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        kāikuò, [開闊], wide/open (spaces)/to open up
        kuò, [濶]/[闊], variant of 闊|阔[kuò], rich/wide/broad
广         guǎngkuò, [廣闊], wide/vast
        kuānkuò, [寬闊], expansive/wide/width/thickness
        ángshǒukuòbù, [昂首闊步], striding forward with head high (idiom); to walk with spirited and vigorous step...
        liáokuò, [遼闊], vast/extensive
        gāotánkuòlùn, [高談闊論], to harangue/loud arrogant talk/to spout
        kuòlǎo, [闊佬], wealthy person/millionaire
        kuòchuò, [闊綽], ostentatious/extravagant/liberal with money
        dàdāokuòfǔ, [大刀闊斧], bold and decisive
        kuòbié, [闊別], separated for a long time
        kuòqi, [闊氣], lavish/generous/bounteous/prodigal
        kuòbù, [闊步], to stride forward
        bǎikuò, [擺闊], to parade one's wealth/to be ostentatious and extravagant
        jiǔkuò, [久闊], a long period of separation
        xīnxiōngkāikuò, [心胸開闊], broad-minded/open-minded
        kuàngkuò, [曠闊], vast
        bōlánzhuàngkuò, [波瀾壯闊], surging forward with great momentum/unfolding on a magnificent scale
        hàokuò, [浩闊], vast
        hǎikuòtiānkōng, [海闊天空], wide sea and sky (idiom); boundless open vistas/the whole wide world/chatting ab...
        shēnghuókuòchuò, [生活闊綽], a flashy lifestyle/to live it up
        shūkuò, [疏闊], inaccurate/slipshod/poorly thought-out/distant/vague/long-separated/broadly scat...
        Wōkuòtái, [窩闊臺], Ögedei Khan (1186-1242), a son of Genghis Khan
        Wōkuòtáihán, [窩闊臺汗], Ögedei Khan (1186-1242), a son of Genghis Khan
        bèikuòjī, [背闊肌], latissimus dorsi muscle (back of the chest)
        yūkuò, [迂闊], high sounding and impractical/high flown nonsense
        kuòyè, [闊葉], broad-leaved (tree)
        kuòdù, [闊度], breadth
        kuòlǎo, [闊老], variant of 闊佬|阔佬[kuò lǎo]
        kuòniè, [闊躡], to stride (formal writing)
        gāoshìkuòbù, [高視闊步], to strut about

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