HSK东西 Scripts Dictionary Radicals

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        xīxīrǎngrǎng, bustling with activity (idiom)
        xīrǎng, restless
        rǎng, to push up one's sleeves/to reject or resist/to seize/to perturb/to steal
        luàngūrang, [亂咕攘], to disturb (dialect)
        bīnggērǎorǎng, [兵戈擾攘], arms and confusion (idiom); turmoil of war
        gūrang, to wriggle about/to move around
        kòurǎng, to rob and steal
        rǎorǎng, [擾攘], bustling/to create trouble/to disturb
        rǎngshàn, to claim credit due to others/to appropriate other's credit or honor
        rǎngcháng, [攘場], to spread harvested grain over an area
        rǎngwài, to resist foreign aggression
        rǎngwàiānnèi, [攘外安內], to resist foreign aggression and pacify the interior of the country (idiom)
        rǎngyí, to repel the barbarians
        rǎngduó, [攘奪], to seize
        rǎngrǎng, disorderly/confused/chaotic
        rǎngzāi, [攘災], to ward off calamities/to avoid disaster
        rǎngqiè, [攘竊], to usurp/to steal
        rǎngyáng, to take home sb else's stray sheep
        rǎngbì, to bare one's arms (in agitation)
        rǎngmèi, to rise to action with a determined shake of the arms
        rǎngxiù, to roll up the sleeves
        rǎnggòu, [攘詬], to clear oneself of dishonor
        rǎngbì, to stand off/to make way
        rǎngchú, to get rid of/to weed out/to reject
        wǎngrǎng, tumultuous/disorderly
        xīláirǎngwǎng, [熙來攘往], a place buzzing with activity (idiom)
        nàonàorǎngrǎng, [鬧鬧攘攘], to create an uproar

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