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        chǒngwù, [寵物], house pet
        chǒng, [寵], to love/to pamper/to spoil/to favor
        shòuchǒngruòjīng, [受寵若驚], overwhelmed by favor from superior (humble expr.)
        chǒnghuài, [寵壞], to spoil (a child etc)
        chǒngài, [寵愛], to dote on sb
        chǒngér, [寵兒], pet/favorite/darling
        huázhòngqǔchǒng, [嘩眾取寵], sensationalism/vulgar claptrap to please the crowds/playing to the gallery/demag...
        shòuchǒng, [受寵], to receive favor (from superior)/favored/pampered
        shīchǒng, [失寵], to lose favor/in disfavor/disgraced
        chǒngxìn, [寵信], to dote on and trust
        jiāochǒng, [嬌寵], to indulge/to spoil
        déchǒng, [得寵], to be a favorite/favor
        dīngchǒngjiātíng, [丁寵家庭], double income family who have pets rather than children (see also 丁克[dīng kè])
        zhēngchǒng, [爭寵], to strive for favor
        piānchǒng, [偏寵], to favor/to prefer/to show favoritism
        chǒngqiè, [寵妾], favored concubine
        chǒngqièmièqī, [寵妾滅妻], favor the concubine and do away with the wife (idiom)/spoil one's mistress and n...
        chǒngjī, [寵姬], favorite concubine
        chǒngxìng, [寵幸], (old) (esp. of the Emperor) to show special favor towards
        chǒngshànzhuānfáng, [寵擅專房], an especially favored concubine (idiom)
        chǒngchén, [寵臣], favored minister
        ēnchǒng, [恩寵], special favor from a ruler/Emperor's generosity towards a favorite
        xīnchǒng, [新寵], current favorite/the latest thing/darling (of the market or the media etc)
        nàchǒng, [納寵], to take a concubine

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