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 mù hóu ér guàn lit. a monkey wearing a hat (idiom) / fig. worthless person in imposing attire  
 Héng hé hóu rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta) / rhesus monkey / lit. river Ganges monkey of north India  
  wearing strip / wearing course / wearing surface  
  wearing strip / wearing course / wearing surface  
  wearing strip / wearing course / wearing surface  
 mǎ liú monkey (dialect) / little monkey (affectionate term for children, subordinates)  
 miǎn crown in the form of a horizontal board with hanging decorations / imperial crown
 chūn gōng Crown Prince's chambers / by extension, the Crown Prince / erotic picture
 shuǎ hóu to get a monkey to perform tricks / to put on a monkey show / to make fun of sb / to tease  
 chūn wéi metropolitan civil service examination (held triennially in spring in imperial times) / Crown Prince's chambers / by extension, the Crown Prince  
 Tài zǐ dǎng lit. Crown Prince Party / princelings, descendants of senior communist officials (PRC)  
 shā jī xià hóu lit. killing the chicken to scare the monkey (idiom) / to punish an individual as an example to others / pour encourager les autres
 huáng páo jiā shēn lit. to take the yellow gown (idiom) / fig. to be made emperor / to take the crown
 shā jī gěi hóu kàn lit. to kill a chicken in front of a monkey / fig. to make an example of sb (by punishment) to frighten others  
 shā jī jǐng hóu lit. killing the chicken to warn the monkey (idiom) / to punish an individual as an example to others / pour encourager les autres  
 shā jī jǐng hóu lit. killing the chicken to warn the monkey (idiom) / to punish an individual as an example to others / pour encourager les autres  
 xīn yuán yì mǎ lit. heart like a frisky monkey, mind like a cantering horse (idiom) / fig. capricious (derog.) / to have ants in one's pants / hyperactive / adventurous and uncontrollable
 Dà nào Tiān gōng Monkey Wreaks Havoc in Heaven, story about the Monkey King Sun Wukong 孫 / / / |孙 / / / [Sun1 Wu4 kong1] from the novel Journey to the West 西 / / / |西 / /  
  forest crown / crown  
 xiāo shí erosion / wearing away / ablation  
穿 shì chuān to try wearing clothes / fitting trial
 bǎng yé topless guy (man who, in a public place, is not wearing a shirt)  
 sūn (monkey)  
 mó hào wear and tear / wearing out by friction
 líng zhǎng primate (monkey, hominid etc)  
 lǎo shēng venerable middle-aged or elderly man, usually wearing an artificial beard (in Chinese opera)
穿 shēn chuān to wear / wearing (a uniform)
 nóng zhuāng yàn mǒ to apply makeup conspicuously (idiom) / dressed to the nines and wearing makeup
 yī sī bù guà not wearing one thread (idiom) / absolutely naked / without a stitch of clothing / in one's birthday suit
 líng zhǎng lèi primate (monkey, hominid etc)  
 huáng chǔ crown prince
齿 chǐ guān crown of tooth  
 guān hat / crown / crest / cap
 guān zhuàng coronary / crown-shaped  
 tóu guān a crown / top of the head  
 wáng chǔ crown prince / heir to throne
 wèi miǎn to defend the crown (in sports championship)
 dǐng gǎn top bar / crown bar  
 dǐng tún cháng crown-rump  
 nǎo piáo r top of the head / crown  
 hóu xì monkey show  
 hóu monkey / CL:隻 / |只 / [zhi1]
 yù legendary monkey of ancient China  
 hóu r monkey
 xiǎn mǎ (official title) herald to the crown prince (in Imperial China)  
 xuān miǎn chariot and crown (symbols of important persons) / fig. royals and dignitaries  
 dǐng lún sahasrā / ra or sahasrara, the crown or fontanel chakra 查 / / / , residing at the top of the skull  
 guǒ monkey  
 lì a kind of monkey  
 lóng niǎo jiàn yuán bird in a basket, monkey in a cage (idiom) / prisoner  
 cè fēng to confer a title upon sb / to dub / to crown / to invest with rank or title
