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        bāo/páo/pào, [砲], to sauté/to fry/to dry by heating, to prepare herbal medicine by roasting or par...
        dàpào, [大砲], big gun/cannon/artillery/one who talks big/trad. form 大炮 also used/CL:門|门[mén],尊...
        pàodàn, [炮彈], artillery shell/CL:枚[méi]
        pǎijīpào, [迫擊炮], mortar (weapon)
        kāipào, [開砲], to open fire
        pàohuǒ, artillery barrage/gunfire
        qiāngpào, [槍砲], firearm
        huǒpào, [火砲], cannon/gun/artillery, cannon/gun/artillery
        pàoshǒu, [砲手], gunner/artillery crew
        pàobīng, artillery soldier/gunner
        biānpào, firecrackers/string of small firecrackers/CL:枚[méi]
        pàotǎ, gun turret
        pàohōng, [炮轟]/[砲轟], to bombard/to bomb/(fig.) to criticize/to roast, to bombard/to bomb/trad. also w...
        pàojī, [炮擊]/[砲擊], to shell/to bombard/bombardment, to shell/to bombard/bombardment
        mǎhòupào, [馬後炮]/[馬後砲], lit. firing after the horse/fig. belated action/giving advice in hindsight, lit....
        gāoshèpào, anti-aircraft gun
        jiānóngpào, [加農炮], cannon (loanword)
        huǒjiànpào, rocket artillery
        pàohuī, cannon fodder
        dǎpào, to open fire with artillery/to set off firecrackers/to make one's stage debut/(s...
        pàotái, [砲臺], fort/battery
        páozhì, [炮製], to concoct/to invent/to fabricate/to produce/to process/processing and curing (C...
        zhòngpào, [重砲], heavy artillery
        rúfǎpáozhì, [如法炮製], lit. to follow the recipe (idiom)/fig. to follow a set pattern
        pàotǐng, [砲艇], gunboat
        liúdànpào, [榴彈炮], howitzer
        lǐpào, [禮炮], gun salute (e.g. 21-gun salute)/salvo
        liánzhūpào, [連珠砲], barrage of gunfire (often used as a metaphor for rapid speech)
        fàngkōngpào, (lit.) to fire blank shots/(fig.) to be all talk and no action/to shoot one's mo...
        niǎoqiānghuànpào, [鳥槍換炮], bird shotgun replaced by cannon (idiom); equipment improved enormously
        páipào, to fire a salvo/broadside/cannonade
        tángyīpàodàn, [糖衣炮彈], sugar-coated bullets, term used by Mao (originally in 1949) to refer to corrupti...
        pàozhang, firecracker
        pàojiàn, [炮艦]/[砲艦], gunship, gunboat/gunship
        yīpàodǎxiǎng, [一炮打響], to win instant success (idiom)/to start off successfully
        yīpàoérhóng, [一炮而紅], to win instant success (idiom)/to become an instant hit
        sānpào, (Northeastern dialect) simple-minded person
        sānhuángpàochuí, Paochui - "Three Emperor Cannon Punch" (Chinese Martial Art)
        diūlúnchěpào, [丟輪扯砲], lose a wheel, tear at the gun (idiom); flustered and confused in a panic
        dīyīnpào, subwoofer
        Fólǎngjīpào, [佛朗機炮], Western (or Western-style) cannon of the Ming era
        bāèrsānpàozhàn, [八二三砲戰], bombardment of Kinmen by PRC forces that started August 23rd 1958, also called s...
        hàopào, [號砲], cannon used for signaling/signaling shot
        zuǐpào, (Internet slang) to mouth off/to shoot one's mouth off/sb who does that
        Dàgūkǒupàotái, [大沽口砲臺], Taku Forts, maritime defense works in Tianjin dating back to the Ming dynasty, p...
        Dàgūpàotái, [大沽砲臺], Taku Forts, maritime defense works in Tianjin dating back to the Ming dynasty, p...
        dàpàodǎwénzi, cannon fire to hit a mosquito/to use a sledgehammer to crack a nut
        niángpào, (slang) effeminate man/sissy/effeminate
        zǐmǔpàodàn, [子母炮彈], artillery cluster bomb
        xiǎogāngpào, [小鋼砲], (coll.) piece of light artillery such as a mortar/(fig.) person who speaks boldl...
        kāiménpào, [開門炮], firecrackers set off at the stroke of midnight on New Year's Day (a Chinese trad...
        nǔpào, [弩砲], catapult/ballista (siege catapult firing stone blocks)
        dǎhéngpào, [打橫炮], to butt in/to interfere/to make things difficult
        dǎyěpào, (slang) to have sex outdoors or in a public place
        fàngdàpào, to talk big/to shoot one's mouth off
        fàngbiānpào, to set off firecrackers
        fàngmǎhòupào, [放馬後炮], to fire after the horse has bolted (idiom); to act too late to be effective
        wúhòuzuòlìpào, [無後坐力炮], recoilless rifle
        qūshèpào, [曲射砲], curved-fire gun (mortar, howitzer etc)
        jīguānpào, [機關炮], machine cannon/machine-gun cannon
        pàorjú, [炮兒局], police station (Beijing slang)
        pàoyǒu, fuck buddy/friend with benefits
        pàoxiǎng, [砲響], sound of gunfire/fig. news of momentous events
        pàohuǒliántiān, [砲火連天], cannon firing for days on end (idiom); enveloped in the flames of war
        páoliàn, [炮煉], to parch and refine medicinal herbs
        páolào, the hot pillar (ancient Chinese torture instrument)
        pàozhú, firecracker
        pàoěr, trunnion/protrusions on either side of a cannon facilitating mounting and vertic...
        pàotǐngjī, [炮艇機], gunship (aircraft)
        pàoqiān, [炮釺], a drill/a hammer drill for boring through rock/same as 釺子|钎子
        ránfàngbiānpào, to set off fire crackers
        cíguǐpào, [磁軌砲], railgun
        LǐpàoHào, [禮炮號], Salyut (salute), Russian spacecraft series
        kōngzhōngpàojiàn, [空中砲艦], gunship (aircraft)
        dìyīpào, (fig.) opening shot
        yuēpào, [約炮], (slang) to hook up for a one night stand/booty call
        huāpào, firecracker
        hǔdūnpào, [虎蹲砲], a short-barreled mortar/an ancient catapult
        yěpào, field artillery
        chángqiāngduǎnpào, [長槍短炮], camera (jocular)

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