"Scholar" • Chinese-English Dictionary

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 dà fāng expert / scholar / mother earth / a type of green tea
 xué zhě scholar
 xué jiā scholar
 shū shēng scholar / intellectual / egghead
 yuàn shì scholar / academician / fellow (of an academy)
 xué zǐ (literary) student / scholar
 wén rén scholar / literati
 xiù cai a person who has passed the county level imperial exam (historical) / scholar / skillful writer / fine talent
 dú shū rén scholar / intellectual
 xué rén scholar / learned person
 wén shì literati / scholar
 shì rén scholar
 shì member of the senior ministerial class (old) / scholar (old) / bachelor / honorific / soldier / noncommissioned officer / specialist worker
 rú scholar / Confucian
 shì zǐ official / scholar (old)
 chǎn yè liàn industry chain (concept proposed by US scholar Michael Porter in 1985)
 cái zǐ gifted scholar
 zōng shī great scholar respected for learning and integrity
 míng shì famous scholar / worthy / celebrity, esp. distinguished literary person having no official post
 shì dà fū scholar officials
 tài dǒu leading scholar of his time / magnate
 Wáng Xiǎo bō Wang Xiaobo (1952-1997), scholar and novelist
 rú shēng Confucian scholar (old)
 yǎ shì elegant scholar
 Wáng Guó wéi Wang Guowei (1877-1927), noted scholar
 cái zǐ jiā rén gifted scholar, beautiful lady (idiom) / pair of ideal lovers
 xiāng shēn a scholar or government official living in one's village / a village gentleman / squire
 zhū shēng Imperial scholar from the Ming Dynasty onwards
 Liú Xiàng Liu Xiang (77-6 BC), Han Dynasty scholar and author
 Zhèng Xuán Zheng Xuan (127-200), late Han scholar
 bái miàn shū shēng lit. pale-faced scholar (idiom) / young and inexperienced person without practical experience / still wet behind the ears
 hàn xué jiā sinologist / scholar of Chinese
 Wèi Yuán Wei Yuan (1794-1857), Qing dynasty thinker, historian and scholar
 Wáng Fū zhī Wang Fuzhi (1619-1692), wide-ranging scholar of the Ming-Qing transition
 Zhōu Dūn yí Zhou Dunyi (1017-1073), Song dynasty neo-Confucian scholar
 Zhāng Dài Zhang Dai (1597-c. 1684), late Ming scholar
 huái Chinese scholar tree (Sophora japonica) / Japanese pagoda tree
 jiā rén cái zǐ beautiful lady, gifted scholar (idiom) / pair of ideal lovers
 bó shì mǎi lu:2 lit. the scholar buys a donkey (idiom) / fig. long-winded verbiage that never gets to the point / idiom mocking scholastic pomposity
 wén wǔ shuāng quán well versed in letters and military technology (idiom) / fine scholar and soldier / master of pen and sword
 lóng jū fèng chú brilliant young man / talented young scholar
 shēng yuán scholar preparing for imperial examinations (in former times)
 Chén Rén xī Chen Renxi (1581-1636), late Ming scholar and prolific author
 A1 shén lā wéi surname Ashrawi / Hanan Daoud Khalil Ashrawi (1946-), Palestinian scholar and political activist
 Yú Dān Yu Dan (1965-), female scholar, writer, educator and TV presenter
 Rú shì a Confucian scholar
 Sī mǎ Tán Sima Tan (-110 BC), Han dynasty scholar and historian, and father of 司馬遷|司马迁[Si1 ma3 Qian1]
 Tài jí Tú shuō philosophical book by Song dynasty scholar Zhou Dunyi 周敦頤|周敦颐[Zhou1 Dun1 yi2], starting from an interpretation of the Book of Changes
宿 sù rú experienced scholar / old expert in the field
 Zhāng Pǔ Zhang Pu (1602-1641), Ming dynasty scholar and prolific writer, proponent of 複社|复社[fu4 she4] cultural renewal movement, author of Five tombstone inscriptions 五人墓碑記|五人墓碑记[wu3 ren2 mu4 bei1 ji4]
