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        jǐ, [擠], to crowd in/to cram in/to force others aside/to press/to squeeze/to find (time i...
        yōngjǐ, [擁擠], crowded/to throng/congestion
        jǐchū, [擠出], to squeeze out/to extrude/to drain/to find the time/to burst out
        páijǐ, [排擠], to crowd out/to push aside/to supplant
        jǐyā, [擠壓], to squeeze/to press/to extrude
        jǐmǎn, [擠滿], crowded to bursting point/filled to overflowing/jam-packed
        yōngjǐbùkān, [擁擠不堪], overcrowded/jam-packed
        jǐduì, [擠兌], a run on a bank
        jǐméinòngyǎn, [擠眉弄眼], to make eyes/to wink
        jǐzhàn, [擠占], to seize/to push aside and occupy
        jiāotōngyōngjǐ, [交通擁擠], traffic congestion
        yǐxiǎojǐdà, [以小擠大], minor projects eclipse major ones (idiom)
        yājǐ, [壓擠], to squeeze out/to extrude
        jǐshàngqu, [擠上去], to squeeze oneself up into (a crowded vehicle etc)
        jǐrù, [擠入], to squeeze in/to force oneself into/to cram into/to intrude
        jǐyāchū, [擠壓出], to extrude
        jǐgū, [擠咕], to wink at
        jǐnǎi, [擠奶], to milk
        jǐduì, [擠對], (coll.) to mock/to bully/to force (a concession out of sb)
        jǐjǐchāchā, [擠擠插插], crowded tightly/jam-packed
        jǐtí, [擠提], bank run
        jǐláijǐqù, [擠來擠去], to mill about/to jostle
        jǐyágāo, [擠牙膏], lit. to squeeze out toothpaste/fig. to extract a confession under pressure
        jǐyǎn, [擠眼], to wink
        jǐjǐn, [擠緊], to squeeze
        jǐhuā, [擠花], (cookery) to decorate using a piping bag/to extrude something though a piping ba...
        jǐhuādài, [擠花袋], piping bag (cookery)
        jǐluò, [擠落], (coll.) to push aside
        jǐtà, [擠踏], stampede
        jǐyà, [擠軋], to bump and shove
        jǐguò, [擠過], to squeeze through/to force one's way through
        jǐjìn, [擠進], to break into/to force one's way into/to barge into
        áijǐ, [挨擠], to crowd together/to jostle/squeezed
        jǐnjǐ, [緊擠], to pinch/to squeeze tightly

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