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        wǔrǔ, to insult/to humiliate/dishonor
        xiūrǔ, to baffle/to humiliate/shame/dishonor/humiliation
        chǐrǔ, [恥辱], disgrace/shame/humiliation
        rǔ, disgrace/dishonor/to insult/to bring disgrace or humiliation to/to be indebted t...
        rǔmà, [辱罵], to insult/to revile/abuse/vituperation
        qūrǔ, to humiliate/humiliating
        wūrǔ, to humiliate/to insult/to tarnish/to sully
        língrǔ, to insult
        shòurǔ, insulted/humiliated/disgraced
        qíchǐdàrǔ, [奇恥大辱], extraordinary shame and humiliation (idiom)
        rěnrǔfùzhòng, [忍辱負重], to endure humiliation as part of an important mission (idiom); to suffer in sile...
        róngrǔyǔgòng, [榮辱與共], (of friends or partners) to share both the honor and the disgrace (idiom)
        sàngquánrǔguó, [喪權辱國], to forfeit sovereignty and humiliate the country (idiom)/to surrender territory ...
        róngrǔ, [榮辱], honor and disgrace/reputation
        xíngrǔ, to humiliate and torture/to suffer mutilation and humiliation
        hángòurěnrǔ, to bear shame and humiliation (idiom)
        hánrěnchǐrǔ, [含忍恥辱], to eat humble pie/to accept humiliation/to turn the other cheek
        rěnrǔtōushēng, to bear humiliation to save one's skin (idiom)
        rěnrǔhángòu, to eat humble pie/to accept humiliation/to turn the other cheek
        rěnrǔqiúquán, to endure humiliation to preserve unity
        qīrǔ, to humiliate/humiliation
        yínrǔ, fornication and insults/to rape and insult
        diǎnmíngxiūrǔ, [點名羞辱], to attack publicly/to stage a denunciation campaign
        diànrǔ, to dishonor/to disgrace
        chīrǔ, to whip and insult
        kuàxiàzhīrǔ, lit. forced to crawl between sb's legs as humiliation (idiom)/humiliation
        róngrǔguān, [榮辱觀], precepts regarding what is honorable and what is shameful (in particular, refers...

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