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        bèi, quilt/by/(indicates passive-voice clauses)/(literary) to cover/to meet with/(col...
        pò, broken/damaged/worn out/lousy/rotten/to break, split or cleave/to get rid of/to ...
        Pí/pí, surname Pi, leather/skin/fur/CL:張|张[zhāng]/pico- (one trillionth)/naughty
        Bō/bō, Poland/Polish/abbr. for 波蘭|波兰[Bō lán], wave/ripple/storm/surge
        pī, to drape over one's shoulders/to open/to unroll/to split open/to spread out
        pó, grandmother/matron/mother-in-law/(slang) femme (in a lesbian relationship)
        Pō/pō, [頗], surname Po/Taiwan pr. [Pǒ], rather/quite/considerably/oblique/inclined/slanting/...
        zhòu, [皺], to wrinkle/wrinkled/to crease
        pō, slope/CL:個|个[gè]/sloping/slanted
        bǐ, that/those/(one) another
        bō, glass
        bō/bo, (onom.) to bubble, grammatical particle equivalent to 吧
        bǒ, to limp/lame/crippled
        pí, weary
        pí, [鈹], beryllium (chemistry)
        cūn, chapped/cracked
        bō, spinach
        pèi, cape
        pī, ferocious
        jūn, [皸], to chap
        cǔ/zhā, chapped skin, old variant of 齇[zhā]/rosacea
        zhǎn, scab
        bǒ/bò, to winnow/to toss, see 簸箕[bò jī]
        bì, [詖], unfair/to flatter
        bēi/pō, pool/pond/bank of a pond/mountain slope/Taiwan pr. [pí], rugged/uneven
        bèi, horse tack (articles of harness such as saddle and bridle)/variant of 鞴[bèi]
        pì, a wig
        pí, [鮍], see 鰟鮍|鳑鲏, small carp

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