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[殘兵敗將] cánbīngbàijiàng ruined army, defeated general (idiom); scattered remnants

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        cánrěn, [殘忍], cruel/mean/merciless/ruthless
        cánkù, [殘酷], cruel/cruelty
        cán, [殘], to destroy/to spoil/to ruin/to injure/cruel/oppressive/savage/brutal/incomplete/...
        cánhái, [殘骸], remains/wreckage
        cánliú, [殘留], to remain/left over/surplus/remnant
        cánjí, [殘疾], disabled/handicapped/deformity on a person or animal
        cánbào, [殘暴], brutal/vicious/ruthless
        cánjírén, [殘疾人], disabled person
        cánshā, [殘殺], to massacre/to slaughter
        cánjú, [殘局], endgame (in chess)/desperate situation/aftermath (of a failure)
        cánfèi, [殘廢], deformity/handicapped
        xiōngcán, [兇殘]/[凶殘], savage/cruel/fierce, savage
        cánliúwù, [殘留物], remnant/residue/material left over
        zìxiāngcánshā, [自相殘殺], to massacre one another (idiom); internecine strife
        cányú, [殘餘], remnant/relic/residue/vestige/surplus/to remain/to leave surplus
        cánhài, [殘害], to injure/to devastate/to slaughter
        cuīcán, [摧殘], to ravage/to ruin
        cánquē, [殘缺], badly damaged/shattered
        cánzhā, [殘渣], remainder/filtered out residue/sediment/waste product/debris/detritus/rubbish
        shāngcán, [傷殘], disabled/maimed/crippled/(of objects) damaged
        gǒuyáncánchuǎn, [苟延殘喘], to struggle on whilst at death's door (idiom)
        cáncún, [殘存], to survive/remnant
        cánpò, [殘破], broken/dilapidated
        
        cánkùwúqíng, [殘酷無情], cruel and unfeeling (idiom)
        cángēng, [殘羹], leftovers from a meal
        cángēngshèngfàn, [殘羹剩飯], leftovers from a meal/fig. remnants handed down from others
        
        
        
        zhìcán, [致殘], to be crippled (in an accident etc)
        cánbīngbàijiàng, [殘兵敗將], ruined army, defeated general (idiom); scattered remnants
        cányuè, [殘月], waning moon
        fēngzhúcánnián, [風燭殘年], one's late days/to have one foot in the grave
        
        cányuánduànbì, [殘垣斷壁], crumbling fences and dilapidated walls (idiom)
        cánbù, [殘部], defeated remnants/scattered survivors
        cándú, [殘毒], cruelty
        cándí, [殘敵], defeated enemy
        
        
        
        
        
        
        

        shìbīng, soldier/CL:個|个[gè]
        bīng, soldiers/a force/an army/weapons/arms/military/warlike/CL:個|个[gè]
        lǎobīng, veteran
        qíbīng, [騎兵], cavalry
        
        dāngbīng, [當兵], to serve in the army/to be a soldier
        xīnbīng, new (army) recruit
        wèibīng, [衛兵], guard/bodyguard
        bùbīng, infantry/foot/infantryman/foot soldier
        táobīng, army deserter
        mínbīng, people's militia/militia/militiaman
        bīngtuán, [兵團], large military unit/formation/corps/army
        
        bīnglì, military strength/armed forces/troops
        bīngyíng, [兵營], military camp/barracks
        zhēngbīng, [徵兵], to levy troops/recruitment
        bīngyì, military service
        xiànbīng, [憲兵], military police
        shuǐbīng, enlisted sailor in navy
        zhēnchábīng, [偵察兵], a scout/spy
        bīngqì, weaponry/weapons/arms
        fúbīngyì, to serve in the army
        sǎnbīng, [傘兵], paratrooper
        tèzhǒngbīng, [特種兵], commando/special forces soldier
        pàobīng, artillery soldier/gunner
        shàobīng, sentinel
        qíbīng, troops appearing suddenly (in a raid or ambush)
        yuánbīng, reinforcement
        lièbīng, private (army)
        
