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        zāinàn, [災難], disaster/catastrophe
        huǒzāi, [火災], fire (that burns buildings etc)
        zāi, [災]/[烖]/[菑], disaster/calamity, variant of 災|灾[zāi], old variant of 災|灾[zāi]
        xìngzāilèhuò, [幸災樂禍], lit. to take joy in calamity and delight in disaster (idiom); fig. to rejoice in...
        zìránzāihài, [自然災害], natural disaster
        zāihài, [災害], calamity/disaster/CL:個|个[gè]
        zāihuò, [災禍], disaster
        zāiqū, [災區], disaster area/stricken region
        shuǐzāi, [水災], flood/flood damage
        shòuzāi, [受災], disaster-stricken/to be hit by a natural calamity
        tiānzāi, [天災], natural disaster
        zāixīng, [災星], comet or supernova viewed as evil portent
        hànzāi, [旱災], drought
        jiùzāi, [救災], to relieve disaster/to help disaster victims
        fángzāi, [防災], disaster prevention/to protect against natural disasters
        chóngzāi, [蟲災], insect damage/destruction of crops by pest insects
        duōzāiduōnàn, [多災多難], to be plagued with misfortunes/precarious
        chéngzāi, [成災], disastrous/to turn into a disaster
        fànlànchéngzāi, [泛濫成災], lit. to flood (idiom)/fig. rampant/in plague proportions
        zāimín, [災民], victim (of a disaster)
        hóngzāi, [洪災], flood
        huángzāi, [蝗災], plague of locusts
        tiānzāirénhuò, [天災人禍], natural calamities and man-made disasters (idiom)
        zhòngzāiqū, [重災區], area particularly hard-hit by a disaster/disaster area
        zāihuāng, [災荒], natural disaster/famine
        báozāi, [雹災], disaster caused by hail
        kàngzāi, [抗災], defense against natural disasters
        jiǎnzāi, [減災], measures to reduce disasters
        shòuzāidìqū, [受災地區], disaster area
        huílùzhīzāi, [回祿之災], to have one's house burned down/fire disaster
        dàzāi, [大災], calamity/catastrophe
        tiānzāidìniè, [天災地孽], catastrophes and unnatural phenomena/Heaven-sent warnings
        kàngzhènjiùzāizhǐhuībù, [抗震救災指揮部], earthquake relief headquarter
        qiǎngxiǎnjiùzāi, [搶險救災], to provide relief during times of emergency and disaster (idiom)
        zhāozāirěhuò, [招災惹禍], to invite disaster
        rǎngzāi, [攘災], to ward off calamities/to avoid disaster
        jiùzāijiùjìsī, [救災救濟司], emergency aid committee (of PRC Ministry of Civil Affairs 民政部)
        jiùzāikuǎn, [救災款], disaster relief funds
        cìshēngzāihài, [次生災害], secondary disaster (e.g. epidemic following floods)
        xiāozāi, [消災], to avoid calamities
        xiāozāibìxié, [消災避邪], to avoid calamities and evil spirits
        zāibiàn, [災變], catastrophe/cataclysmic change
        zāibiànlùn, [災變論], catastrophism/the theory that geological change is caused by catastrophic events...
        zāibiànshuō, [災變說], catastrophism (theory that geological changes are brought about by catastrophes ...
        zāihòu, [災後], after a catastrophe/post-traumatic
        zāichǎng, [災場], disaster area/scene of accident
        zāihàiliàn, [災害鏈], series of calamities/disaster following on disaster
        zāiqíng, [災情], disastrous situation/calamity
        zāiyāng, [災殃], disaster
        zāinànxìng, [災難性], catastrophic
        zāinànpiàn, [災難片], disaster movie
        láoyùzhīzāi, [牢獄之災], imprisonment
        pòcáimiǎnzāi, [破財免災], a financial loss may prevent disaster (idiom)
        qífúrángzāi, [祈福禳災], to pray for luck and sacrifice to avoid disasters (i.e. traditional superstition...
        qūxiéchúzāi, [祛邪除災], to drive away demons to prevent calamity (idiom)
        gǔzāi, [股災], market crash
        zhènzāi, [賑災], disaster relief
        táozāibìnàn, [逃災避難], to seek refuge from calamities
        zhòngzāi, [重災], severe disaster
        zhènzāi, [震災], earthquake damage
        shuāngzāi, [霜災], frost damage (to crop)
        fēngzāi, [風災], damaging storm/destructive typhoon

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