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        pīn, to piece together/to join together/to stake all/adventurous/at the risk of one's...
        pīnmìng, to do one's utmost/with all one's might/at all costs/(to work or fight) as if on...
        pīntú, [拼圖], jigsaw puzzle
        pīnxiě, [拼寫], to spell
        pīnbó, to struggle/to wrestle
        pīncòu, [拼湊], to assemble/to put together
        pīnsǐ, to go all out for sth at risk of one's life
        pīnpán, [拼盤], sampler platter/appetizer platter
        pīnsǐpīnhuó, one's utmost/(to fight or work) desperately hard/to put up a life or death strug...
        pīnjiē, to put together/to join
        pīnyīn, phonetic writing/pinyin (Chinese romanization)
        pīnbǎn, to typeset/to make up (printers' plates)
        pīnqiǎng, [拼搶], to fight desperately (at the risk of one's life)
        pīnshā, [拼殺], to grapple (with the enemy)/to fight at the risk of one's life
        qīpīnbācòu, [七拼八湊], assembled at random/a motley collection
        shuāngpīn, [雙拼], double pinyin
        WēiTuǒmǎpīnfǎ, [威妥瑪拼法], Wade-Giles system (romanization of Chinese)
        WēiTuǒmǎpīnyīn, [威妥瑪拼音], Wade-Giles system (romanization of Chinese)
        Wēimǎpīnfǎ, [威瑪拼法], Wade-Giles system (romanization of Chinese)
        Wēimǎpīnyīn, [威瑪拼音], Wade-Giles system (romanization of Chinese)
        dǎpīn, to work hard/to try to make a living
        pīnzhēng, [拼爭], to fight desperately
        pīnxiěcuòwù, [拼寫錯誤], spelling mistake/written error
        pīndàodǐ, to brave it out/to the bitter end
        pīncì, bayonet charge
        pīncìdāo, bayonet charge
        pīnlì, to spare no efforts
        pīnkǎ, to share a card with sb (e.g. share a loyalty card to accumulate points and spli...
        pīnhé, to fit together/to put together
        pīnmìngsānláng, brave man, willing to risk his life
        pīnmìngtǎohǎo, [拼命討好], to throw oneself at sb or sth/to bend over backwards to help
        pīntúwánjù, [拼圖玩具], jigsaw puzzle
        pīnzì, to spell/spelling
        pīnkè, person who joins with others to reduce costs (carpooling, group buying, sharing ...
        pīnchéng, to put sth together from component parts
        pīnfáng, to rent a place with sb else to share the costs
        pīnlǒng, [拼攏], to put together
        pīncuán, [拼攢], to assemble
        pīndòu, [拼鬥], to engage (in a fight)
        pīnbǎn, to edge-join boards with glue to form a panel (woodworking)
        pīnbǎnyóuxì, [拼板遊戲], jigsaw puzzle/wood block puzzle
        pīnbǎnwánjù, jigsaw puzzle/wood block puzzle
        pīnzhuō, to sit at a table with others with whom one is unacquainted
        pīnfǎ, spelling/orthography
        pīnhuǒ, to exchange fire
        pīndiē, (slang) to rely on one's father's wealth or prestige to get ahead
        pīnzhuì, [拼綴], to join together
        pīnhuādìbǎn, floor with tiled design
        pīnzhuāng, [拼裝], to assemble
        pīndú, [拼讀], to pronounce a word after mentally processing its spelling/(phonics) blending
        pīntiē, [拼貼], pastiche/collage
        pīnqilai, [拼起來], to put together
        pīnchē, [拼車], to carpool
        pīncuò, [拼錯], to misspell/to piece together incorrectly
        pīnyīnzìmǔ, phonetic letters
        pīnyīnwénzì, phonetic alphabet/alphabetic writing system
        pīnyīnjiēduàn, [拼音階段], alphabetic stage
        pīncān, (of people with tight budget) to enjoy various dishes at the restaurant by order...
        bǐpīn, to compete fiercely/contest
        HànyǔPīnyīn, [漢語拼音], Hanyu Pinyin, the romanization system used in the PRC since the 1960s
        xiāpīn, shopping as a fun pastime (loanword) (Tw)
        Yuèpīn, [粵拼], Jyutping, one of the many Cantonese romanization systems/abbr. of 粵語拼音|粤语拼音[Yuè ...
        YuèyǔPīnyīn, [粵語拼音], Cantonese romanization/Jyutping, one of the many Cantonese romanization systems
        zìránpīndú, [自然拼讀], phonics
        xuèpīn, shopping as a fun pastime (loanword)
        tōngyòngpīnyīn, the common use romanization system introduced in Taiwan in 2003
        YóuzhèngshìPīnyīn, [郵政式拼音], Chinese postal romanization, developed in the early 1900s, used until the 1980s
        Wéishìpīnfǎ, [韋氏拼法], Wade-Giles system (romanization of Chinese)

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