        
        ànbīngbùdòng, [按兵不動], to hold back one's troops without moving (idiom); to bide one's time
        
        bīngmǎyǒng, [兵馬俑], figurines of warriors and horses buried with the dead/Terracotta Army (historic ...
        bīngbiàn, [兵變], mutiny/(Tw) to be dumped by one's girlfriend while serving in the army
        bīngfǎ, art of war/military strategy and tactics
        
        
        zhǐshàngtánbīng, [紙上談兵], lit. military tactics on paper (idiom)/fig. theoretical discussion that is worse...
        guānbīng, officers and men
        zhìyuànbīng, [志願兵], volunteer soldier/CL:名[míng]
        yuèbīng, [閱兵], to review troops/military parade
        
        
        gōngbīng, military engineer
        
        sǎnbīng, loose and disorganized soldiers/stragglers/fig. a loner
        pàibīng, to dispatch troops
        chūbīng, to send troops
        bīnggōngchǎng, [兵工廠], munitions factory
        
        jīngbīng, elite troops
        zhòngbīng, massive military force
        fúbīng, hidden troops/ambush
        Xiànbīngduì, [憲兵隊], the Kempeitai or Japanese Military Police 1881-1945 (Japanese counterpart of the...
        dàibīng, [帶兵], to lead troops
        zhāobīngmǎimǎ, [招兵買馬], to recruit soldiers and buy horses (idiom); to raise a large army/fig. to expand...
        kōngjiàngbīng, paratroopers
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        duǎnbīngxiāngjiē, lit. short-weaponed soldiery fight one another (idiom); fierce hand-to-hand infa...
        
        qínwùbīng, [勤務兵], army orderly
        yuèbīngshì, [閱兵式], military parade
退         
        sǎnbīngyóuyǒng, [散兵遊勇], lit. straggling and disbanded soldiers (idiom); fig. disorganized uncoordinated ...
        biāobīng, [標兵], parade guards (usually spaced out along parade routes)/example/model/pacesetter
        
        bīngmǎ, [兵馬], troops and horses/military forces
        
        zēngbīng, to reinforce/to increase troop numbers/reinforcements/extra troops
        chèbīng, to withdraw troops/to retreat
        cánbīngbàijiàng, [殘兵敗將], ruined army, defeated general (idiom); scattered remnants
        bīngróngxiāngjiàn, [兵戎相見], to meet on the battlefield (idiom)
        zhāobīng, to recruit soldiers
        
        bīngyuán, [兵員], soldiers/troops
        
        shàngděngbīng, private first class (army rank)
        
        tiānbīng, celestial soldier/(old) imperial troops/(Tw, jocular) clumsy army recruit/(more ...
        
        
        xiānlǐhòubīng, [先禮後兵], peaceful measures before using force (idiom); diplomacy before violence/jaw-jaw ...
        Qīngbīng, Qing troops/Manchu soldiers
        bīnghuāngmǎluàn, [兵荒馬亂], soldiers munity and troops rebel (idiom); turmoil and chaos of war
        bīngquán, [兵權], military leadership/military power
        
        
        
        bīngshì, ordinary soldier
        jiāobīngbìbài, [驕兵必敗], lit. an arrogant army is bound to lose (idiom)/fig. pride goes before a fall
        
        
        
        diàobīngqiǎnjiàng, [調兵遣將], to move an army and send a general (idiom); to deploy an army/to send a team on ...
        
        chénbīng, [陳兵], to deploy troops/to mass troops
        bīngchuán, man-of-war/naval vessel/warship
        
        Bīngjiā/bīngjiā, the School of the Military, one of the Hundred Schools of Thought 諸子百家|诸子百家[zhū ...
        bīngyuán, manpower resources (for military service)/sources of troops
        
        Hóngwèibīng, [紅衛兵], Red Guards (Cultural Revolution, 1966-1976)
        
        bīnglínchéngxià, [兵臨城下], soldiers at the city walls (idiom); fig. at a critical juncture
        shōubīng, to retreat/to withdraw troops/to recall troops/fig. to finish work/to wind up/to...
        
