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  *贼* | 贼* | *贼
thief / traitor / wily / deceitful / evil / extremely
HSK 6
Bild-Zeitung
pirate
One Piece (manga and anime)
robber
cuttlefish
thief
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *戝* | 戝* | *戝
old variant of 賊|贼
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  *榉* | 榉* | *榉
Zeikowa acuminata
tide of thought / way of thinking characteristic of a historical period / Zeitgeist
(insult) brigand / swindler
thieves' lair
lit. to acknowledge the bandit as one's father (idiom); fig. a complete betrayal / to sell oneself to the enemy
traitor to the nation
cat burglar / burglar who gains entrance by scaling walls / intruding enemy airman / air marauder
brigand
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *鲗* | 鲗* | *鲗
cuttlefish
lit. flower thief / fig. rapist
pirate ship / fig. venture of dubious merit / criminal gang / reactionary faction
to be a thief
lit. to behave like a thief / furtive / underhand
(dialect) stingy / miserly / crafty / cunning
completely / utterly (dialect)
renegade / traitor and bandit
to feel guilty as a thief (idiom); to have sth on one's conscience
to catch a thief
traitor
Quarry Bay (area in Hong Kong)
lit. a thief crying "Stop the thief!" (idiom) / fig. to accuse sb of a theft and try to sneak away oneself / to cover up one's misdeeds by shifting the blame onto others
rebels and traitors (idiom) / general term for scoundrel
horse thief / (old) group of horse-mounted bandits
evil intentions
pirate version / bootleg
a traitor / a treacherous bandit
insect that damages cereal crop seedlings / (lit. and fig.) vermin / a person harmful to the country and the people
renegade / traitor
bright / shiny / dazzling / glaring
to defeat the enemy by capturing their chief (idiom)
lit. to board a pirate ship (idiom) / fig. to associate with criminals
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
to catch a thief by closing his escape route (idiom)
shifty gaze / furtive glance
lit. Shu Han 蜀漢|蜀汉 and Cao Wei 曹魏 cannot coexist (idiom) / fig. two enemies cannot live under the same sky / (former KMT slogan against CCP) "gentlemen and thieves cannot coexist"
squid
(derog.) Buddhist monk
tyrant and oppressor of the people (idiom); traitorous dictator
lit. to mistakenly board a pirate ship / to embark on a hopeless adventure
(coll.) to be burglarized
confirmed thief
(dialect) sparrow
Zeiss Company (Carl Zeiss AG, optical and opto-electronic industries. hq in Oberkochen, Germany)
vampire squid (Vampyroteuthis infernalis)
habitual thief
(bird species of China) long-tailed jaeger (Stercorarius longicaudus)
usurper
shifty-eyed / crafty-looking (idiom)
lit. in the presence of a monk, insult another monk, calling him a bald-headed bandit (idiom) / fig. to insult indirectly / to criticize obliquely
(bird species of China) South Polar skua (Stercorarius maccormicki)
(bird species of China) pomarine skua (Stercorarius pomarinus)
tyrant and oppressor of the people (idiom); traitorous dictator
(bird species of China) parasitic jaeger (Stercorarius parasiticus)
himematsutake mushroom (Agaricus subrufescens or Agaricus blazei Murill)


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