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        Shuǎ/shuǎ, surname Shua, to play with/to wield/to act (cool etc)/to display (a skill, one's...
        wánshuǎ, to play (as children do)/to amuse oneself
        záshuǎ, [雜耍], a sideshow/vaudeville/juggling
        shuǎhuāzhāo, to play tricks on sb
        shuǎzuǐpízi, to talk glibly/to talk big/to be all talk
        shuǎlài, [耍賴], to act shamelessly/to refuse to acknowledge that one has lost the game, or made ...
        shuǎnòng, to play with/to engage in/to resort to/to dally with
        shuǎhuá, to resort to tricks/to act in a slippery way/to try to evade (work, responsibili...
        xìshuǎ, [戲耍], to amuse oneself/to play with/to tease
        shuǎhóu, to get a monkey to perform tricks/to put on a monkey show/to make fun of sb/to t...
        shuǎpínzuǐ, [耍貧嘴], (coll.) to wag one's tongue/to indulge in idle gossip and silly jokes/to chatter...
        Guāngōngmiànqiánshuǎdàdāo, [關公面前耍大刀], lit. to wield the broadsword in the presence of Lord Guan (idiom)/fig. to make a...
        xīshuǎ, to play
        shuǎzuǐpí, to show off with clever talk/big-headed/a smart-ass
        shuǎtánzi, [耍罈子], to perform a jar juggling and balancing act
        shuǎzi, to play/to have fun
        shuǎbǎo, [耍寶], to show off/to put on a show to amuse others
        shuǎxiǎocōngming, [耍小聰明], to get smart/to resort to petty tricks
        shuǎfèi, [耍廢], (Tw) (slang) to pass time idly/to chill/to hang out
        shuǎdetuántuánzhuàn, [耍得團團轉], to fool/to dupe
        shuǎshǒuwàn, to play tricks/to maneuver
        shuǎwúlài, [耍無賴], to act shamelessly/to behave in a way that leaves others tut-tutting and shaking...
        shuǎpō, [耍潑], (dialect) to make an unreasonable scene
        shuǎhuátóu, [耍滑頭], see 耍滑[shuǎ huá]
        shuǎshīzi, [耍獅子], to perform a lion dance
        shuǎsīqíng, the play of passions/carried away by passion (e.g. to commit a crime)
        shuǎpíqì, [耍脾氣], to go into a huff
        shuǎhuāyàng, [耍花樣], to play tricks on sb
        shuǎqián, [耍錢], (coll.) to gamble

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