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        píbèi, [疲憊], beaten/exhausted/tired
        jīngpílìjìn, [精疲力盡], spirit weary, strength exhausted (idiom); spent/drained/washed out
        píjuàn, to tire/tired
        píláo, [疲勞], fatigue/wearily/weariness/weary
        jīnpílìjìn, [筋疲力盡], body weary, strength exhausted (idiom); extremely tired/spent
        jīngpílìjié, spirit weary, strength exhausted (idiom); spent/drained/washed out
        pí, weary
        lècǐbùpí, [樂此不疲], to enjoy sth and never tire of it (idiom)
        píruǎn, [疲軟], tired and feeble
        píyúbēnmìng, [疲於奔命], (idiom) terribly busy/up to one's ears in work
        pífá, tired/weary
        bùzhīpíjuàn, untiring/not recognizing tiredness
        mànxìngpíláozhènghòuqún, chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS)
        píláozhèng, [疲勞症], fatigue
        píkuì, [疲匱], tired/weary
        píkùn, (literary) tired/fatigued/(economics) weak/sluggish
        píta, variant of 疲沓[pí ta]
        píruò, tired/weak/exhausted
        píta, slack/remiss/negligent
        pílèi, tired/exhausted
        shēnxīnjùpí, physically and emotionally exhausted
        jīnshǔpíláo, [金屬疲勞], metal fatigue

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