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        qiǎngjié, [搶劫], to rob/looting
        jié, [刦]/[刧]/[刼], variant of 劫[jié], variant of 劫[jié], variant of 劫[jié], to rob/to plunder/to se...
        jiéchí, to kidnap/to hijack/to abduct/to hold under duress
        jiéfěi, bandit/robber
        dǎjié, to loot/to rob/to plunder/to ransack
        xǐjié, to loot/to rob/to ransack/to pillage
        jiéjī, [劫機], hijacking/air piracy
        hàojié, calamity/catastrophe/apocalypse
        xǐjiéyīkōng, to steal everything
        jiélüè, to loot/to plunder
        wànjiébùfù, [萬劫不復], consigned to eternal damnation/with no hope of reprieve
        jiénàn, [劫難], calamity
        chènhuǒdǎjié, to loot a burning house/to profit from sb's misfortune (idiom)
        jiéfùjìpín, [劫富濟貧], to rob the rich to help the poor
        jiéyù, [劫獄], to break into jail/to forcibly release prisoners
        jiéshù, [劫數], predestined fate (Buddhism)
        lánjié, [攔劫], to mug/to intercept and rob
        chénghuǒdǎjié, to take advantage of sb's misfortune/to loot
        jiéyú, [劫餘], remnants after a disaster/aftermath
        jiéhòuyúshēng, [劫後餘生], after the calamity, renewed life (idiom); new lease of life
        jiéqiú, to break a prisoner out of jail
        jiéduó, [劫奪], to seize by force/to abduct
        jiézhài, to seize a stronghold/to surprise the enemy in his camp
        jiéchízhě, hijacker/kidnapper
        jiéshùnántáo, [劫數難逃], Destiny is inexorable, there is no fleeing it (idiom). Your doom is at hand.
        jiéshā, [劫殺], to rob and kill
        jiébō, kalpa (loanword) (Hinduism)
        jiéxǐ, to loot/plunder
        jiéyíng, [劫營], to seize a camp/to surprise the enemy in bed
        jiéchē, [劫車], to carjack/carjacking
        jiédào, to kidnap/to hijack
        dǎjiājiéshè, to break into a house for robbery (idiom)
        qiǎngjiéàn, [搶劫案], robbery/holdup
        qiāngjiézuì, [搶劫罪], robbery
        chíqiāngqiāngjié, [持槍搶劫], armed robbery
        hóngyángjié, [紅羊劫], national disaster (ancient astrological allusion)

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