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  *烂* | 烂* | *烂
soft / mushy / well-cooked and soft / to rot / to decompose / rotten / worn out / chaotic / messy / utterly / thoroughly / crappy / bad
HSK 5
to glitter / brilliant / splendid
HSK 6
to rot / to putrefy / (fig.) corrupt
HSK 6
splendid / gorgeous / dazzling
dissipated / rotten / decaying
worn-out / rotten / dilapidated / tattered / ragged / rubbish / junk
(of food etc) soft / pulpy / (Tw) (of a person) lacking drive / shiftless / lazy
to fester / to ulcerate
smashed up / broken into pieces / thoroughly mashed / pulpy
to tear up / to tear to pieces
rotting / decaying
to smash
lit. when the seas run dry and the stones go soft (idiom) / fig. forever / until the end of time
to mash / to beat to a pulp
mold / rot
to compare two unsatisfactory things / to argue that others have similar or worse faults (as a response to criticism) / whataboutery
to destroy by smashing / smashed up
to bite off more than one can chew (idiom)
(Tw) (slang) to be ticked off by (sb or sth) / to be pissed at (sb or sth) / to be in a foul mood / down in the dumps / (from Taiwanese 揬𡳞, Tai-lo pr. [tu̍h-lān])
rotten
(slang) (Tw) to bullshit / to fool
lit. rafters that jut out rot first (idiom) / fig. anyone who makes himself conspicuous will be targeted for attack


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