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[跳腳] tiàojiǎo to stamp one's feet in anger
tantrum of temper or anxiety
a stomping fit

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        tiào, to jump/to hop/to skip over/to bounce/to palpitate
        tiàowǔ, to dance
        xīntiào, heartbeat/pulse
        tiàoyuè, [跳躍], to jump/to leap/to bound/to skip
        tiàodòng, [跳動], to throb/to pulse/to bounce/to jiggle/to jump about
        tiàosǎn, [跳傘], to parachute/to bail out/parachute jumping
        tiàochū, to jump out/fig. to appear suddenly
        tiàozao, flea
        
        
        tiàoshuǐ, to dive/diving (sport, a Chinese specialty)
        huóbèngluàntiào, [活蹦亂跳], to leap and frisk about (idiom); lively/healthy and active
        tiàolóu, [跳樓], to jump from a building (to kill oneself)/fig. to sell at a large discount (in a...
        tántiào, [彈跳], to bounce/to jump/to leap
        bàotiàorúléi, stamp with fury/fly into a rage
        tiàoqí, Chinese checkers
        tiàozǎoshìchǎng, [跳蚤市場], flea market
        tiàocáo, to change jobs/job-hopping
        bèngbèngtiàotiào, bouncing and vivacious
        tiàobǎn, springboard/jumping-off point/gangplank
        
        tiàogāo, high jump (athletics)
        chēnggāntiào, [撐桿跳], pole-vaulting
        xīnjīngròutiào, [心驚肉跳], lit. heart alarmed, body leaping (idiom); fear and trepidation in the face of di...
        tiàojí, [跳級], to jump a year (at college)
        tiàomǎ, [跳馬], vaulting horse (gymnastics)
        
竿         chēnggāntiào, [撐竿跳], pole-vaulting/also written 撐桿跳|撑杆跳
        
        tiàoyuǎn, [跳遠], long jump (athletics)
        tiàojiǎo, [跳腳], to stamp one's feet in anger/tantrum of temper or anxiety/a stomping fit
        tiàotái, [跳臺], diving platform/diving tower/landing platform
        tiàozhá, [跳閘], (of a circuit breaker or switch) to trip
        
        
        sānjítiào, [三級跳], triple jump (athletics)/hop, skip and jump
        huānbèngluàntiào, [歡蹦亂跳], glowing with health and vivacity (idiom)
        

        jiǎo/jué, [腳], foot/leg (of an animal or an object)/base (of an object)/CL:雙|双[shuāng],隻|只[zhī]...
        jiǎozhǐ, [腳趾], toe
        shǒujiǎo, [手腳], hand and foot/movement of limbs/action/trick
        jiǎohuái, [腳踝], ankle
        jiǎoxià, [腳下], under the foot
        jiǎobù, [腳步], footstep/step
        jiǎoyìn, [腳印], footprint
        biéjiǎo, [蹩腳], inferior/shoddy/lousy/lame
        dàjiǎo, [大腳], bigfoot (mythological animal popular in the US)
        zhǐshǒuhuàjiǎo, [指手畫腳], to gesticulate while talking (idiom)/to explain by waving one's hands/to critici...
        jiǎozhǐtou, [腳趾頭], toe
        jiǎojiān, [腳尖], tiptoe
        jiǎotàchē, [腳踏車], bicycle/bike (Tw)/CL:輛|辆[liàng]
        jiǎodǐ, [腳底], soles of the feet
        luòjiǎo, [落腳], to stay for a time/to stop over/to lodge/to sink down (into soft ground)/left-ov...
        
        jiǎogēn, [腳跟], heel
        dòngshǒudòngjiǎo, [動手動腳], to come to blows/to paw/to grope/to get fresh
        bànjiǎoshí, [絆腳石], stumbling block/obstacle/someone who gets in your way
        quánjiǎo, [拳腳], Chinese boxing/fist and feet/punching and kicking
        
        shǒumángjiǎoluàn, [手忙腳亂], to act with confusion/to be in a flurry/to be flustered
        chìjiǎo, [赤腳], barefoot
        jiǎotàshídì, [腳踏實地], to have one's feet firmly planted on the ground (idiom); realistic without fligh...
        mǎjiǎo, [馬腳], sth one wishes to conceal/the cat (as in "let the cat out of the bag")
        
        zuòshǒujiǎo, [做手腳], to defraud/to rig up (a scam)
        
        jiǎoběn, [腳本], script
        tuǐjiǎo, [腿腳], legs and feet/ability to walk/strides
        sānjiǎojià, [三腳架], tripod/derrick crane
        jiǎohòugēn, [腳後跟], heel
        jiǎobǎn, [腳板], the sole of the foot
        xiǎojiǎo, [小腳], bound feet (traditional)
        jiǎoshǒujià, [腳手架], scaffolding
        diànjiǎoshí, [墊腳石], stepping stone/fig. person used to advance one's career
        shuāngjiǎo, [雙腳], two legs/both feet
        máoshǒumáojiǎo, [毛手毛腳], carelessly and haphazardly/to paw/to grope/to get fresh
        jiǎoliào, [腳鐐], fetters/leg-irons
        
        
        
        jiǎozhǎng, [腳掌], the sole of the foot
        shānjiǎo, [山腳], foot of a mountain
        bàofójiǎo, [抱佛腳], lit. to clasp the Buddha's feet (without ever having burned incense) (idiom); fi...
        
        
        xiūjiǎo, [修腳], pedicure
        gāojiǎobēi, [高腳杯], goblet
        jiǎoyāzi, [腳丫子], (coll.) foot
        nièshǒunièjiǎo, [躡手躡腳], to walk quietly on tiptoe (idiom)
        yùnjiǎo, [韻腳], rhyming word ending a line of verse/rhyme
        xiējiǎo, [歇腳], to stop on the way for a rest
        
        
        quándǎjiǎotī, [拳打腳踢], lit. to punch and kick (idiom); to beat up/fig. determined to sort out a problem
        suōshǒusuōjiǎo, [縮手縮腳], bound hand and foot (idiom); constrained
        
        dàshǒudàjiǎo, [大手大腳], extravagant (idiom); to throw away money by the handful/wasteful
        
        
        lòumǎjiǎo, [露馬腳], to reveal the cloven foot (idiom); to unmask one's true nature/to give the game ...
        jiǎozhù, [腳注], footnote
        qīngshǒuqīngjiǎo, [輕手輕腳], (to move or do sth) softly and quietly (idiom)
        jiǎopǔ, [腳蹼], flippers/fins
        
        zhùjiǎo, [註腳], footnote
        jiǎoqì, [腳氣], beriberi/athlete's foot
        
        
        diànjiao, [墊腳], litter (animal bedding)
        
        xiūjiǎoshī, [修腳師], pedicurist
        
        
        Xiānggǎngjiǎo, [香港腳], athlete's foot
        tiàojiǎo, [跳腳], to stamp one's feet in anger/tantrum of temper or anxiety/a stomping fit
        gēnjiǎo, [跟腳], to feet the feet perfectly/to follow closely/hard on sb's heels
        
        
        jiǎozhuǎ, [腳爪], claw
        
        chìjiǎoyīshēng, [赤腳醫生], barefoot doctor/farmer with paramedical training (PRC)
        wāqiángjiǎo, [挖牆腳], to undermine/to let someone down/to seduce someone away from something
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        
        jiǎofū, [腳夫], porter/bearer
        
        
        
        sìjiǎoshé, [四腳蛇], lizard/common spoken equivalent of 蜥蜴[xī yì]
        
        

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