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        duī, to pile up/to heap up/a mass/pile/heap/stack/large amount
        lājīduī, garbage heap
        fǎnyìngduī, [反應堆], reactor
        huǒduī, bonfire/to open fire
        duīmǎn, [堆滿], to pile up
        duījī, [堆積], to pile up/to heap/accumulation
        héfǎnyìngduī, [核反應堆], nuclear reactor
        duījīrúshān, [堆積如山], to pile up like a mountain (idiom)/a mountain of (paperwork etc)/a large number ...
        duīfàng, to pile up/to stack
        duīféi, compost
        duīqì, lit. to pile up (bricks)/to pack/fig. to pad out (writing with fancy phrases)/or...
        tǔduī, mound
        duīzhàn, [堆棧], stack (computing)/storehouse/warehouse
        yīduī, pile
        Nǎiduīlā, Nathu La (Himalayan pass on Silk Road between Tibet and Indian Sikkim)
        Nǎiduīlāshānkǒu, Nathu La (Himalayan pass on Silk Road between Tibet and Indian Sikkim)
        gūduīr, [估堆兒], to assess an entire lot
        liùfāngzuìmìduījī, [六方最密堆積], hexagonal close-packed (HCP) (math)
        dònglìfǎnyìngduī, [動力反應堆], power reactor
        yuánzǐfǎnyìngduī, [原子反應堆], atomic reactor
        yuánzǐduī, atomic pile (original form of nuclear reactor)
        fǎnyìngduīránliàoyuánjiàn, [反應堆燃料元件], fuel element
        fǎnyìngduīxīn, [反應堆芯], reactor core
        duīlěi, [堆壘], to pile up/accumulative
        duīlěishùlùn, [堆壘數論], additive number theory (math.)
        duīànyíngjī, lit. piles of work and papers (idiom); fig. accumulated backlog of work
        duījīmù, [堆積木], to play with stacking blocks
        duīxīn, reactor core
        duījīnjīyù, [堆金積玉], lit. pile up gold and jade/very rich
        duīgāojī, [堆高機], forklift
        Duīlóngdéqìng, [堆龍德慶], Doilungdêqên county, Tibetan: Stod lung bde chen rdzong in Lhasa 拉薩|拉萨[Lā sà], T...
        Duīlóngdéqìngxiàn, [堆龍德慶縣], Doilungdêqên county, Tibetan: Stod lung bde chen rdzong in Lhasa 拉薩|拉萨[Lā sà], T...
        zēngzhífǎnyìngduī, [增殖反應堆], breeder reactor
        zhāduī, to gather together
        gùzhǐduī, [故紙堆], a pile of old books
        liàoduī, to stockpile
        zuìmìduījī, [最密堆積], close-packing of spheres (math)
        mùcháiduī, pile of firewood/funeral pyre
        héshìyànduī, [核試驗堆], nuclear test reactor
        qìlěngshìfǎnyìngduī, [氣冷式反應堆], gas-cooled reactor
        rèhéfǎnyìngduī, [熱核反應堆], thermal reactor
        wǎlìduī, [瓦礫堆], pile of rubble/debris
        shēngchǎnfǎnyìngduī, [生產反應堆], production reactor
        shímòqìlěngduī, [石墨氣冷堆], gas-graphite reactor
        yánjiūfǎnyìngduī, [研究反應堆], research reactor
        zhǐduī, [紙堆], papers/stack of paper
        qīngshuǐfǎnyìngduī, [輕水反應堆], light water reactor (LWR)
        zhòngshuǐfǎnyìngduī, [重水反應堆], heavy water reactor (HWR)
        zuāngùzhǐduī, [鑽故紙堆], to dig into piles of outdated writings (idiom); to study old books and papers
        línggōnglǜduī, zero power reactor
        lùtiānduīzhàn, [露天堆棧], open-air repository/open-air depot
        miànxīnlìfāngzuìmìduījī, [面心立方最密堆積], face-centered cubic (FCC) (math)
        MǎWángduī, [馬王堆], Mawangdui in Changsha, Hunan, a recent Han dynasty archaeological site

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