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        chǎo, to sauté/to stir-fry/to speculate/to hype/to fire (sb)
鱿         chǎoyóuyú, [炒魷魚], to be fired/to fire
        chǎozuò, to hype/to promote (in the media)
        chǎomiàn, [炒麵], stir-fried noodles/"chow mein"
        chǎofàn, [炒飯], fried rice
        chǎocài, stir-fried dish
        chǎogǔ, (coll.) to speculate in stocks
        chǎomǐ, fried rice/millet stir-fried in butter
        chǎolěngfàn, [炒冷飯], to stir-fry left-over rice/fig. to rehash the same story/to serve up the same ol...
        bàochǎo, to stir-fry rapidly using a high flame/to conduct a media blitz/to manipulate a ...
        chǎoguō, [炒鍋], wok/frying pan
        dīngdīngchǎomiàn, chopped fried noodles
        liángbànchǎojīdàn, [涼拌炒雞蛋], a nonsensical retort
        qīngchǎo, to stir-fry/to saute
        chǎodìpí, to speculate in building land
        chǎojiā, speculator
        chǎofáng, to speculate in real estate
        chǎogēng, to moonlight
        chǎohuì, [炒匯], to speculate in foreign currency
        chǎorè, [炒熱], hot (i.e. selling well)/to raise prices by speculation/to hype
        chǎogǔpiào, to speculate in stocks
        chǎobōcài, stir-fried spinach
        chǎodàn, scrambled eggs
        chǎohuò, [炒貨], roasted snacks (peanuts, chestnuts etc)
        chǎojīdàn, [炒雞蛋], scrambled eggs
        rèchǎo, [熱炒], stir-fried dish (Tw)
        rèchǎorèmài, [熱炒熱賣], lit. to sell hot food freshly cooked; fig. to teach what one has just learned/en...
        jiānchǎo, to lightly fry
        xiànchǎoxiànmài, [現炒現賣], lit. to fry and sell on the spot/fig. (of fresh graduates) to apply the still-fr...
        shēngchǎorèmài, [生炒熱賣], to sell while it's still hot (idiom); fig. in a great hurry to publish or sell (...
        fānchǎo, to stir-fry
        suànmiáochǎoròupiàn, stir-fried pork with garlic
        jīdànchǎofàn, [雞蛋炒飯], egg fried rice

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