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        rě, to provoke/to irritate/to vex/to stir up/to anger/to attract (troubles)/to cause...
        rěmáfan, [惹麻煩], to create difficulties/to invite trouble/to be troublesome
        rěhuǒ, to stir up the fire/fig. to provoke and offend people/to ruffle feathers
        rěnǎo, [惹惱], to offend
        zhāorě, to provoke/to tease
        rěshì, to cause trouble
        rěhuò, [惹禍], to stir up trouble/to invite disaster
        bùhǎorě, not to be trifled with/not to be pushed around/stand no nonsense
        rěshìshēngfēi, to stir up trouble
        rěbuqǐ, can't afford to offend/dare not provoke/difficult to deal with/insufferable
        Niángrě, Nyonya/see 峇峇娘惹[Bā bā Niáng rě]
        BābāNiángrě, Peranakan Chinese (Baba-Nyonya), an ethnic group of Chinese residing in the Mala...
        rěluànzi, [惹亂子], to stir up trouble/to get into trouble
        rěrén, to provoke (esp. annoyance, disgust etc)/to offend/to attract (attention)
        rěrényàn, [惹人厭], annoying/disgusting
        rěrénxīnfán, [惹人心煩], to annoy people/to be a pain in the neck
        rěrénzhùyì, to attract attention
        rěrénzhùmù, to attract attention/noticeable
        rělóuzi, [惹嘍子], variant of 惹婁子|惹娄子[rě lóu zi]
        rělóuzi, [惹婁子], to stir up trouble/to bring trouble upon oneself
        rěnù, to provoke anger
        rělóuzi, [惹樓子], variant of 惹婁子|惹娄子[rě lóu zi]
        rěmáo, (coll.) to irritate/to annoy/to piss sb off
        rěhuǒshāoshēn, [惹火燒身], stir up the fire and you get burnt (idiom); to get one's fingers burnt/fig. to s...
        rěcǎoniānhuā, see 拈花惹草[niān huā rě cǎo]
        rěcǎozhānhuā, see 沾花惹草[zhān huā rě cǎo]
        rěqǐ, provoke, incite/stir up/arouse (attention)
        niānhuārěcǎo, lit. to pick the flowers and trample the grass (idiom)/fig. to womanize/to frequ...
        zhāozāirěhuò, [招災惹禍], to invite disaster
        zhāofēngrěcǎo, [招風惹草], lit. call the fire to burn the grass (idiom); to cause a quarrel by provocation/...
        liáorě, to provoke/to tease
        Rìrě, Jogyakarta, central Java
        yìjīrě, irritable
        zhānhuārěcǎo, to fondle the flowers and trample the grass (idiom)/to womanize/to frequent brot...

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