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        qiáng, [墻]/[牆], variant of 牆|墙[qiáng], wall, wall/CL:面[miàn],堵[dǔ]
        qiángbì, [牆壁], wall
        fánghuǒqiáng, [防火牆], firewall/CL:堵[dǔ]
        chéngqiáng, [城牆], city wall
        wéiqiáng, [圍牆], perimeter wall/fence/CL:道[dào]
        qiángzhǐ, [牆紙], wallpaper
        qiángjiǎo, [牆角], corner (junction of two walls)
        qiángtóucǎo, [牆頭草], sb who goes whichever way the wind blows/sb with no mind of one's own/easily swa...
        huǒqiáng, [火牆], firewall
        rénqiáng, [人牆], wall (soccer)
        tóngqiángtiěbì, [銅牆鐵壁], copper wall, iron bastion (idiom); impenetrable defense
        qíqiáng, [騎牆], to sit on the fence/to take both sides in a dispute
        wāqiángjiǎo, [挖牆腳], to undermine/to let someone down/to seduce someone away from something
        mùqiáng, [幕牆], curtain wall (architecture)
        qiánggēn, [牆根], foot of a wall
        xiāoqiáng, [蕭牆], (literary) screen wall shielding an entrance in traditional Chinese architecture
        shānqiáng, [山牆], gable
        bùzhuàngnánqiángbùhuítóu, [不撞南牆不回頭], to stubbornly insist on one's own ideas (idiom)
        fùfèiqiáng, [付費牆], (computing) paywall (loanword)
        fótiàoqiáng, [佛跳牆], lit. Buddha jumps over the wall, name for a Chinese dish that uses many non-vege...
        xiōngdìxìyúqiáng,wàiyùqíwǔ, [兄弟鬩於墻,外禦其侮], internal disunity dissolves at the threat of an invasion from outside (idiom)
        xiōngdìxìqiáng, [兄弟鬩牆], internecine strife (idiom); fighting among oneself
        tīngqiánggēn, [聽牆根], to eavesdrop/to listen in secret to sb's conversations
        tīngqiánggēnr, [聽牆根兒], erhua variant of 聽牆根|听墙根[tīng qiáng gēn]
        tīngqiángmiàn, [聽牆面], surface of wall
        Kūqiáng, [哭牆], Wailing Wall, or Western Wall (Jerusalem)
        qiángyuán, [牆垣], wall/fence
        qiángbào, [牆報], wall newspaper
        qiánggālá, [牆旮旯], recess between walls
        qiángbǎnjù, [牆板鋸], drywall saw/plasterboard saw
        wàiqiáng, [外牆], facade/external wall
        nǚérqiáng, [女兒牆], crenelated parapet wall
        nǚqiáng, [女牆], crenelated parapet wall
        yǐnshuǐrùqiáng, [引水入牆], lit. to lead the water through the wall/to ask for trouble (idiom)
西         chāidōngqiángbǔxīqiáng, [拆東牆補西牆], lit. pull down the east wall to repair the west wall (idiom); fig. temporary exp...
        dǎngfēngqiáng, [擋風牆], lit. windbreak/fig. protector
        BólínWéiqiáng, [柏林圍牆], Berlin Wall
        BólínQiáng, [柏林牆], Berlin Wall
        mínzhǔqiáng, [民主牆], Democracy Wall (1978-1989), esp. during the Beijing Spring democracy movement
        méiyǒubùtòufēngdeqiáng, [沒有不透風的牆], (idiom) no secret can be kept forever
        fúdiāoqiángzhǐ, [浮雕牆紙], anaglypta (sculptured wallpaper)
        húnshuǐqiáng, [混水牆], plastered masonry wall
        qīngshuǐqiáng, [清水牆], unplastered masonry wall
        lànnífúbùshàngqiáng, [爛泥扶不上牆], useless (idiom)/worthless/inept
        lànníhúbùshàngqiáng, [爛泥糊不上牆], see 爛泥扶不上牆|烂泥扶不上墙[làn ní fú bù shàng qiáng]
        páqiáng, [爬牆], to climb a wall/(fig.) to be unfaithful
        gǒujítiàoqiáng, [狗急跳牆], a cornered dog will jump over the wall (idiom)/to be driven to desperate action
        shígāoqiángbǎn, [石膏牆板], drywall/gypsum wallboard/plasterboard
        kōngxīnqiáng, [空心牆], cavity wall/hollow wall
        fěnqiáng, [粉牆], whitewashed wall/to whitewash a wall
        húqiáng, [糊牆], to paper a wall
        húqiángzhǐ, [糊牆紙], wallpaper
        hóngxìngchūqiáng, [紅杏出牆], lit. the red apricot tree leans over the garden wall (idiom)/fig. a wife having ...
        fānqiáng, [翻牆], lit. to climb over the wall/fig. to breach the Great Firewall of China
        xiōngqiáng, [胸牆], parapet/defensive wall/breastwork
西         Xīqiáng, [西牆], Western Wall, or Wailing Wall (Jerusalem)
        géqiángyǒuěr, [隔牆有耳], the walls have ears (idiom)

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