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        cánrěn, [殘忍], cruel/mean/merciless/ruthless
        cánkù, [殘酷], cruel/cruelty
        cán, [殘], to destroy/to spoil/to ruin/to injure/cruel/oppressive/savage/brutal/incomplete/...
        cánhái, [殘骸], remains/wreckage
        cánliú, [殘留], to remain/left over/surplus/remnant
        cánjí, [殘疾], disabled/handicapped/deformity on a person or animal
        cánbào, [殘暴], bloody and cruel/a brutal person/to massacre/an atrocity
        cánjírén, [殘疾人], disabled person
        cánshā, [殘殺], to massacre/to slaughter
        cánjú, [殘局], endgame (in chess)/desperate situation/aftermath (of a failure)
        cánfèi, [殘廢], deformity/handicapped
        xiōngcán, [兇殘]/[凶殘], savage/cruel/fierce, savage
        cánliúwù, [殘留物], remnant/residue/material left over
        zìxiāngcánshā, [自相殘殺], to massacre one another (idiom); internecine strife
        cányú, [殘餘], remnant/relic/residue/vestige/surplus/to remain/to leave surplus
        cánhài, [殘害], to injure/to devastate/to slaughter
        cuīcán, [摧殘], to ravage/to ruin
        cánquē, [殘缺], badly damaged/shattered
        cánzhā, [殘渣], remainder/filtered out residue/sediment/waste product/debris/detritus/rubbish
        shāngcán, [傷殘], defeated/damaged
        gǒuyáncánchuǎn, [苟延殘喘], to struggle on whilst at death's door (idiom)
        cáncún, [殘存], to survive/remnant
        cánpò, [殘破], broken/dilapidated
        cánkùwúqíng, [殘酷無情], cruel and unfeeling (idiom)
        cángēng, [殘羹], leftovers from a meal
        cángēngshèngfàn, [殘羹剩飯], leftovers from a meal/fig. remnants handed down from others
        zhìcán, [致殘], to be crippled (in an accident etc)
        cánbīngbàijiàng, [殘兵敗將], ruined army, defeated general (idiom); scattered remnants
        cányuè, [殘月], waning moon
        fēngzhúcánnián, [風燭殘年], one's late days/to have one foot in the grave
        cánbù, [殘部], defeated remnants/scattered survivors
        cándú, [殘毒], cruelty
        cándí, [殘敵], defeated enemy
        Zhōngguócánjírénliánhéhuì, [中國殘疾人聯合會], China Disabled Person's Federation (since 1988)
        Zhōngguócánlián, [中國殘聯], abbr. for 中國殘疾人聯合會|中国残疾人联合会, China Disabled Person's Federation (since 1988)
        shāngcánrényuán, [傷殘人員], the injured/wounded personnel
        bǎocánshǒuquē, [保殘守缺], conservative/to preserve the outmoded
        bàocánshǒuquē, [抱殘守缺], to cherish the outmoded and preserve the outworn (idiom); conservative/stickler ...
        shōushicánjú, [收拾殘局], to clear up the mess/to pick up the pieces
        shōucánzhuìyì, [收殘綴軼], to gather and patch up sth that is badly damaged (idiom)
        duànwǎcányuán, [斷瓦殘垣], the tiles are broken, the walls dilapidated
        cányúzhānrǎn, [殘餘沾染], residual contamination
        cányúwù, [殘餘物], litter/trash
        cándōnglàyuè, [殘冬臘月], final days of the lunar year
        cánjuàn, [殘卷], surviving section of a classic work/remaining chapters (while reading a book)
        cánchuǎn, [殘喘], remaining breath/last gasp
        cánào, [殘奧], Paralympics/same as Paralympic games 殘奧會|残奥会[cán ào huì]
        cánàohuì, [殘奧會], Paralympic games
        cánniánduǎnjǐng, [殘年短景], at the end of the year (idiom)
        cánběn, [殘本], extant fragment (of book)
        cánshāzhě, [殘殺者], killer/butcher/slaughterer
        cánzhū, [殘株], stubble
        cánmínhàiwù, [殘民害物], to harm people and damage property (idiom)
        cánzhāyúniè, [殘渣餘孽], evil elements who have escaped eradication
        cánjíér, [殘疾兒], a child with a birth defect/a deformed child
        cánhuābàiliǔ, [殘花敗柳], broken flower, withered willow (idiom); fig. fallen woman
        cánjīng, [殘莖], stubble (the stems of plants after harvest)
        cáncháshèngfàn, [殘茶剩飯], spoilt tea, leftover food (idiom); remains after a meal/crumbs from the feast
        cánnüè, [殘虐], mistreatment/bullying/tyrannical cruelty
        cánbài, [殘敗], dilapidated/in ruins
        cánzhàng, [殘障], handicapped
        cánxiāng, [殘香], lingering fragrance
        dāncán, [殫殘], to destroy
        huīyáncánqiū, [灰巖殘丘], mogote (steep-sided pointed hill in karst landform)
        LǎoCánYóujì, [老殘遊記], The Travels of Lao Tsan, novel by late Qing novelist Liu E 劉鶚|刘鹗[Liú È], classif...
        nǎocán, [腦殘], brain-dead (derog.)/shithead
        bàiliǔcánhuā, [敗柳殘花], broken flower, withered willow (idiom); fig. fallen woman
        gǔròuxiāngcán, [骨肉相殘], close kindred slaughter one another (idiom); internecine strife

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