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        jiāochā, to cross/to intersect/to overlap
        chā/chá/chǎ, fork/pitchfork/prong/pick/cross/intersect/"X", to cross/be stuck, to diverge/to ...
        chāzi, fork/CL:把[bǎ]
        jiāochākǒu, (road) intersection
        yúchā, [魚叉], harpoon
        pǐchà, the splits (move in dancing)/to do the splits/Taiwan pr. [pǐ chā]
        dāochā, knife and fork/CL:副[fù]
        jiāochādiǎn, [交叉點], junction/crossroads/intersection point
        fēnchà, fork/bifurcation/to divide
        chāchē, [叉車], forklift truck/CL:臺|台[tái]
        mǔyèchā, witch/shrew/vixen
        yèchà, yaksha (malevolent spirit)/ferocious-looking person
        yīnchā, tuning fork
        sānchājǐ, trident
        sānchāshénjīng, [三叉神經], trigeminal nerve
        èrchāshù, [二叉樹], binary tree
        jiāochāxuékē, [交叉學科], interdisciplinary/interdisciplinary subject (in science)
        jiāochāhuǒlì, crossfire
        jiāochānàiyàoxìng, [交叉耐藥性], cross-tolerance
        jiāochāyùnqiú, [交叉運球], crossover dribble (basketball)
线         jiāochāyīnyǐngxiàn, [交叉陰影線], hatched lines/cross-hatched graphic pattern
        chātóu, [叉頭], prong of a fork
        chāxíng, forked
        chājià, trestle/X-shaped frame
        chāshāo, [叉燒], char siu/barbecued pork
        chāshāobāo, [叉燒包], roast pork bun/cha siu baau
        chājī, [叉積], cross product (of vectors)
        chāhuáng, switch hook (button or cradle of a telephone, whose function is to disconnect th...
        kāigāochā, [開高叉], slit dress
        èchābáilài, [惡叉白賴], evil behavior (idiom); brazen villainy
        héchà, river mouth
        Quǎnyèchà, Inuyasha, fictional character
        lìtǐjiāochā, [立體交叉], three-dimensional road junction (i.e. involving fly-over bridges or underpass tu...
        gāngchā, [鋼叉], pitchfork/garden fork/restraining pole (used by police)/military fork (of ancien...
        gāochāyǒngzhuāng, [高叉泳裝], high leg swimsuit

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