "God of Dreams"
 yáng yán to put about (a story, plan, threat etc) / to let it be known (esp. of threat or malicious story) / to threaten
 jiā yù hù xiǎo understood by everyone (idiom) / well known / a household name
 huì yì combined ideogram (one of the Six Methods 六書|六书[liu4 shu1] of forming Chinese characters) / Chinese character that combines the meanings of existing elements / also known as joint ideogram or associative compounds / to comprehend without being told explicitly / to cotton on / knowing (smile, glance etc)
 xiǎn wéi rén zhī rarely known to anyone (idiom) / almost unknown / secret to all but a few
 A1 lā fǎ tè Mohammed Abdel Rahman Abdel Raouf Arafat al-Qudwa al-Husseini (1929-2004), Palestinian leader, popularly known as Yasser Arafat 亞西爾·阿拉法特|亚西尔·阿拉法特[Ya4 xi1 er3 · / A1 la1 fa3 te4]
 zǎo zhī foresight / foreknowledge / if one had known earlier,...
 Sū Shì Su Shi (1037-1101), also known as Su Dongpo 蘇東坡|苏东坡[Su1 Dong1 po1] northern Song Dynasty writer and calligrapher / one of the Three Su father and sons 三蘇|三苏[San1 Su1] and one of the Eight Giants of Tang and Song Prose 唐宋八大家[Tang2 Song4 Ba1 Da4 jia1]
 lòu liǎn to show one's face / to make one's good name / to become successful and well known / to shine
 zhù yīn Annotated Sounds, a phonetic transliteration for Chinese used esp. in Taiwan / also known as Bopomofo ㄅㄆㄇㄈ
 yì chēng also known as / alternative name / to also be called
 chēng zuò to be called / to be known as
 A1 kǎ Acre, city in Israel, also known as Akko
 Diào yú tái Diaoyu or Senkaku Islands between Taiwan and Okinawa (administered by Japan), also known as the Pinnacle Islands
 huò chēng also called / also known as / a.k.a.
 Sī mǎ Qiān Sima Qian (145-86 BC), Han Dynasty historian, author of Records of the Grand Historian 史記|史记[Shi3 ji4], known as the father of Chinese historiography
 Zhū Xī Zhu Xi or Chu Hsi (1130-1200), also known as Master Zhu 朱子, Song dynasty Confucian writer and propagandist, founder of neo-Confucianism
 xiǎng dāng dāng resounding / loud / well known / famous
 Wáng Xī zhī Wang Xizhi (303-361), famous calligrapher of Eastern Jin, known as the sage of calligraphy 書聖|书圣
 chuán sòng widely known / on everyone's lips
 míng yáng sì hǎi to become known far and wide (idiom) / famous
 Zǐ Lù Zi Lu (542-480 BC), disciple of Confucius 孔夫子[Kong3 fu1 zi3], also known as Ji Lu 季路[Ji4 Lu4]
西 Xī wáng mǔ Xi Wangmu, Queen Mother of the West, keeper of the peaches of immortality / popularly known as 王母娘娘
 dà shēng jí hū to call loudly (idiom) / to get people's attention / to make one's views known
 biǎn què 秦越人[Qin2 Yue4 ren2] (407-310 BC), Warring States physician known for his medical skills, nicknamed Bian Que after the earliest known Chinese physician allegedly from the 黃帝|黄帝[Huang2 di4] era
 Kǒng fū zǐ Confucius (551-479 BC), Chinese thinker and social philosopher, also known as 孔子[Kong3 zi3]
 Zhōng nán Shān Zhongnan Mountains, near Xi'an / also known as the Taiyi Mountains
 huàn zuò to be called / to be known as
 Sūn Wǔ Sun Wu, also known as Sun Tzu 孫子|孙子[Sun1 zi3] (c. 500 BC, dates of birth and death uncertain), general, strategist and philosopher of the Spring and Autumn Period (700-475 BC), believed to be the author of the “Art of War&rdquo / 孫子兵法|孙子兵法[Sun1 zi3 Bing1 fa3], one of the Seven Military Classics of ancient China 武經七書|武经七书[Wu3 jing1 Qi1 shu1]
 gōng zhī yú zhòng to make known to the masses (idiom) / to publicize widely / to let the world know
 xiǎn míng to reveal, make known
 Hǔ mén Zhèn Humen Town, also known as Taiping 太平[Tai4 ping2], a town within Dongguan prefecture-level city 東莞市|东莞市[Dong1 guan3 shi4], Guangdong
 Hēi Xuàn fēng Black Whirlwind, nickname of 李逵[Li3 Kui2], known for his fearsome behavior in combat and his dark complexion
