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        lěi, [壘], rampart/base (in baseball)/to build with stones, bricks etc
        bǎolěi, [堡壘], fort
        lěiqiú, [壘球], softball
        duìlěi, [對壘], to face one other/confrontation/encamped face-to-face/counter-works
        bìlěi, [壁壘], rampart/barrier
        yínglěi, [營壘], army camp
        quánlěidǎ, [全壘打], home run (baseball)
        guānshuìbìlěi, [關稅壁壘], tariff wall
        kuàilěi, [塊壘], gloom/a lump on the heart
        pōlěi, [坡壘], Hainan hopea (Hopea hainanensis) (botany)
        Lěigù, [壘固], Loi-kaw, capital of Kaya state, Myanmar
        lěiqì, [壘砌], to build a structure out of layered bricks or stones
        duīlěi, [堆壘], to pile up/accumulative
        duīlěishùlùn, [堆壘數論], additive number theory (math.)
        bìlěiyīxīn, [壁壘一新], to have one's defenses in good order (idiom)
        bìlěisēnyán, [壁壘森嚴], closely guarded/strongly fortified/sharply divided
        gāndǎlěi, [乾打壘], rammed earth/adobe house
        Mùlěixiàn, [木壘縣], Mori Kazakh autonomous county or Mori Qazaq aptonom nahiyisi in Changji Hui auto...
        MùlěiHāsàkèzìzhìxiàn, [木壘哈薩克自治縣], Mori Kazakh autonomous county or Mori Qazaq aptonom nahiyisi in Changji Hui auto...
        běnlěi, [本壘], home base/home plate (in baseball)
        běnlěidǎ, [本壘打], home run (baseball)
        mǎnlěi, [滿壘], bases loaded (in baseball)
        yànzixiánnílěidàwō, [燕子銜泥壘大窩], the swallow's nest is built one beakful of mud at a time (idiom)/many a little m...
        dàolěi, [盜壘], (baseball) to steal a base/stolen base (SB)
        fùzhàilěilěi, [負債壘壘], heavily in debt
        màoyìbìlěi, [貿易壁壘], trade barrier
        pǎolěi, [跑壘], running between bases (in baseball)
        pǎolěiyuán, [跑壘員], runner (in baseball)

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