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        zhǎng/zhàng, [漲], to rise (of prices, rivers), to swell/to distend
        gāozhǎng, [高漲], to surge up/to rise/(of tensions etc) to run high
        shàngzhǎng, [上漲], to rise/to go up
        zhǎngcháo, [漲潮], high tide/rising tide
        zhǎngjià, [漲價], to appreciate (in value)/to increase in price
        bàozhǎng, [暴漲], to increase sharply/to rise dramatically
        fēizhǎng, [飛漲], soaring inflation/rocketing prices
        kànzhǎng, [看漲], bull market (prices appear to be rising)
        měngzhǎng, [猛漲], (of water) to soar/(of prices) to skyrocket
        shuǐzhǎngchuángāo, [水漲船高], the tide rises, the boat floats (idiom); fig. to change with the overall trend/t...
        tóuhūnnǎozhàng, [頭昏腦漲], variant of 頭昏腦脹|头昏脑胀[tóu hūn nǎo zhàng]
        zhǎngdiē, [漲跌], rise or fall in price
        zhǎngluò, [漲落], (of water, prices etc) to rise and fall
        zhǎngfú, [漲幅], extent of a rise (in prices etc)/amount of increase/growth (typically expressed ...
        dòngzhǎng, [凍漲], to freeze (prices, fees etc) (Tw)
        tóuyūnnǎozhàng, [頭暈腦漲], variant of 頭暈腦脹|头晕脑胀[tóu yūn nǎo zhàng]
        zhǎngtíngbǎn, [漲停板], daily upper limit on the price of a stock
        zhǎngdào, [漲到], to go up/to rise
        zhǎngshì, [漲勢], rising trend/upward momentum (e.g. in prices)
姿         zhǎngzīshì, [漲姿勢], Internet slang for 長知識|长知识[zhǎng zhī shi]
        zhǎngshuǐ, [漲水], rise of water level
        zhàngmǎn, [漲滿], swell
        zhànghóng, [漲紅], to turn red (in the face)/to flush (with embarrassment or anger)
        zhǎngdiēfúxiànzhì, [漲跌幅限制], limit up, limit down/limit on daily price variation
        zhǎngqián, [漲錢], inflation/salary raise
        zhǎngfēng, [漲風], upward trend (in prices)
        nǎozhàng, [腦漲], variant of 腦脹|脑胀[nǎo zhàng]
        liǎnhóngjīnzhǎng, [臉紅筋漲], red and tense with anger (idiom)
        biāozhǎng, [飆漲], soaring inflation/rocketing prices

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