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        yāo, waist/lower back/pocket/middle/loins
        yāodài, [腰帶], belt
        wānyāo, [彎腰], to stoop
        yāobù, waist/small of the back
        yāobāo, waist purse (old)/(fig.) purse/pocket/waist pack/fanny pack/bum bag
        tāoyāobāo, to pay/to foot the bill
        yāozhuī, lumbar vertebra (lower backbone)
        yāoguǒ, cashew nuts
        chēngyāo, [撐腰], to support/to brace
        yāowéi, [腰圍], waist measurement/girth
        kùyāodài, [褲腰帶], waistband
        yāochánwànguàn, [腰纏萬貫], lit. ten thousand strings of cash in money belt (idiom); carrying lots of money/...
        lǎnyāo, [懶腰], stretch
        yāozi, kidney
        hòuyāo, [後腰], lower back
        shānyāo, halfway up a mountain/lit. waist of mountain
        yāobǎn, waist and back/fig. upright and still healthy
        diǎntóuhāyāo, [點頭哈腰], to nod one's head and bow (idiom); bowing and scraping/unctuous fawning
        shēnlǎnyāo, [伸懶腰], to stretch oneself
        yāozhuījiānpán, [腰椎間盤], intervertebral disk
        lányāo, [攔腰], (hitting) squarely in the middle/(slicing) across the middle/to hold by the wais...
        yāozhī, waist
        máoyāo, [貓腰], to bend over
        hāyāo, to bend
        zhàngyāo, to back sb up/to support (from the rear)
        bànzhōngyāo, middle/halfway
        bànyāo, middle/halfway
        gōngyāo, to bow/to bend at the waist
        wānyāotuóbèi, [彎腰駝背], slouch/stoop/poor posture
        niǔyāo, to sway one's hips/to twist one's waist
        chāyāo, to put one's hands on one's hips
        dāyāo, harness pad (on draught animal)
        shùyāo, girdle
        máoyāo, (dialect) to bend over
        shuǐshéyāo, slender and supple waist/lithe body/feminine pose
        xióngyāohǔbèi, waist of a bear and back of a tiger/tough and stocky build
        zhànzheshuōhuàbùyāoténg, [站著說話不腰疼], it's all very well to talk, but getting things done is another matter (idiom)/to...
        děngyāosānjiǎoxíng, isosceles triangle
        xiānyāo, [纖腰], slender waistline
        xìyāo, [細腰], slender waist/fig. pretty woman/mortise and tenon joint on a coffin
        yāogǎnzi, [腰桿子], waist/small of the back/(fig.) backing
        yāoguǒjīdīng, [腰果雞丁], chicken with cashew nuts
        yāozhuījiānpántūchū, [腰椎間盤突出], slipped disk/vertebral herniation/prolapsed disk
        yāozhuījiānpántūchūzhèng, [腰椎間盤突出症], herniated lumbar disk
        yāoròu, loin
        yāojīnyīzǐ, golden seal at the waist, purple gown (idiom); in official position
        bǎngdàyāoyuán, [膀大腰圓], tall and strong/burly/beefy
        hǔbèixióngyāo, back of a tiger and waist of a bear/tough and stocky build
        zhuànyāozi, [轉腰子], (coll.) to pace around nervously/to speak indirectly/to beat about the bush

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