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  *骂* | 骂* | *骂
to scold / to abuse / to curse / CL: , 頓|顿
  *骂* | 骂* | *骂
variant of 罵|骂
to swear or curse (at people) / to scold or yell at someone
to rain curses (on sb) / to let sb have it / to bawl sb out
to insult / to revile / abuse / vituperation
to hurl abuse / to deride / to call sb names
to beat and scold
to scold
to damn / to curse / to revile
to bawl out / to reprimand severely
infamy / blackened name
to hurl abuse / to trade insults / slanging match
to banter flirtatiously (idiom)
tongue-lashing / to chew out / CL: 頓|顿
to abuse roundly
to receive a scolding
to verbally abuse
to spit on and curse / to revile
to deride / to mock / (jocularly) to heckle good-naturedly / to razz
to swear while talking / to be foul-mouthed
lit. to point at the mulberry tree and curse the locust tree / fig. to scold sb indirectly / to make oblique accusations (idiom)
insult commonly used nationwide
to curse (at sb) / to call sb names
to shout abuses in the street
lit. laughs, jeers, anger and invective (idiom) / fig. all kinds of emotions / to mock and scold / (of writing) freely roving / following the author's fancy
to hurl insults at each other
to curse fiercely
shouting abuse in the street like a fishwife
to scold
to curse / to berate angrily
to suffer beatings and receive abuse (idiom)
to scold without end (idiom); incessant abuse
to abuse / to mock
to chew sb out (Tw)
to scold / abuse
to revile / to abuse verbally
scurrilous / to scold indiscriminately
(literary) to scold / to abuse
lit. to point at the chicken while scolding the dog (idiom) / fig. to make indirect criticisms
lit. in the presence of a monk, insult another monk, calling him a bald-headed bandit (idiom) / fig. to insult indirectly / to criticize obliquely
lit. to insult a bald man while pointing at a monk (idiom) / fig. to insult indirectly / to criticize obliquely
to whip and revile
lit. to eat meat from one's bowl, then put down one's chopsticks and scold one's mother (idiom) / fig. to complain despite being privileged / to be ungrateful for what one has been given

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