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Pīnyīn
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in a difficult situation / to cut a sorry figure / scoundrel! (derog.)
HSK 6
to wolf down one's food (idiom); to devour ravenously / to gorge oneself
HSK 6
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  *狼* | 狼* | *狼
werewolf
in a mess / scattered about / in complete disorder
variant of 榔頭|榔头
wolfdog
lupus (skin disease)
battered and exhausted / stuck in a dilemma
smoke signal indicating the presence of hostile forces
villains collude together (idiom); to work hand in glove with sb (to nefarious ends)
ambition of wild wolves (idiom); rapacious designs
writing brush of weasel bristle
lit. heart of wolf and lungs of dog (idiom) / cruel and unscrupulous
wolf cub
variant of 狼藉
Wolf Totem, novel by Lü Jiamin 呂嘉民|吕嘉民 aka Jiang Rong 姜戎
fire beacons on all sides (idiom); enveloped in the flames of war
Mount Langya in Hebei
to look over one's shoulder constantly (like a wolf) / to be fearful
wolf child / human child raised by wolves (in legends)
wolf spider
the wolf runs and the wild boar rushes (idiom); crowds of evil-doers mill around like wild beasts
wolverine (Gulo gulo), also named 貂熊
wolves howling / (fig.) to howl / to ululate
(old) henchman
wolf trap (trou de loup), medieval defensive trap consisting of a concealed pit with sharp spikes
lit. wolves howling, devils groaning (idiom); pathetic screams
many wolves and not enough meat / not enough to go around


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