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Meaning of 吴三桂

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sān guì (Trad.: 吳三桂)
Wu Sangui (1612-1678), Chinese general who let the Manchus into China and helped them establish the Qing Dynasty, later leading a revolt against Qing in an effort to start his own dynasty
Example Sentences
1
Into the way, that the Emperor has been hanged Chongzhen Meishan, Sangui had led the troops to return Shanhaiguan.
2
This time, Sangui is also in the lingering hesitation among: that it be faithful to the Ming Dynasty, Ming Dynasty has collapsed;
3
便
Every weapon was aimed into the room. One command from the Satrap, and the three of them would become human hedgehogs , bristling with arrows and spears.
4
Father's imprisonment, concubine was robbed, a great insult that Sangui rage, said one: "a real man can not protect a woman, what people see Jesus face."