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        péicháng, [賠償], to compensate
        péi, [賠], to compensate for loss/to indemnify/to suffer a financial loss
        suǒpéi, [索賠], to ask for compensation/to claim damages/claim for damages
        péichángjīn, [賠償金], compensation
        péiqián, [賠錢], to lose money/to pay for damages
        lǐpéi, [理賠], to settle a claim/claims settlement/payment of claims
        péifù, [賠付], to pay out/to compensate/(insurance) payment
        péikuǎn, [賠款], reparations/to pay reparations
        péizuì, [賠罪], to apologize
        péibúshi, [賠不是], to apologize
        péiběn, [賠本], loss/to sustain losses
        péilǐ, [賠禮], to offer an apology/to make amends
        bāopéi, [包賠], guarantee to pay compensations
        dàopéi, [倒賠], to sustain loss in trade
        jiǎyīpéishí, [假一賠十], lit. if one is fake, I shall compensate you for ten of them/fig. (of goods) 100%...
        miǎnpéi, [免賠], (insurance) excess
        miǎnpéitiáokuǎn, [免賠條款], franchise clause (insurance)
        pànpéi, [判賠], to sentence (sb) to pay compensation
        típéi, [提賠], to make a claim (for damages etc)
        rènpéi, [認賠], to agree to pay compensation/to accept liability
        péishàng, [賠上], to pay for sth with the loss of (one's health etc)/to have sth come at the cost ...
        péilefūrényòuzhébīng, [賠了夫人又折兵], having given away a bride, to lose one's army on top of it (idiom)/to suffer a d...
        péixiǎoxīn, [賠小心], to be conciliatory or apologetic/to tread warily in dealing with sb
        péixiào, [賠笑], to smile apologetically or obsequiously

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