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  *泪* | 泪* | *泪
tears
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  *拆* | 拆* | *拆
to tear open / to tear down / to tear apart / to open
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  *撕* | 撕* | *撕
to tear
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tears / crying / CL:
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  *扯* | 扯* | *扯
to pull / to tear / (of cloth, thread etc) to buy / to chat / to gossip / (coll.) (Tw) ridiculous / hokey
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  *扯* | 扯* | *扯
variant of / to pull / to tear
to tear down / to demolish / to dismantle / to remove
gleaming with tears / woof woof (sound of a dog barking) / (literary) (of a body of water) broad and deep
to shed tears
HSK 5
wear and tear / abrasion
wear and tear
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  *扒* | 扒* | *扒
to peel / to skin / to tear / to pull down / to cling to (sth on which one is climbing) / to dig
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teardrop / tears
to shed tears / to weep
to rip apart / to tear / laceration / rent
to move to tears (of a story) / tear-provoking (gas) / lacrimogen
grains of Job's tears plant 薏苡
(slang) (lit.) to tear cunt / (fig.) (of females) to have a catfight / to have a bitch fight
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  *夷* | 夷* | *夷
non-Han people, esp. to the East of China / barbarians / to wipe out / to exterminate / to tear down / to raze
lit. not to know whether to laugh or cry (idiom) / both funny and extremely embarrassing / between laughter and tears
heartbreaking / tear-jerking
to tear down / to destroy / to dismantle (a gang) / to abort (a fetus)
cheeks streaming with tears (idiom)
to sprinkle / to shed (tears, blood etc) / fig. free, unconstrained / to write in a free style
to train hard / to practice diligently / hard work / blood, sweat, and tears
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  *淌* | 淌* | *淌
to drip / to trickle / to shed (tears)
to be full of (emotion) / to brim with (love, tears etc)
tears of blood (symbol of extreme suffering) / blood and tears
to lift open / to tear open
(of tears etc) filling the eyes / (of scenery etc) filling one's field of view
to tear to shreds
hole or tear in cloth / mistake or gap in a speech or theory
to tear out (and throw away) / to rip away
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  *涕* | 涕* | *涕
tears / nasal mucus
tear stains
to tear / to rip
eyes brimming with tears of excitement (idiom) / extremely moved
grains of Job's tears plant 薏苡
lit. not to know whether to laugh or cry (idiom) / between laughter and tears
lit. to spit out one's heart and spill blood (idiom) / to work one's heart out / blood, sweat and tears
to tear at (with the teeth, like one animal attacking another)
splinter / chip / tear (split in a surface) / lobe
to tear up / to rip up / too shred
hot tears
tears in the eyes
to cut / to throw out / to depose (from office) / to tear off
to tear apart
to have an acrimonious falling-out / to shed all pretense of cordiality / to tear into each other
to shed silent tears (idiom)
crying tears of joy (idiom)
Job's tears plant (Coix lacryma-jobi) / Chinese pearl barley
to shed tears / to be all in tears
weeping bitter tears
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  *哧* | 哧* | *哧
(onom.) giggling / breathing / tearing of paper, ripping of fabric etc
very slight sound / rustling (onom.) / to stream down (of tears) / luxuriant growth (of vegetation)
durable / proof against wear and tear
heroine of Qin dynasty 秦朝 folk tale, who searched for her husband, and whose tears broke down a stretch of the Great Wall to reveal his body
lit. to tear the ticket / to kill a hostage (usually held for ransom)
dry eye / xerophthalmia (drying of the tear glands, often due to lack of vitamin A)
hypocritical / unctuous / insincerely courteous / to shed crocodile tears
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  *擘* | 擘* | *擘
thumb / to break / to tear / to pierce / to split
lit. like raindrops on a pear blossom (idiom) / fig. tear-stained face of a beauty
to shed tears
tear or rupture / to have a tear (e.g. in one's clothes) / without restraint (e.g. of swearing)
tear bomb / tear-gas grenade
tears / teardrops
to burst into tears / to sob loudly / to bawl
tear apart
tears falling like rain (idiom)
wear and tear / wearing out by friction
to shed tears of gratitude (idiom); moved to tears
to tear up / to tear to pieces
to shed tears while recounting sth / speaking in a tearful voice
to shed tears
to bathe one's face in tears (idiom)
to turn tears into laughter (idiom); to turn grief into happiness
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  *揾* | 揾* | *揾
(literary) to wipe away (tears) / to press with one's fingers / to soak
tearful / brimming with tears
to let drip / to trickle down / to shed (tears)
to remove / to tear off
tear gas
to shed tears / to weep
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  *洏* | 洏* | *洏
to flow (as water or tears)
to tear off a person's four limbs and head using five horse drawn carts (as capital punishment) / to tear limb from limb
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  *捩* | 捩* | *捩
tear / twist
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  *磔* | 磔* | *磔
tearing off limbs as punishment
lit. not to shed a tear until one sees the coffin (idiom) / fig. refuse to be convinced until one is faced with grim reality
to be on the verge of tears
lit. the fat and wealth of the people (idiom); the nation's hard-won wealth (esp. as an object of unscrupulous exploitation) / the people's blood, sweat and tears
in floods of tears (idiom)
to weep / to shed tears
to cry out loud without tears
the cat weeps for the dead mouse (idiom); hypocritical pretence of condolence / crocodile tears
tear-jerker (movie)
grains of Job's tears plant 薏苡
with one's face covered in tears (idiom)
tears and mucus flowing profusely / sniveling / in a tragic state
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  *汍* | 汍* | *汍
shed tears
to shed a tear
wishing for profit, but causing loss (idiom); good intentions that lead to disaster / It all ends in tears.

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