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        hàozi, (dialect) mouse/rat
        hào, to waste/to spend/to consume/to squander/news/(coll.) to delay/to dilly-dally
        xiāohào, to use up/to consume
        hàojìn, [耗盡], to exhaust/to use up/to deplete/to drain
        hàofèi, [耗費], to waste/to spend/to consume/to squander
        èhào, news of sb's death/grievous news
        sǔnhào, [損耗], wear and tear
        hàoshí, [耗時], time-consuming/to take a period of (x amount of time)
        hàozī, [耗資], to spend/expenditure/to cost
        hàoyóuliàng, fuel consumption
        hàosǔn, [耗損], to waste
        yóuhào, fuel consumption
        xiāohàoliàng, rate of consumption
        xiāohàozhàn, [消耗戰], war of attrition
        shānghào, [傷耗], damage (e.g. to goods in transit)
        dīhào, low consumption
        nèihào, [內耗], internal friction/internal dissipation of energy (in mechanics)/fig. waste or di...
        gōnghào, electric consumption/power wastage
        huíhào, to write back/to send a reply
        shéhào, loss of goods/damage to goods/shrinkage
        sǔnhàopǐn, [損耗品], consumables
        héránliàoránhào, nuclear fuel burnup
        xiāohàodiào, consumption
        ránhào, fuel consumption
        gǒunáhàozi, lit. a dog who catches mice/to be meddlesome (idiom)
        māokūhàozi, [貓哭耗子], the cat weeps for the dead mouse (idiom); hypocritical pretence of condolence/cr...
        shēnghàoyǎngliàng, biological oxygen demand (BOD)
        móhào, wear and tear/wearing out by friction
        hàolì, to require much effort
        hàosàn, to dissipate/to squander
        hàoshíhàolì, [耗時耗力], requiring much time and effort
        hàonéng, to consume energy/energy consumption
        yīnhào, message

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