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        bāo/bō, [剝], to peel/to skin/to shell/to shuck, to peel/to skin/to flay/to shuck
        bōduó, [剝奪], to deprive/to expropriate/to strip (sb of his property)
        bōxuē, [剝削], to exploit/exploitation
        shēngtūnhuóbō, [生吞活剝], to swallow whole (idiom); fig. to apply uncritically
        bōlí, [剝離], to peel/to strip/to peel off/to come off (of tissue, skin, covering etc)
        bōluò, [剝落], to peel off
        bōxuēzhě, [剝削者], exploiter (of labor)
        pánbō, [盤剝], to exploit/to practice usury
        bōxuējiējí, [剝削階級], exploiting class (in Marxist theory)
        bōzhuó, [剝啄], tap (on a door or window)
        bōdiào, [剝掉], to peel off/to strip off
        bāopí/bōpí, [剝皮], to skin/to flay/to excoriate/to peel/to bark at sb/to physically punish sb, same...
        bōpíqì, [剝皮器], peeler (e.g. for vegetables)
        bōshí, [剝蝕], to corrode/to expose by corrosion (geology)
        bōcǎibǐ, [剝採比], stripping-to-ore ratio/stripping ratio
        chōusībāojiǎn, [抽絲剝繭], lit. to spin silk from cocoons/fig. to make a painstaking investigation (idiom)
        bìbìbāobāo, [畢畢剝剝], (onom.) sound of knocking or bursting
        biǎopíbōtuōsù, [表皮剝脫素], exotoxin
        bèibōxuēzhě, [被剝削者], person suffering exploitation/the workers in Marxist theory
        cízhuìbōchú, [詞綴剝除], affix stripping/to determine the root of a word by removing prefix and suffix
        zīchǎnbōlí, [資產剝離], asset stripping

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