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        jiào, [呌], to shout/to call/to order/to ask/to be called/by (indicates agent in the passive...
        jiàozuò, to be called/to be known as
        míngjiào, called/named
        jiānjiào, to screech/to shriek
        hūjiào, to shout/to yell/(telecommunications) to call
        jiàoxǐng, to awaken/to wake sb up/to rouse
        dàhǎndàjiào, shouting and screaming (idiom); to scream loudly/to rant/to kick up a racket/to ...
        jiàoshēng, [叫聲], yelling (sound made by person)/barking/braying/roaring (sound made by animals)
        jiàohǎn, exclamation/outcry/shout/yell
        hǎnjiào, to cry out/to shout
        hǒujiào, to howl
        jiàozuò, to call/to be called
        cǎnjiào, [慘叫], to scream/blood-curdling screech/miserable shriek
        luànjiào, [亂叫], to inconsiderately shout
        jiàohuan, [叫喚], to cry out/to bark out a sound
        jiàorǎng, to shout/to bellow one's grievances
        jiàohǎo, to applaud/to cheer
        jiàoxiāo, [叫囂], to hoot
        suíjiàosuídào, [隨叫隨到], to be available at any time/to be on call
        jīngjiào, [驚叫], to cry out in fear
        dàhūxiǎojiào, to shout and quarrel/to make a big fuss
        jiàomài, [叫賣], to hawk (one's wares)/to peddle
        míngjiào, [鳴叫], to emit a sound/(of birds, insects etc) to chirp, hoot etc/(of a siren, steam wh...
        guāguājiào, excellent/tip-top
        jiàohuāzi, beggar
        hūjiàoqì, pager/beeper
        jiàokǔ, to whine about hardships/to complain of one's bitter lot/to complain/to grumble
        pāiànjiàojué, [拍案叫絕], lit. slap the table and shout with praise (idiom); fig. wonderful!/amazing!/grea...
        jiàohuāzi, variant of 叫花子[jiào huā zi]
        sījiào, to whinny (of a horse)/to neigh/to shout
        jiàoqū, to complain of an injustice/to lament sb's misfortune
        jiàokǔbudié, to complain without stopping (idiom); to bitch endlessly/incessant grievances
        guāguājiào, variant of 呱呱叫[guā guā jiào]
        jiàoxiǎng, [叫響], to gain fame and success
        jiàochuáng, to cry out in ecstasy (during lovemaking)
        jiàozǎo, to give sb a wake-up call (at a hotel)
        jiàochūn, to caterwaul/to call like an animal in heat
        jiàobǎn, to signal the musicians (in Chinese opera, by prolonging a spoken word before at...
        jiàopái, to bid (bridge and similar card games)
        jiàokǔliántiān, [叫苦連天], to whine on for days (idiom)/to endlessly grumble complaints/incessant whining
        jiàochē, [叫車], to call a cab (by phone)/to request a ride (via an app)
        jiàodào, to call/to shout
        jiàoxǐngfúwù, [叫醒服務], morning call/wake-up call (hotel service)
        jiàozhèn, [叫陣], to challenge an opponent to a fight
        jiàolǘ, [叫驢], (coll.) male donkey
        jiàojī, [叫雞], rooster/cock/(slang) (Cantonese) to visit a prostitute
        xiàxiàjiào, [嚇嚇叫], (Tw) impressive (from Taiwanese 削削叫, Tai-lo pr. [siah-siah-kiò])
        fèijiào, to bark/to yelp
        hūjiàozhōngxīn, call center
        hūjiàoshēng, [呼叫聲], whoop
        gūgūjiào, sound made by an empty stomach
        wēngwēngjiào, hum/drone/buzz (of insects)
        háojiào, to growl/to howl
        dàshēnghǎnjiào, [大聲喊叫], to shout loudly
        māojiàoshēng, [貓叫聲], mew
        chóngniǎojiàoshēng, [蟲鳥叫聲], chirp
        zhuāngqióngjiàokǔ, [裝窮叫苦], to feign and complain bitterly of being poverty stricken (idiom)
        guǐjiào, (coll.) to holler/to squawk
        míngyuānjiàoqū, [鳴冤叫屈], to complain bitterly
        xiāojiào, [鴞叫], (of owls) to hoot or screech

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