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        shāo, [燒], to burn/to cook/to stew/to bake/to roast/to boil (tea, water etc)/fever
        ránshāo, [燃燒], to ignite/to combust/to burn/combustion/flaming
        fāshāo, [發燒], to have a high temperature (from illness)/to have a fever
        shāokǎo, [燒烤], barbecue/to roast
        shāoshāng, [燒傷], burn (injury)
        shāohuǐ, [燒燬], to burn/to burn down
        huǒshāo, [火燒], to set fire to/to burn down/burning hot/baked cake
        fénshāo, [焚燒], to burn/to set on fire
        shāojiǔ, [燒酒], name of a famous Tang dynasty wine/same as 白酒[bái jiǔ]
        gāoshāo, [高燒], fever/high temperature
        ránshāodàn, [燃燒彈], fire bomb/incendiary device
退         tuìshāo, [退燒], to reduce fever
        shāozhuó, [燒灼], to burn/to scorch/to cauterize
        shāoyídàn, [燒夷彈], fire bomb/incendiary device
        hóngshāo, [紅燒], simmer-fried (dish)
        yǐnhuǒshāoshēn, [引火燒身], to invite trouble
        shāopíng, [燒瓶], laboratory flask
        shāobēi, [燒杯], beaker (glassware)
        shāoxiāng, [燒香], to burn incense
        shāobing, [燒餅], baked sesame seed-coated cake
退         tuìshāoyào, [退燒藥], antipyretic (drug to reduce fever, such as sulfanilamide)
        dīshāo, [低燒], a low fever (up to 38°C)
        shāohuǒ, [燒火], to light a fire for cooking
        huǒshāoyún, [火燒雲], nuée ardente/hot cloud of volcanic ash
        shāozhì, [燒製], to fire (in a kiln)
        shāozhǐ, [燒紙], to burn paper offerings (as part of religious ceremony)
        shāotàn, [燒炭], to manufacture charcoal/to burn charcoal (often a reference to suicide by carbon...
        huǒshāohuǒliáo, [火燒火燎], restless with anxiety/unbearably hot and anxious
        hóngshāoròu, [紅燒肉], red-cooked meat (pork)/simmer fried meat
        shāoxīn, [燒心], to worry
        shāojiǎn, [燒鹼], caustic soda NaOH
        shāohuāng, [燒荒], to clear waste land or forest by burning/slash-and-burn (agriculture)
        duànshāo, [煅燒], to calcine (purify by heating)
        chuànshāo, [串燒], to cook on a skewer/barbecued food on a skewer/shish kebab
        chāshāo, [叉燒], char siu/barbecued pork
        chāshāobāo, [叉燒包], roast pork bun/cha siu baau
        fāshāoyǒu, [發燒友], fan/zealot
        rěhuǒshāoshēn, [惹火燒身], stir up the fire and you get burnt (idiom); to get one's fingers burnt/fig. to s...
        jiǎnfóshāoxiāng, [揀佛燒香], to choose which Buddha to burn incense to (idiom); fig. to curry favor from the ...
        huǒshāoméimao, [火燒眉毛], lit. the fire burns one's eyebrows (idiom); fig. desperate situation/extreme eme...
        shāodào, [燒到], to have a fever reaching (a certain temperature)
        shāobāo, [燒包], to forget oneself in extravagance/to burn money
        shāomài, [燒賣], shumai (shao mai) steamed dumpling/also written 燒麥|烧麦[shāo mài]
        shāowèi, [燒味], siu mei/spit-roasted meat dish in Cantonese cuisine
        shāomái, [燒埋], to bury/funeral rites
        shāokāi, [燒開], to boil
        shāolù, [燒錄], to burn (a CD or DVD)
        shāodiào, [燒掉], to burn/to char/to cremate/to incinerate
        shāosǐ, [燒死], to burn to death
        shāomáo, [燒毛], to singe (textiles)
        shāoshuǐ, [燒水], to heat water/to boil water
        shāozhuóshāng, [燒灼傷], burn (injury)/scorching
        shāozhuógǎn, [燒灼感], burning pain
        shāozhuóténg, [燒灼疼], burning pain
        shāokǎojiàng, [燒烤醬], barbecue sauce
        shāohàn, [燒焊], to weld
        shāojiāo, [燒焦], to burn/to scorch/burned/burning/scorched/charred
        shāoméi, [燒煤], to burn coal
        shāozhǔ, [燒煮], to cook
        shāoyìng, [燒硬], to fire (pottery)
        shāohóng, [燒紅], heat until red
        shāojié, [燒結], to sinter/to agglomerate ore by burning
        shāotāi, [燒胎], burnout/peel out
        shāolà, [燒臘], barbecue (Cantonese style)
        shāoqiézi, [燒茄子], stewed eggplant
        shāochá, [燒茶], to make tea
        shāoguō, [燒鍋], a still (for distilling alcohol)
        shāoxiāngbàiFó, [燒香拜佛], to burn incense and worship Buddha
        shāogāoxiāng, [燒高香], to burn incense/to thank profusely
        shāomài, [燒麥], shumai (shao mai) steamed dumpling/also written 燒賣|烧卖[shāo mài]
        mènshāoguō, [燜燒鍋], to casserole/to stew/vacuum flask/cooker
        bèishāo, [焙燒], to roast/to bake (e.g. mineral ore)
        ránshāojì, [燃燒劑], incendiary agent
        ránshāopíng, [燃燒瓶], Molotov cocktail
        zhēnjīnbùpàhuǒláishāo, [真金不怕火來燒], see 真金不怕火煉|真金不怕火炼[zhēn jīn bù pà huǒ liàn]
        làzhúliǎngtóushāo, [蠟燭兩頭燒], to burn the candle at both ends (idiom)/to labor under a double burden
        tiěbǎnshāo, [鐵板燒], teppanyaki
        tóngluóshāo, [銅鑼燒], dorayaki (a Japanese confection)

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