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CH British & World English

(In the UK) Companion of Honour

Companion of Honour British & World English

(In the UK) a member of an order founded in 1917, for distinguished achievement, with membership limited to sixty-five people

CH in Companion of Honour British & World English

(In the UK) a member of an order founded in 1917, for distinguished achievement, with membership limited to sixty-five people

wei ch'i British & World English

A traditional Chinese board game of territorial possession and capture

t'ai chi ch'uan British & World English

A Chinese martial art and system of callisthenics, consisting of sequences of very slow controlled movements

Qin British & World English

A dynasty that ruled China 221–206 bc and was the first to establish rule over a united China. The construction of the Great Wall of China was begun during this period

Ch'in in Qin British & World English

A dynasty that ruled China 221–206 bc and was the first to establish rule over a united China. The construction of the Great Wall of China was begun during this period

Qing British & World English

A dynasty established by the Manchus that ruled China 1644–1911. Its overthrow in 1911 by Sun Yat-sen and his supporters ended imperial rule in China

Ch'ing in Qing British & World English

A dynasty established by the Manchus that ruled China 1644–1911. Its overthrow in 1911 by Sun Yat-sen and his supporters ended imperial rule in China

Panchiao British & World English

A city in northern Taiwan, southwest of Taipei; population 547,600 (est. 2007)

Pan-ch'iao in Panchiao British & World English

A city in northern Taiwan, southwest of Taipei; population 547,600 (est. 2007)

Ch Spanish-English

a combination formerly treated as a separate letter in the Spanish alphabet. Older texts may order words accordingly

ch in Ch Spanish-English

a combination formerly treated as a separate letter in the Spanish alphabet. Older texts may order words accordingly

ch. in church New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

cap. in the names of institutions, e.g. the Church of England; abbrev. C or ch.

S. of III Ch. New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

Song of the Three Children (Apocrypha)

Qin New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

dynasty that ruled China 221–206 bc

Qing New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

dynasty that ruled China 1644–1912


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