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hog / pig / swine / CL: , 頭|头
pig trotters
wild boar (Sus scrofa) / CL: 頭|头
pig head / (coll.) fool / jerk
Zhu Bajie, character in Journey to the West 西遊記|西游记, with pig-like characteristics and armed with a muckrake / Pigsy in Arthur Waley's translation
pork ribs / pork chop
swine fever
pigsty (lit. and fig.)
pervert (esp. one who gropes women in public)
suckling pig
pork tripe
cylindrical bamboo or wire frame used to constrain a pig during transport
tropical pitcher plant (i.e. genus Nepenthes)
to drown sb in a wicker basket, a form of 沉潭
Year 12, year of the Boar (e.g. 2007)
swine influenza / swine flu / influenza A (H1N1)
pig's tail (meat)
bacon / cured pork
a boneheaded teammate can do you more harm than the most formidable opponent (idiom)
poria mushroom (Polyporus umbellatus)
(coll.) feeder pig
pork bouillon powder / (neologism) (slang) a person who, like a pig, is fat and ugly and given to histrionics
swine influenza virus (SIV)
stupid swine / idiot
pork fillet
guinea pig
lit. time is a butcher's knife / fig. time marches on, relentless and unforgiving / nothing gold can stay
dissolute companions / disreputable comrades
ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) / fishwort (Houttuynia cordata)
see 刈包
a French-style bread, similar to a small baguette, commonly seen in Hong Kong and Macao
Chinese river dolphin, Lipotes vexillifer
Bay of Pigs (Cuba)
lit. people fear getting famous like pigs fear fattening up (for the slaughter) / fig. fame has its price
pork steak
(economics) (derog.) PIGS (Portugal, Italy, Greece and Spain) / PIIGS (Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece and Spain)
Chinese truffle
feeder pig
worse than a dog or pig / lower than low
streaky bacon
lit. people fear getting famous like pigs fear fattening up (for the slaughter) / fig. fame has its price
pig offal
streptococcus suis (swine-borne disease)
variant of 仔豬|仔猪
Berkshire pig / Berkshire swine
truffle hog
lit. a dead pig doesn't fear scalding water (idiom) / fig. a person who has nothing more to lose will go to any lengths, regardless of the consequences
to kill the pigs and slaughter the sheep (idiom)
live pig
Chinese alligator (Alligator sinensis)
Year of the Boar (e.g. 2007)
Zhu Bajie 豬八戒|猪八戒 or Zhu Wuneng, Pigsy or Pig (in Journey to the West)
swine vesicular disease (SVD)
pig-dog (intended as insult) / Schweinhund
pig streptococcus / streptococcus suis

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