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  *豬* | 豬* | *豬
hog / pig / swine / CL: , 頭|头
HSK 5
pork
pork ribs / pork chop
swine fever
lard
pig head / (coll.) fool / jerk
pig trotters
piggery
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 tripe
pig-dog (intended as insult) / Schweinhund
pigsty (lit. and fig.)
tropical pitcher plant (i.e. genus Nepenthes)
Bay of Pigs (Cuba)
worse than a dog or pig / lower than low
pork bouillon powder / (neologism) (slang) a person who, like a pig, is fat and ugly and given to histrionics
pig's tail (meat)
cylindrical bamboo or wire frame used to constrain a pig during transport
poria mushroom (Polyporus umbellatus)
swine influenza virus (SIV)
dissolute companions / disreputable comrades
ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) / fishwort (Houttuynia cordata)
Year of the Boar (e.g. 2007)
Chinese alligator (Alligator sinensis)
swineherd
pigsty
pigsty
pork fillet
pig offal
a French-style bread, similar to a small baguette, commonly seen in Hong Kong and Macao
Zhu Bajie 豬八戒|猪八戒 or Zhu Wuneng, Pigsy or Pig (in Journey to the West)
Chinese truffle
swine vesicular disease (SVD)
swine influenza / swine flu / influenza A (H1N1)
pig streptococcus / streptococcus suis
streptococcus suis (swine-borne disease)


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