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 diàn dū to determine the position of the capital / to found a capital
 dìng dǐng lit. to set up the sacred tripods (following Yu the Great) / to fix the capital / to found a dynasty / used in advertising  
 xīn xié yì International Convergence of Capital Measurement and Capital Standards: a Revised Framework / Basel II Capital Accord / Basel II  
 péi dū provisional capital of a country (e.g. in time of war) / secondary capital / alternative capital  
  International Convergence of Capital Measurement and Capital Standards: a Revised Framework / Basel II Capital Accord / Basel II  
 yàn zī capital verification / certification of registered capital  
  International Convergence of Capital Measurement and Capital Standards: a Revised Framework / Basel II Capital Accord / Basel II  
 zhù to cast or found metals
  International convergence of capital measurement and capital standards / Basel Capital Accord / 1988 Basel Accord / Basel I  
 shè to set up / to arrange / to establish / to found / to display
 Dá kǎ Dhaka, capital of Bangladesh / (Tw) Dakar, capital of Senegal  
 chuàng bàn to establish / to found / to launch
 kāi chuàng to initiate / to start / to found
 shí jiǎo zī běn paid-in capital / contributed capital (finance)  
 kāi guó to found a state / to open a closed country
 chuàng shè to establish / to found / to create (a good environment)
1988年  International convergence of capital measurement and capital standards / Basel Capital Accord / 1988 Basel Accord / Basel I  
 shí shōu zī běn paid-in capital / contributed capital (finance)  
 chuàng jiàn to found / to establish
 dì zào to found / to create
 jiàn to establish / to found / to set up / to build / to construct
 chuàng shǐ to initiate / to found
 lì guó to found a country
 kāi lì to found or start
 chuàng lì to establish / to set up / to found
 chuàng kān to start publishing / to found a journal  
 méi yǐng to vanish / to be nowhere to be found / unfounded (story)  
 yáng a weevil found in rice etc  
  International convergence of capital measurement and capital standards / Basel Capital Accord / 1988 Basel Accord / Basel I  
 lóng gōng bèi Rumphius' slit shell (Entemnotrochus rumphii), found in Japan and Taiwan  
 shǒu yì local capital / regional capital  
 wú chù kě xún cannot be found anywhere (idiom)  
 tǔ lóu traditional communal residence, usually of circular shape, found in Fujian province  
 Kāi fēng Kaifeng prefecture level city in Henan, old capital of Northern Song, former provincial capital of Henan / old name Bianliang 汴 /  
 Jīn sī dūn Kingstown, capital of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines / Kingston, capital of Jamaica  
 Jīng sī dūn Kingstown, capital of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines / (Tw) Kingston, capital of Jamaica  
 jiàn guó to found a country / nation-building / the foundation of PRC by Mao Zedong in 1949
 Kāi fēng shì Kaifeng prefecture level city in Henan, old capital of Northern Song, former provincial capital of Henan / old name Bianliang 汴 /  
 gù dū former capital / ancient capital
 Hàn chéng Hanseong, old name of Seoul as traditional capital of Korea and capital of South Korea / adopted new Chinese spelling 首 / / |首 / / [Shou3 er3] in 2005  
 bù jiàn jīng zhuàn not found in the classics (idiom) / unknown / unfounded / not authoritative
 Nán jīng Nanjing subprovincial city on the Changjiang, capital of Jiangsu province 江 / / |江 / / capital of China at different historical periods  
 shǒu dū lǐng dì capital territory / Australian Capital Territory (ACT) around Canberra 堪 / /  
 Nán jīng shì Nanjing subprovincial city on the Changjiang, capital of Jiangsu province 江 / / |江 / / capital of China at different historical periods  
 bān líng Nemorhaedus goral, a species of antelope found in Xinjiang  
 jiàn shù to make a contribution / to establish / to found / contribution
 shī wù rèn lǐng lost and found  
 dàn huáng sù lecithin (phospholipid found in egg yolk)  
 dào chù kě jiàn ubiquitous / commonplace / found everywhere  
 huáng qū méi Aspergillus flavus (fungus typically found on crops)  
 zì rán zī běn natural capital / natural resource capital  
 biàn bù to cover the whole (area) / to be found throughout
 jiàn lì to establish / to set up / to found
 shuǐ yǔ bìng Minamata disease (mercury poisoning found in Southern Japan in 1956)  
  capital accumulation / accumulation of capital  
 Yǎng guāng Yangon (Rangoon), main city of south Myanmar (Burma), the national capital until November 2005, when the capital moved to Naypyidaw 内 / / / or Pyinmana 彬 / / / / /  
 Liáo níng gǔ dào niǎo Archaeoraptor liaoningensis (bird-like dinosaur found in Liaoning province)  
 chéng jūn lit. to form an army / to set up (team, group, band, organization etc) / to found / opening (ceremony) / to commission (arms system, naval vessel) / to graduate from an apprenticeship  
 èr lián jù dào lóng Gigantoraptor erlianensis (a giant bird-like dinosaur found in Erlian in Inner Mongolia)  
 tāo tiè ferocious mythological animal, the fifth son of the dragon king / zoomorphic mask motif, found on Shang and Zhou ritual bronzes / gluttonous / sumptuous (banquet)
 yì zhī suǒ zài justice is to be found everywhere (idiom)  
 luǎn lín zhī lecithin (phospholipid found in egg yolk)  
 shī wù zhāo lǐng lost-and-found  
 huáng qū méi jūn Aspergillus flavus (fungus typically found on crops)  
 zhāo cái māo maneki-neko or "lucky cat", Japanese figurine cat usually found at the entrance of shops, restaurants etc, believed to bring good fortune  
 Dīng Wěi liáng William A.P. Martin (1827-1916), American missionary who lived 62 years in China between 1850 and 1916, and helped found many Chinese colleges, first president of Beijing university  
 Chén qiáo bīng biàn the military revolt of 960 that led Zhao Kuangyin 趙 / / / |赵 / / / to found the Song dynasty  
 yáng bái cài cabbage (round cabbage most commonly found in Western countries)
 bǐ bǐ jiē shì can be found everywhere
 lú capital (of column) / smoke tree  
 jiù guó old capital
 zhǎn to behead (as form of capital punishment) / to chop
 Kāi luó Cairo, capital of Egypt  
 Luó mǎ Rome, capital of Italy  
 zī resources / capital / to provide / to supply / to support / money / expense
 zī cái assets / capital and materials
 nóng zī rural capital (finance)  
 Qiáo zhèn Bridgetown, capital of Barbados (Tw)  
 Yà lún Aaron (name) / Yaren, capital of Nauru  
 Nèi luó bì Nairobi, capital of Kenya  
 yóu zī floating capital / idle fund / hot money  
 Mài nà mǎ Manama, capital of Bahrain (Tw)  
 shěng huì provincial capital
 zī běn capital (economics)
 guó dū national capital
 huán běn to repay capital  
 jùn huì county capital  
 zēng zī capital increase  
 mín zī private capital  
 jiù dū old capital
 Dōng jīng Tokyo, capital of Japan  
 Hé nèi Hanoi, capital of Vietnam  
 Huá shā Warsaw, capital of Poland  
 Jī fǔ Kiev, capital of Ukraine  
 Luó suǒ Roseau, capital of Dominica  
 Ná sāo Nassau, capital of The Bahamas  
 qiān dū to move the capital (city)  
 Sū wǎ Suva, capital of Fiji  
 zī jīn funds / funding / capital
 Lán xīn Lansing, capital of Michigan  

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