HSK东西 Scripts Dictionary Radicals

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        zǎi, to slaughter livestock/to govern or rule/to cheat customers/imperial official in...
        zhǔzǎi, to dominate/to rule/to dictate/master
        túzǎichǎng, [屠宰場], slaughterhouse/abattoir
        túzǎi, to slaughter/to butcher
        rènrénzǎigē, to get trampled on (idiom)/to be taken advantage of
        zǎigē, to slaughter/(fig.) to ride roughshod over/to take advantage of (others)
        zǎishā, [宰殺], to slaughter/to butcher/to put down
        zǎixiàng, prime minister (in feudal China)
        zhǔzǎizhě, ruler
        ZǎiYǔ, Zai Yu (522-458 BC), disciple of Confucius
        ZǎiYǔzhòuqǐn, [宰予晝寢], Zai Yu sleeps by day (idiom); refers to story in Analects of Confucius remonstra...
        zǎirén, to overcharge/to rip sb off
        zǎizhì, to rule/to dominate
        zǎikè, to cheat customers/to overcharge
        Zǎishēngjié, [宰牲節], see 古爾邦節|古尔邦节[Gǔ ěr bāng jié]
        Bāzǎizú, Pazeh, one of the indigenous peoples of Taiwan
        áizǎi, to get ripped off
        shāniúzǎiyáng, [殺牛宰羊], slaughter the cattle and butcher the sheep/to prepare a big feast (idiom)
        shāzhūzǎiyáng, [殺豬宰羊], to kill the pigs and slaughter the sheep (idiom)
        shājīzǎié, [殺雞宰鵝], kill the chickens and butcher the geese (idiom)
        Tiěxuèzǎixiàng, [鐵血宰相], Iron Chancellor, refers to Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898), Prussian politician, m...

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