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        chāo, to make a copy/to plagiarize/to search and seize/to raid/to grab/to go off with/...
        bāochāo, to outflank/to envelop
        chāoxí, [抄襲], to plagiarize/to copy/to attack the flank or rear of an enemy
        chāoxiě, [抄寫], to copy/to transcribe
        chāoběn, handwritten copy
        chāolù, [抄錄], to make a copy of
        cháchāo, to take inventory of and confiscate a criminal's possessions
        zhàochāo, to copy word-for-word
        chāojiàn, duplicate (copy)
        zhāichāo, to extract/to excerpt
        chāojiā, to search a house and confiscate possessions
        chāosòng, to make a copy (and send it to someone)/Cc (for email)/Carbon Copy (for email)
        chāochá, to search and confiscate
        yīyánchāobǎizǒng, [一言抄百總], to cut a long story short
        chuánchāo, [傳抄], to circulate copies/to copy and pass on
        zuòxiǎochāo, to cheat by copying/to crib
        dōuchāo, to surround and attack/to corner/to envelop
        xiǎochāo, cheat sheet/crib sheet
        xiǎochāor, [小抄兒], erhua variant of 小抄[xiǎo chāo]
        chāohòulù, [抄後路], to outflank and attack from the rear
        chāoshǒu, to fold one's arms/copyist/(dialect) wonton
        chāowǎng, [抄網], dip net
        chāohuò, [抄獲], to search and seize
        chāoshēn, to search (a person)/to frisk
        chāojìn, to take a shortcut
        chāojìnr, [抄近兒], erhua variant of 抄近[chāo jìn]
        chāojìnlù, to take a shortcut
        chāodào, to take a shortcut
        chāobǎzi, (dialect) to do a body search/to frisk
        mǎnménchāozhǎn, [滿門抄斬], to execute the whole family unto the third generation

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