 Dé rén Naruhito (1960-), crown prince of Japan  
 duó guàn to seize the crown / fig. to win a championship / to win gold medal  
  crown cover  
 hóu quán Hou Quan - "Monkey Fist" - Martial Art  
 yín yè hóu silvered leaf monkey / silvered langur  
 tún yóu monkey's seat pads (zoology)
 hú monkey  
 Wú zhī qí a water goblin in Chinese mythology usually depicted as a monkey  
 jīn sī hóu golden snub-nosed monkey (Rhinopithecus roxellana)  
 tài zǐ crown prince
 huáng guān crown (headgear)
 jiā miǎn to crown / coronation
 yá guān crown of tooth  
 hóu zi monkey / CL:隻 / |只 / [zhi1]
 hóu nián Year of the Monkey (e.g. 2004)  
 jí ěr dá gelada (Theropithecus gelada), Ethiopian herbivorous monkey similar to baboon  
 guān zi crest / crown  
 wáng guān crown
 shēn to extend / to state / to explain / 9th earthly branch: 3-5 p.m., 7th solar month (7th August-7th September), year of the Monkey
 guān miǎn royal crown / official hat / official / leader / chief / elegant and stately
 yuè guì guān laurel crown / victory garland (in Greek and Western culture)  
 jǐng fǔ bìng collar rot / crown rot  
 zhāng fǔ jiàn lu:3 court crown beneath straw shoe (idiom) / everything turned upside down  
 tóng hāo crown daisy / garland chrysanthemum / Chrysanthemum coronarium  
 dǐng apex / crown of the head / top / roof / most / to carry on the head / to push to the top / to go against / to replace / to substitute / to be subjected to (an aerial bombing, hailstorm etc) / (slang) to "bump" a forum thread to raise its profile / classif
 sēng mào hóu capuchin monkey / genus Cebidae  
 huáng tài zǐ crown prince
 hóu miàn bāo shù boabab tree / monkey-bread tree / Adansonia digitata (botany)  
 guǎn zi qián pipe wrench / monkey wrench  
 Sūn Wù kōng Sun Wukong, the Monkey King, character with supernatural powers in the novel Journey to the West 西 / / / |西 / /  
 Hóu wáng Sun Wukong, the Monkey King, character with supernatural powers in the novel Journey to the West 西 / / / |西 / / / [Xi1 you2 Ji4]  
 shēn hóu Year 9, year of the Monkey (e.g. 2004)  
 Huáng guān chū bǎn Crown publishers, Hong Kong  
 hóu dòu bìng dú monkey pox virus  
 Hā nú màn Hanuman, a monkey God in the Indian epic Ramayana  
 Wù Kōng Sun Wukong, the Monkey King, character with supernatural powers from the novel Journey to the West 西 / / / |西 / / / [Xi1 You2 Ji4]  
 hóu zi tōu táo "monkey steals the peach" (martial arts), distracting an opponent with one hand and seizing his testicles with the other / (coll.) grabbing sb by the balls  
 shī wěi fèi gelada (Theropithecus gelada), Ethiopian herbivorous monkey similar to baboon / also written 吉 / / / |吉 / / / [ji2 er3 da2]  
 Huáng guān chū bǎn jí tuán Crown publishing group, Hong Kong  
西 Xī yóu Jì Journey to the West, Ming dynasty novel by Wu Cheng'en 吳 / / / |吴 / / / , one of the Four Classic Novels of Chinese literature / also called Pilgrimage to the West or Monkey  
 tài zǐ tài bǎo tutor to the crown prince in Imperial China  
 huáng guān shàng de míng zhū the brightest jewel in the crown  
 Qí tiān Dà shèng Great Sage the Equal of Heaven, self proclaimed title of the Monkey King Sun Wukong 孫 / / / |孙 / / / [Sun1 Wu4 kong1] in the novel Journey to the West 西 / / / |西 / / / [Xi1 you2 Ji4]  
 Sūn xíng zhě Sun Wukong 孫 / / / |孙 / / / [Sun1 Wu4 kong1], the Monkey King, character with supernatural powers in the novel Journey to the West 西 / / / |西 / / / [Xi1 you2 Ji4]  
 shùn fēng lit. tail wind / Bon voyage!
 jǔ yǔ lit. unaligned teeth / fig. disagreement
 tū lu:2 Buddhist monk (mocking) / lit. bald donkey  
 hòu chén lit. trailing dust / fig. sb's footsteps / course in life  
 wò lóng lit. hidden dragon / fig. emperor in hiding  

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