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        diào, [弔], to suspend/to hang up/to hang a person, a string of 100 cash (arch.)/to lament/t...
        diàosǐ, death by hanging/to hang oneself
        shàngdiào, to hang oneself
        diàoxiāo, [吊銷], to suspend (an agreement)/to revoke
        diàodài, [吊帶], suspenders/garters/shoulder strap/brace/sling
        diàoqiáo, [吊橋], drawbridge/suspension bridge
        diàochuáng, hammock
        tíxīndiàodǎn, [提心吊膽], (saying) to be very scared and on edge
        diàochē, [吊車], hoist/crane/elevator
        diàodēng, [吊燈], chandelier
        diàoyàn, [弔唁], to offer condolences (for the deceased)/to condole, variant of 吊唁[diào yàn]
        diàowàdài, [吊襪帶], suspenders (for stockings)
        diàoshàn, a ceiling fan/a punka
        diàosuǒ, rope tackle hanging from a mast/crow foot (system of ropes through tackle to hol...
        bàndiàozi, dabbler/smatterer/tactless and impulsive person
        diàohuán, [吊環], hanging rings (gymnastics)
        diàogōu, [吊鉤], suspended hook/hanging hook/hanger
        diàogān, a boom (i.e. transverse beam for hanging objects)
        píngdiào, [憑弔], to visit a place for the memories/to pay homage to (the deceased)
        diàopíng, infusion bag or bottle (for an IV)
        diàochuāng, a sash window
        diàolán, [吊蘭], hanging orchid (Chlorophytum comosum)/bracket plant
        diàosǎngzi, voice training (for Chinese opera)
        dàodiàolàzhú, [倒吊蠟燭], Wrightia tinctoria (flowering plant in Apocynaceae family, common names dyer's o...
        diàosāng, [弔喪], condolences/a condolence visit
        diàorlángdāng, [吊兒郎當], sloppy
        diàojù, spreader (for pallet, container etc)
        diàojuàn, to consult the archives
        diàogǔ, [弔古], to revisit the past/to commemorate
        diàozhuì, [吊墜], a pendant (jewelry)
        diàozhuìfù, [吊墜縛], strappado bondage
        diàotǎ, a tower crane
        diàoxiào, [弔孝], a condolence visit
        diàoshěn, [吊審], to bring to trial/to bring to court
        diàokè, [弔客], a visitor offering condolences
        diàodàibèixīn, [吊帶背心], camisole (women's garment)
        diàodàishān, [吊帶衫], halter top/spaghetti strap top/sun top
        diàowèi, [弔慰], to offer condolences/to console the bereaved
        diàodǎ, to hang sb up and beat him
        diàokòu, to suspend (a licence etc)
        diàoguà, [吊掛], to suspend/to hang
        diàowén, [弔文], paper prayers for the dead burnt at funerals
        diàodǒu, (a container) carried suspended or underslung/cable car bucket
        diàogàng, [吊槓], trapeze (gymnastics)
        diàodàngkù, [吊檔褲], baggy pants/sagging pants
        diàotī, a rope ladder
        diàolóu, [吊樓], a building supported on pillars projecting over a river/a mountain hut supported...
        diàosǐwènjí, [弔死問疾], to grieve for the sick and the dying/to show great concern for people's sufferin...
        diàosǐguǐ, ghost of a person who died by hanging/hanged person/(coll.) inchworm/hangman (wo...
        diàomínfázuì, [弔民伐罪], to console the people and punish the tyrant
        diàoqiú, drop shot (in tennis or volleyball)
        diàopíngzú, "infusion clan", patients who prefer medication by drip rather than orally or by...
        diàojì, [弔祭], a worship ceremony for the dead/to offer sacrifice (to ancestors)/a libation
        diàolán, [吊籃], hanging basket (for flowers)/gondola (of cable car)
线         diàoxiàn, [吊線], plumbline
        diàoshéng, [吊繩], sling
        diàowèikǒu, (coll.) to keep sb in suspense/to tantalize/to keep on tenterhooks
        diàobàngzi, to flirt (derog.)
        diàozhuāng, [吊裝], to construct by hoisting ready-built components into place
        diàoguǐ, [弔詭], bizarre/paradoxical/a paradox (from Daoist classic Zhuangzi 莊子|庄子)
        diàoguǐjīnqí, [弔詭矜奇], strange and paradoxical
        diàoqǐ, to hoist
        diàoyùn, [吊運], to transport by crane/to convey
        diàozhōnghuā, [吊鐘花], Chinese New Year flower (Enkianthus quinqueflorus)
        diàopù, [吊鋪], suspended bunk
        diàomén, [吊門], an overhung door/a door that hinges upwards
        diàojǐng, [吊頸], to hang oneself
        tǎdiào, tower crane
        kāidiào, [開弔], to hold memorial service/to hold a funeral
        xíngyǐngxiāngdiào, [形影相弔], with only body and shadow to comfort each other (idiom)/extremely sad and lonely
        tuōdiào, to tow (a car)
        tuōdiàochē, [拖吊車], tow truck
        bǎidàngdiàohuán, [擺蕩吊環], swinging rings
        jìdiào, [祭弔], to mourn and offer prayers
        bèngbādiàokǎo, [繃巴吊拷], variant of 繃扒吊拷|绷扒吊拷[bèng bā diào kǎo]
        bèngbādiàokǎo, [繃扒吊拷], to strip, tie up, hang and beat sb, an ancient torture technique
        lǎnsuǒdiàoyǐ, [纜索吊椅], ski-lift

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