Translation: from chinese to english

from english to chinese

jiāodiǎn

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  • Jiaodian — Original name in latin Jiaodian Name in other language Jiaodian, Jiaodian Zhen, jiao dian State code CN Continent/City Asia/Shanghai longitude 33.76722 latitude 113.22294 altitude 97 Population 0 Date 2012 01 19 …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • jiāodiǎn — [ref dict= Universal (Ch Ru) ]焦点[/ref] …   Chinese phonetic list

  • 交点 — jiāodiǎn (1) [point of intersection]∶线与线相交的点 (2) [node]∶某一天体轨道与特定参考平面的两个交点中的任意一个 …   Advanced Chinese dictionary

  • 校点 — jiàodiǎn [check and punctuate] 校正、 修订并加标点符号 校点古籍 …   Advanced Chinese dictionary

  • 焦点 — jiāodiǎn (1) [focus] (2) 比喻问题的关键或争论、 注意力的集中点 争论的焦点 (3) 辐射线(如光、 热、 声)会聚或由此发散(或看来好像发散)的一点 …   Advanced Chinese dictionary

  • 脚垫 — jiǎodiàn (1) [mat]∶草地板球手投球时一只脚踩在上面的一块材料, 由橡胶或其他材料制成 (2) [callosity]∶多因鞋袜不适, 长时磨擦, 气血受阻, 肌肤失营而成。 其证足底皮肤增厚, 顽硬如板, 行路作痛, 影响步履 …   Advanced Chinese dictionary

  • television magazines — The television magazine format has become a feature of Chinese television schedules, offering a window on to contemporary society. Magazine shows can be broadly classified as investigative news/current affairs or info tainment formats. The first… …   Encyclopedia of Contemporary Chinese Culture

  • television programmes — (a weekly programme schedule CCTV 1) The first TV broadcast in China occurred in May 1958. However, TV did not become the most important mass medium until the last two decades of the twentieth century, when television sets became more commonly… …   Encyclopedia of Contemporary Chinese Culture

  • television ratings and surveys — TV ratings and demographic surveys are familiar territory to the institutions of quantitative reporting on the media industries. The need to scope potential and actual audiences for their viewing expectations and preferences has long been part of …   Encyclopedia of Contemporary Chinese Culture

  • radio and TV hotlines (rexian) and call-in shows — Radio and TV hotlines, which offer listeners and viewers the chance to debate ‘hot’ issues of the day, live and on air, began life in China in the 1980s. The phenomenon first began to appear on the business channels (jingji tai) of major… …   Encyclopedia of Contemporary Chinese Culture

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