 hòu xué junior scholar or pupil in imperial China
 cuò dà worthless scholar / useless wretch
 Yáng Xióng Yang Xiong (53 BC-18 AD), scholar, poet and lexicographer, author of the first Chinese dialect dictionary 方言[Fang1 yan2]
 Lǐ Fǎng Li Fang (925-996), scholar between Tang and Song dynasties, author of fictional history
 Lǐ Aó Li Ao (774-836), Tang dynasty scholar and writer, colleague of Han Yu 韓愈 / in promoting classical writing 古文運動|古文运动
 Lǐ Zhào Li Zhao (c. 800), Tang dynasty scholar and official
 Méi lǐ měi Prosper Mérimée (1803-1870), French scholar and writer, author of novel Carmen on which Bizet based his opera
 Yáng Shǒu rén Yang Shouren (1912-2005), PRC agricultural scientist / Yang Shouren (16th century), Ming dynasty scholar
西 Tài xī dà rú Great European Scholar (honorific title of Matteo Ricci)
 Wáng Shū wén Wang Shuwen (735-806), famous Tang dynasty scholar, Go player and politician, a leader of failed Yongzhen Reform 永貞革新|永贞革新[Yong3 zhen1 Ge2 xin1] of 805
 Wáng Dài yú Wang Daiyu (1584-1670), Hui Islamic scholar of the Ming-Qing transition
 Wáng Sù Wang Su (c. 195-256), classical scholar of Cao Wei dynasty, believed to have forged several classical texts
 lǐ xué jiā scholar of the rationalist school of Neo-Confucianism 理學|理学[Li3 xue2]
 Gān bā lǐ Professor Ibrahim Gambari (1944-), Nigerian scholar and diplomat, ambassador to UN 1990-1999, UN envoy to Burma from 2007
 Pí tè lā kè Petrarch / Francesco Petrarca (1304-1374), Italian scholar and lyric poet, famous for sonnets
 yàn xiōng yàn dì lit. older scholar and younger scholar / close friends (idiom)
 Chéng Yí Cheng Yi (1033-1107), Song neo-Confucian scholar
 Chéng Hào Cheng Hao (1032-1085), Song neo-Confucian scholar
 Zhāng Tài yán Zhang Taiyan (1869-1936), scholar, journalist, revolutionary and leading intellectual around the time of the Xinhai revolution
 Zhāng Bǐng lín Zhang Taiyan 章太炎 / (1869-1936), scholar, journalist, revolutionary and leading intellectual around the time of the Xinhai revolution
 Zā mǎ lá dīng Jamal al-Din ibn Muhammad al-Najjari (13th century), famous Persian astronomer and scholar who served Khubilai Khan 忽必烈 / from c. 1260
 Yú Yìng lóng Yu Yinglong, Yuan dynasty scholar, collaborated on the geographical encyclopedia Dayuan Dayi Tongzhi 大元大一統誌|大元大一统志
 Shào Yōng Shao Yong (1011-1077), Northern Song poet and Rationalist scholar 理學家|理学家
 A1 wàng Qū péi Ngawang Choephel (1966-), Tibetan musicologist and dissident, Fullbright scholar (1993-1994), jailed 1995-2002 then released to US
 Huáng Zōng xī Huang Zongxi (1610-1695), scholar and writer of the Ming-Qing transition
 Lu:3 Dòng bīn / Dongbin (796-), Tang Dynasty scholar, one of the Eight Immortals 八仙[Ba1 xian1]
 gēng dú to be both a farmer and a scholar / to work the land and also undertake academic studies
 Zhèng zì tōng Zhengzitong, Chinese character dictionary with 33,549 entries, edited by Ming scholar Zhang Zilie 張自烈|张自烈[Zhang1 Zi4 lie4] in 17th century
 hóng rú learned scholar
 Zhāng Cháng Zhang Chang, official and scholar of the Western Han dynasty
 Zhāng Zì liè Zhang Zilie (1597-1673), Ming dynasty scholar, author of Zhengzitong 正字通[Zheng4 zi4 tong1]
 Táo Zōng yí Tao Zongyi (c. 1329-1410), Yuan dynasty scholar
 Kǒng Yǐng dá Kong Yingda (574-648), Confucian scholar
 Sūn Shān Sun Shan, Song Dynasty joker and talented scholar
 Kē Shào mín Ke Shaomin (1850-1933), scholar, author of New History of the Yuan Dynasty 新元史[Xin1 Yuan2 shi3]
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