 Zhí shù jié Arbor Day (March 12th), also known as National Tree Planting Day 全民義務植樹日|全民义务植树日[Quan2 min2 Yi4 wu4 Zhi2 shu4 ri4]
 Yè Shèng táo Ye Shengtao (1894-1988), writer and editor, known esp. for children's books
 jìn rén jiē zhī known by everyone (idiom) / well known / a household name
 Pān Yuè Pan Yue (247-300), later known as 潘安[Pan1 An1], famous handsome and elegant writer from the Western Jin dynasty
 tuō xīng actress or actor known for having been photographed in the nude or for appearing in sexy scenes
 zhōu zhī well known
 Yàn zǐ Yanzi (-c 500 BC), famous statesman from Qi of the Warring States, also known as 晏婴, hero of book 晏子春秋
 Táng Míng huáng Emperor Ming of Tang (685-762), also known as Emperor Xuanzong of Tang 唐玄宗[Tang2 Xuan2 zong1], reigned 712-756
 fù rú jiē zhī understood by everyone (idiom) / well known / a household name
 Huái shān Chinese yam (Dioscorea opposita), also known as nagaimo
 bù cloth / to declare / to announce / to spread / to make known
 Shū jīng the Book of History, one of the Five Classics of Confucianism 五經|五经[Wu3 jing1], a compendium of documents which make up the oldest extant texts of Chinese history, from legendary times down to the time of Confucius, also known as 尚書經|尚书经[Shang4 shu1 jing1], 尚書|尚书[Shang4 shu1], 書|书[Shu1]
 Sài Zhēn zhū Pearl S. Buck (1892-1973), American writer known for her novels on Asian cultures, Pulitzer Prize and Nobel Prize laureate
 Xiǎn Xīng hǎi Xian Xinghai (1905-1945), violinist and composer, known for patriotic wartime pieces, including Yellow River Oratorio 黃河大合唱|黄河大合唱
 xíng shēng ideogram plus phonetic (one of the Six Methods 六書|六书 / of forming Chinese characters) / also known as phonogram, phonetic compound or picto-phonetic character
 Huì Shī Hui Shi, also known as Hui-zi 惠子[Hui4 zi5](c. 370-310 BC), politician and philosopher of the School of Logicians 名家 / [Ming2 jia1] during the Warring States Period (475-220 BC)
 xíng shēng zì radical plus phonetic (one of the Six Methods 六書|六书 / of forming Chinese characters) / also known as phonogram, phonetic compound or picto-phonetic character
 Yàn Yīng Yanzi (-c 500 BC), famous statesman from Qi of the Warring States, also known as 晏子, hero of book 晏子春秋
 bái zhuó gonorrhea (TCM term) / more commonly known as 淋病[lin4 bing4]
 zhù to make known / to show / to prove / to write / book / outstanding
 Lù Yǔ Lu Yu (733-804), Chinese writer from Tang dynasty, known for his obsession with tea
 rén rén jiē zhī known to everyone
 jiǔ wén dà míng your name has been known to me for a long time (polite)
 lù rén jiē zhī understood by everyone (idiom) / well known / a household name
 xiāng jiàn hèn wǎn to regret not having met earlier (idiom) / It is nice to meet you finally. / It feels like we have known each other all along.
 hù gào rén xiǎo to make known to every household (idiom) / to disseminate widely / to shout from the rooftops
 yáng míng sì hǎi known throughout the country (idiom) / world-famous
 Sāng jiān Pú shàng Sangjian by the Pu River, a place in the ancient state of Wei known for wanton behavior / lovers' rendezvous
 bù wéi rén zhī not known to anyone / secret / unknown
 Kǎ sà nuò wǎ Giacomo Casanova (1725-1798), Italian adventurer known for womanizing
 Huì zi Hui-zi also known as Hui Shi 惠施[Hui4 Shi1] (c. 370-310 BC), politician and philosopher of the School of Logicians 名家 / [Ming2 jia1] during the Warring States Period (475-220 BC)
 Qīng lóng Azure Dragon, one of the four symbols of the Chinese constellations, also known as the Azure Dragon of the East 東方青龍|东方青龙[Dong1 fang1 Qing1 long2] or 東方蒼龍|东方苍龙[Dong1 fang1 Cang1 long2] / (slang) man without pubic hair
 A1 tí lā Attila (406-453), Hun emperor, known as the scourge of God
 Mǎ zì dá Mazda, Japanese car make (derived from name Matsuda 松田) / also known as 萬事得|万事得
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