|a craze, a popular wave, a hit with the public||热捧 [re4 peng3]|
|a craze, a popular wave, a hit with the public||熱捧 [re4 peng3]|
|a form or theatrical double act, popular since Qing times, with one player seated stage front and acting out the poem or song of the second player hidden at the back (also written 雙黄|双黄), double reed (as used in oboe or bassoon), an oboe or bassoon||双簧 [shuang1 huang2]|
|a form or theatrical double act, popular since Qing times, with one player seated stage front and acting out the poem or song of the second player hidden at the back (also written 雙黄|双黄), double reed (as used in oboe or bassoon), an oboe or bassoon||雙簧 [shuang1 huang2]|
|a popular craze, explosive popularity||火爆 [huo3 bao4]|
|a popular form of narrative literature flourishing in the Tang Dynasty (618-907) with alternate prose and rhymed parts for recitation and singing (often on Buddhist themes)||变文 [bian4 wen2]|
|a popular form of narrative literature flourishing in the Tang Dynasty (618-907) with alternate prose and rhymed parts for recitation and singing (often on Buddhist themes)||變文 [bian4 wen2]|
|a popular saying, a catchphrase, a cliche, lit. a Zen saying repeated as cant||口头禅 [kou3 tou2 chan2]|
|a popular saying, a catchphrase, a cliche, lit. a Zen saying repeated as cant||口頭禪 [kou3 tou2 chan2]|
|All Men Are Brothers, a popular novel by Shih Nai an (施耐庵)||水滸傳|
|among the people, popular, folk, non-governmental, involving people rather than governments||民間 [min2 jian1]|
|among the people, popular, folk, non-governmental, involving people rather than governments||民间 [min2 jian1]|
|aunt (wife of father's older brothers)||伯母|
|be attached to each other like brothers||情同手足|
|be in fashion, be popular, be in vogue, (of a contagious disease) to spread, rage or be rampant, a fashion, the vogue||流行|
|be popular (with, among), be a favorite (with)||有人望|
|be popular, have won the favor of the people||得人心|
|be popular, win popularity||有人望|
|become sworn brothers||拜把子 [bai4 ba3 zi5]|
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