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        diē, to fall/to tumble/to trip/(of prices etc) to drop/Taiwan pr. [dié]
        diēdǎo, to tumble/to fall/fig. to suffer a reverse (in politics or business)
        diēluò, to fall/to drop
        xiàdiē, to fall/to tumble
        diēdiezhuàngzhuàng, to stagger along
        diējìn, [跌進], to fall into/to dip below a certain level
        bàodiē, (economics) to slump/steep fall (in value etc)
        kuángdiē, crazy fall (in prices)
        dàdiē, large fall
        diējià, [跌價], to fall in price
        diēpò, (of a market index etc) to fall below (a given level)/to be injured or damaged a...
        měngdiē, drop sharply (e.g. stock prices)
        diējiāo, to fall down/to take a fall
        zhǎngdiē, [漲跌], rise or fall in price
        huídiē, to fall back (of water level or share prices)
        dàdiēshì, great market fall/market crash
        dàdiēyǎnjìng, [大跌眼鏡], (fig.) to be astounded
        pūdiē, [撲跌], to fall flat on one's face/(martial arts) pouncing and falling (i.e. all kinds o...
        shuāidiē, to take a fall
        zhǎngdiēfúxiànzhì, [漲跌幅限制], limit up, limit down/limit on daily price variation
        xùdiē, [續跌], to continue to fall (of share prices)
        diējiāo, variant of 跌跤[diē jiāo]
        diēfèn, (coll.) to lose face
        diētíngbǎn, daily lower limit on the price of a stock
        diēdàng, uninhibited/free and unconstrained/rhythmical
        diēdàngzhāozhāng, flowing (of prose)/free
        diēshì, falling stock prices/bear market
        diēfú, decline (in value)/extent of a drop
        diēpū, [跌撲], to tumble/to stumble and fall
        diēdǎsǔnshāng, [跌打損傷], injury such as contusion, sprain or fracture from falling, blow etc
        diēdǎyào, [跌打藥], liniment
        diēduàn, [跌斷], to fall and fracture (a leg, vertebra etc)
        diēshuǐ, drop of height in waterway/staircase of waterfalls
        diēyǎnjìng, [跌眼鏡], to be taken aback
        diēpòyǎnjìng, [跌破眼鏡], (fig.) to be astounded
        diējiǎochuíxiōng, [跌腳捶胸], lit. stamping and beating the chest (idiom); fig. angry or stressed about sth
        diēzhì, to fall to
        diēzhìgǔdǐ, to hit rock bottom (idiom)
        diēdàng, [跌蕩], variant of 跌宕[diē dàng]
        diēzú, to stamp one's foot (in anger)
        diēdiēpápá, stumbling along
        diēdiēqiàngqiàng, [跌跌蹌蹌], to dodder along
        diēfēng, [跌風], falling prices/bear market
        dǒudiē, precipitous drop (in price)

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