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        làn, [爛], soft/mushy/well-cooked and soft/to rot/to decompose/rotten/worn out/chaotic/mess...
        fǔlàn, [腐爛], to rot/to putrefy/(fig.) corrupt
        pòlàn, [破爛], worn-out/rotten/dilapidated/tattered/ragged/rubbish/junk
        cànlàn, [燦爛], to glitter/brilliant/splendid
        jiāotóulàné, [焦頭爛額], lit. beaten head and scorched brow (idiom); beaten black and blue/fig. in troubl...
        lànní, [爛泥], mud/mire
        kuìlàn, [潰爛], to fester/to ulcerate
        xīlàn, [稀爛], smashed up/broken into pieces/thoroughly mashed/pulpy
        xuànlàn, [絢爛], splendid/gorgeous/dazzling
        lànshú, [爛熟], well cooked/to know thoroughly
        mílàn, [糜爛], dissipated
        hǎikūshílàn, [海枯石爛], lit. when the seas run dry and the stones go soft (idiom)/fig. forever/until the...
        tiānzhēnlànmàn, [天真爛漫], innocent and unaffected
        lànmàn, [爛漫], brightly colored/unaffected (i.e. behaving naturally)
        xiǔlàn, [朽爛], rotten
        sāncùnbùlànzhīshé, [三寸不爛之舌], to have a silver tongue/to have the gift of the gab
        hǎojìxìngbùrúlànbǐtóu, [好記性不如爛筆頭], the palest ink is better than the best memory (idiom)
        fèitónglàntiě, [廢銅爛鐵], scrap metal/a pile of junk
        zhuànglàn, [撞爛], to destroy by smashing/smashed up
        sǐchánlàndǎ, [死纏爛打], (coll.) to pester/to harass
        gǔnguālànshú, [滾瓜爛熟], lit. ripe as a melon that rolls from its vine (idiom); fig. to know fluently/to ...
        cànlànduōcǎi, [燦爛多彩], multicolored splendor (of fireworks, bright lights etc)
        lànhǎorén, [爛好人], sb who tries to be on good terms with everyone
        lànzǎi, [爛崽], rogue/rowdy/unreliable chap
        lànwūhuò, [爛污貨], loose woman/slut
        lànmàn, [爛熳], variant of 爛漫|烂漫[làn màn]
        lànhu, [爛糊], overripe/overcooked
        lànmàn, [爛縵], variant of 爛漫|烂漫[làn màn]
        lànshétóu, [爛舌頭], to gossip/to blab/a blab-mouth
        lànzhàng, [爛賬], accounts in a rotten state
        làntòu, [爛透], rotten to the core
        lànzuì, [爛醉], dead drunk/completely drunk
        lànzuìrúní, [爛醉如泥], lit. as drunk as mud/completely drunk
        mílànxìngdújì, [糜爛性毒劑], vesicant
        tānduōjiáobùlàn, [貪多嚼不爛], to bite off more than one can chew (idiom)
        chéngǔzilànzhīma, [陳谷子爛芝麻], lit. stale grain, overcooked sesame (idiom); fig. the same boring old gossip
        méilàn, [霉爛], mold/rot/gangrene
        mílàn, [靡爛], rotting/decaying

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