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        xúnluó, [巡邏], to patrol (police, army or navy)
        xúnhuí, [巡迴], to tour, to go around/to roam
        xúnjǐng, police officer
        xúnhuíyǎnchū, theatrical tour/series of performance by a visiting troupe/roadshow
        xún, [廵], to patrol/to make one's rounds, variant of 巡[xún]
        xúnluóduì, [巡邏隊], (army, police) patrol
        xúnyóu, [巡遊], to cruise/to patrol
        xúnshì, [巡視], to patrol/to make a tour/to inspect/to scan with one's eyes
        xúnluóchē, [巡邏車], patrol car
        xúnchá, to patrol
        xúnháng, to cruise
        xúnyángjiàn, [巡洋艦], cruiser (warship)/battle cruiser
        xúnfǔ, [巡撫], inspector-general of province in Ming and Qing times
        xúnhángdǎodàn, [巡航導彈], cruise missile
        xúnluótǐng, [巡邏艇], patrol boat
        chūxún, to go on an inspection tour
        xúnbǔ, to patrol/policeman (in China's former foreign concessions)
        FēnxúnBīngBèidào, [分巡兵備道], Qing Dynasty General Supervisory and Military Command
        fǎnjiàntǐngxúnhángdǎodàn, [反艦艇巡航導彈], anti-ship cruise missile
        xúnhuífēnxīduānkǒu, [巡迴分析端口], Roving Analysis Port/RAP
        xúnhuífǎtíng, court of assizes/circuit court
        xúnyì, cruise/patrol by a ship
        xúncèyí, [巡測儀], survey meter
        xúnluóchuán, [巡邏船], patrol vessel/cutter
        hǎixún, coast guard
        suōxún, (eyes) to scan/to glance left and right/to scrutinize/also written 巡睃[xún suō]
        qūnxún, to draw back/to move back and forth/to hesitate/in an instant
        qūnxúnbùqián, to hesitate to move forward/to balk/to jib

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