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jú miàn
n. situation, prospect, circumstance
Simplified stroke orders are based on the 'Standard of National Commonly-used Mandarin Chinese Characters (现代汉语通用字笔顺规范)', issued by the China National Language and Character Working Committee (国家语言文字工作委员会) on April 7th 1997. Traditional stroke orders are based on information issued by the Taiwan Ministry of Education.
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xīn de zhèng cè wèi gōng sī de fā zhǎn kāi chuàng le xīn de jú miàn .
phr. The new policy brings about a new situation for the company's development.
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jǐn zhāng de jú miàn màn màn huǎn hé le .
phr. The tense atmosphere gradually relaxed.
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tā bù zhī dào zěn me yìng fù zhè zhǒng fù zá de jú miàn .
phr. He doesn't know how to deal with such complicated situations.
nǔ lì chuàng zào yí gè shuāng yíng de jú miàn
phr. try hard to create a win-win situation
niú zhuǎn jú miàn
v. turn the scale, turn the tables, reverse the tide
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zòng guān měi guó lì shǐ , zhè zhǒng jú miàn yì zhí rú cí xián yǒu lì wài
phr. That has been the situation throughout America's history, with few exceptions.
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gōng sī chū xiàn le yuè jìn de jú miàn
phr. The company developed by leaps and bounds.
bǎo chí jiào hǎo de jú miàn
phr. to keep a relatively good situation