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  *拆* | 拆* | *拆
to tear open / to tear down / to tear apart / to open
  *撕* | 撕* | *撕
to tear
to shed tears
  *扒* | 扒* | *扒
to peel / to skin / to tear / to pull down / to cling to (sth on which one is climbing) / to dig
  *扯* | 扯* | *扯
to pull / to tear / (of cloth, thread etc) to buy / to chat / to gossip / (coll.) (Tw) ridiculous / hokey
lit. not to know whether to laugh or cry (idiom) / both funny and extremely embarrassing / between laughter and tears
  *淚* | 淚* | *淚
  *夷* | 夷* | *夷
non-Han people, esp. to the East of China / barbarians / to wipe out / to exterminate / to tear down / to raze
gleaming with tears / woof woof (sound of a dog barking) / (literary) (of a body of water) broad and deep
wear and tear / wearing out by friction
  *搵* | 搵* | *搵
(literary) to wipe away (tears) / to press with one's fingers / to soak
to tear down / to destroy / to dismantle (a gang) / to abort (a fetus)
tears / crying / CL:
to suffer wear and tear; to deteriorate through use; to wear out
lit. not to know whether to laugh or cry (idiom) / between laughter and tears
teardrop / tears
to tear / to rip
to shed tears / to weep
to tear to shreds
to tear apart
  *哧* | 哧* | *哧
(onom.) giggling / breathing / tearing of paper, ripping of fabric etc
grains of Job's tears plant 薏苡
to sprinkle / to shed (tears, blood etc) / fig. free, unconstrained / to write in a free style
tear or rupture / to have a tear (e.g. in one's clothes) / without restraint (e.g. of swearing)
very slight sound / rustling (onom.) / to stream down (of tears) / luxuriant growth (of vegetation)
tears of blood (symbol of extreme suffering) / blood and tears
grains of Job's tears plant 薏苡
  *淌* | 淌* | *淌
to drip / to trickle / to shed (tears)
  *捩* | 捩* | *捩
tear / twist
durable / proof against wear and tear
(of tears etc) filling the eyes / (of scenery etc) filling one's field of view
tears in the eyes
hot tears
hypocritical / unctuous / insincerely courteous / to shed crocodile tears
weeping bitter tears
cheeks streaming with tears (idiom)
lit. like raindrops on a pear blossom (idiom) / fig. tear-stained face of a beauty
  *擘* | 擘* | *擘
thumb / to break / to tear / to pierce / to split
to be full of (emotion) / to brim with (love, tears etc)
  *洏* | 洏* | *洏
to flow (as water or tears)
tear stains
  *汍* | 汍* | *汍
shed tears
splinter / chip / tear (split in a surface) / lobe
to have an acrimonious falling-out / to shed all pretense of cordiality / to tear into each other
  *撦* | 撦* | *撦
variant of / to pull / to tear
  *轘* | 轘* | *轘
to tear between chariots (as punishment)
to train hard / to practice diligently / hard work / blood, sweat, and tears
(anatomy) lacrimal punctum / (literary) tears / (neologism c. 2015) the point at which one is moved to tears
to tear down / to demolish / to dismantle / to remove
dry eye / xerophthalmia (drying of the tear glands, often due to lack of vitamin A)
crying tears of joy (idiom)
to bathe one's face in tears (idiom)
to shed tears
tear apart
lit. to tear the ticket / to kill a hostage (usually held for ransom)
to weep / to shed tears
to tear up / to rip up / too shred
to shed tears / to weep
to shed tears
to burst into tears / to sob loudly / to bawl
to shed silent tears (idiom)
lit. to spit out one's heart and spill blood (idiom) / to work one's heart out / blood, sweat and 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
to tear up / to tear to pieces
to shed tears while recounting sth / speaking in a tearful voice
tear bomb / tear-gas grenade
to remove / to tear off
person who is crying their eyes out, whose face is wet with tears
tears / teardrops
to lift open / to tear open
fish-like person in Chinese folklore whose tears turn into pearls
to shed tears / to be all in tears
tears falling like rain (idiom)
tear gas
tearful / brimming with tears
to tear off a person's four limbs and head using five horse drawn carts (as capital punishment) / to tear limb from limb
to let drip / to trickle down / to shed (tears)
the cat weeps for the dead mouse (idiom); hypocritical pretence of condolence / crocodile tears
eyes brimming with tears of excitement (idiom) / extremely moved
to be overflowing with tears (idiom)
to shed tears
lit. not to shed a tear until one sees the coffin (idiom) / fig. refuse to be convinced until one is faced with grim reality
tear duct
lit. the cuckoo, after its tears are exhausted, continues by weeping blood (idiom) / fig. extreme grief
tears and mucus flowing profusely / sniveling / in a tragic state
to shed a tear
grains of Job's tears plant 薏苡
the cat weeps for the dead mouse (idiom); hypocritical pretence of condolence / crocodile tears
to cry out loud without tears
to cut / to throw out / to depose (from office) / to tear off
to tear down and reuse / to cannibalize
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
tears and mucus flowing profusely (idiom); weeping tragically
crocodile tears / fig. hypocritical words of sympathy
phony mercy / sham benevolence / crocodile tears
to cry out loud without tears
a flood of tears and mucus / broken-hearted and weeping bitterly
wishing for profit, but causing loss (idiom); good intentions that lead to disaster / It all ends in tears.
wear and tear / to wear away over time
tear-jerker (movie)

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