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        piàoliang, pretty/beautiful
        piāo/piǎo/piào, to float/to drift, to bleach, elegant/polished
        piāofú, to float/to hover/to drift (also fig., to lead a wandering life)/to rove/showy/s...
        piāoliú, to float on the current/to drift along or about/rafting
        piāoyí, to drift
        piǎobái, to bleach/to whiten
        piǎobáijì, [漂白劑], bleach
        piāobó, to drift (in the tide)/to rove/to lead a wandering existence/drifter/wanderer
        piǎoxǐ, to rinse (clothes)
        Běipiāo, migrant worker living and working in Beijing without a residence permit
        dàlùpiāoyí, [大陸漂移], continental drift
        dǎshuǐpiāo, to skip stones (on water)/(coll.) to squander one's money on a bad investment
        yángpiāozú, lit. ocean drifting people/job-hopping foreigner
        fúpiāo, see 漂浮[piāo fú]
        piāoyáo, [漂搖], swaying/tottering/unstable
        piǎorǎn, to bleach and dye
        piāoyáng, to cross the ocean
        piāoliúpíng, message in a bottle
        piāoliúzhě, white water rafter/paddler/river runner
        piāoyóu, [漂遊], drift
        piǎobáishuǐ, bleach
        piāolì, [漂礫], boulder
        piāodàng, [漂蕩], variant of 飄盪|飘荡[piāo dàng]
        piàozǒu, to float away/to drift/to be swept off
        piāolíng, variant of 飄零|飘零[piāo líng]
        piāoléi, floating mine
        piāoyù, [漂鷸], (bird species of China) wandering tattler (Tringa incana)
        huīwěipiāoyù, [灰尾漂鷸], (bird species of China) grey-tailed tattler (Tringa brevipes)
        àipiàoliang, [愛漂亮], to like looking attractive (usually of girls)/aestheticism
        xuèliúpiāochǔ, enough blood flowing to float pestles (idiom); rivers of blood/blood bath
        Chángpiāo, [長漂], rafting on the Yangtze River/abbr. for 長江漂流|长江漂流
        fēngyǔpiāoyáo, [風雨漂搖], tossed about by the wind and rain (idiom)/(of a situation) unstable
        yúpiāo, [魚漂], fishing float
        Huángpiāo, [黃漂], rafting on the Yellow River/abbr. for 黃河漂流|黄河漂流

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