HSK东西 Scripts Dictionary Radicals

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        xiá, [俠], knight-errant/brave and chivalrous/hero/heroic
        dàxiá, [大俠], knight/swordsman/noble warrior/chivalrous hero
        yóuxiá, [遊俠], knight-errant
        dúxíngxiá, [獨行俠], loner/single person/bachelor
        xiákè, [俠客], chivalrous person/knight-errant
        Shuǐxíngxiá, [水行俠], Aquaman, DC comic book superhero (Tw)
        xiáyì, [俠義], chivalrous/chivalry/knight-errantry
        wǔxiá, [武俠], martial arts chivalry (Chinese literary, theatrical and cinema genre)/knight-err...
        Sānxiáwǔyì, [三俠五義], Sanxia wuyi (lit. Three knight-errants and five righteous one), novel edited fro...
        rènxiá, [任俠], chivalrous/helping the weak for the sake of justice
        xiáshì, [俠士], knight-errant
        xiáqì, [俠氣], chivalry
        xiádàolièchēshǒu, [俠盜獵車手], Grand Theft Auto (video game series)
        xiádàofēichē, [俠盜飛車], Grand Theft Auto (video game series)
        róuqíngxiágǔ, [柔情俠骨], gentle feelings and chivalrous disposition (idiom)
        wǔxiáxiǎoshuō, [武俠小說], a martial arts (wuxia) novel
        yóuxiáqíshì, [遊俠騎士], a knight-errant
        ShéndiāoXiálǚ, [神雕俠侶]/[神鵰俠侶], The Return of the Condor Heroes (classic wuxia martial arts TV films of 1998 and...
        Zhīzhūxiá, [蜘蛛俠], Spider-Man, comic book superhero
        Biānfúxiá, [蝙蝠俠], Batman, comic book superhero
        xíngxiázhàngyì, [行俠仗義], to be chivalrous
        háoxiá, [豪俠], brave and chivalrous
        Gāngtiěxiá, [鋼鐵俠], Iron Man, comic book superhero
        jiànpánxiá, [鍵盤俠], keyboard warrior

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