        
        
        bīngqiángmǎzhuàng, [兵強馬壯], lit. strong soldiers and sturdy horses (idiom)/fig. a well-trained and powerful ...
        
        
        
        
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        bānbīng, to call for reinforcements/to bring in troops
        
        
        
        páitóubīng, [排頭兵], lit. frontline troops/leader/trailblazer/pacesetter
        
        
        
        liànbīng, [練兵], to drill troops/army training
        bīngzú, soldiers/troops
        bīngróng, arms/weapons
        bīngzhǒng, [兵種], (military) branch of the armed forces
        
        Bīngkùxiàn, [兵庫縣], Hyōgo prefecture in the midwest of Japan's main island Honshū 本州[Běn zhōu]
        
        
        
        
        
        

        shībài, [失敗], to be defeated/to lose/to fail (e.g. experiments)/failure/defeat/CL:次[cì]
        dǎbài, [打敗], to defeat/to overpower/to beat/to be defeated
        shībàizhě, [失敗者], loser
        jībài, [擊敗], to defeat/to beat
        bài, [敗], to defeat/to damage/to lose (to an opponent)/to fail/to wither
        fǔbài, [腐敗], corruption/to corrupt/to rot/rotten
        bàilèi, [敗類], scum of a community/degenerate
        cuòbài, [挫敗], to thwart/to foil (sb's plans)/a setback/a failure/a defeat
        chéngbài, [成敗], success or failure
        yībàitúdì, [一敗塗地], failed and wiped over the floor (idiom); to fail utterly/a crushing defeat/beate...
        bàihuài, [敗壞], to ruin/to corrupt/to undermine
        cǎnbài, [慘敗], to suffer a crushing defeat
        zhànbài, [戰敗], to lose a war
        bàilù, [敗露], (of a plot etc) to fall through and stand exposed
        bàisù, [敗訴], lose a lawsuit
        bàixuèzhèng, [敗血症], septicaemia
        qìjíbàihuài, [氣急敗壞], flustered and exasperated/utterly discomfited
        
        shēnbàimíngliè, [身敗名裂], to lose one's standing/to have one's reputation swept away/a complete defeat and...
        shuāibài, [衰敗], to decline/to wane/to decay/to deteriorate
        fǎnbàiwéishèng, [反敗為勝], to turn defeat into victory (idiom); to turn the tide
        luòbài, [落敗], to suffer a defeat/to fail/to fall behind
        liǎngbàijùshāng, [兩敗俱傷], both sides suffer (idiom)/neither side wins
        dàbài, [大敗], to defeat/to inflict a defeat on sb
        bàibǐ, [敗筆], a faulty stroke in calligraphy or painting/a faulty expression in writing
        kuìbài, [潰敗], utterly defeated/routed/crushed/to collapse (of army)
        
        pòbài, [破敗], to defeat/to crush (in battle)/beaten/ruined/destroyed/in decline
        shèngbài, [勝敗], victory or defeat/result
        
        bàiběi, [敗北], (literary) to be routed (in a war)/to suffer defeat (in sports etc)
        bàijì, [敗績], to be utterly defeated/to be routed
        bàijú, [敗局], lost game/losing battle
        bàijiāzǐ, [敗家子], spendthrift/wastrel/prodigal
        bàiluò, [敗落], (of status or wealth) to decline/(of buildings etc) to become dilapidated/run-do...
        bàixìng, [敗興], disappointed
退         bàituì, [敗退], to retreat in defeat
        cánbīngbàijiàng, [殘兵敗將], ruined army, defeated general (idiom); scattered remnants
        bàizhàng, [敗仗], lost battle/defeat
        gōngbàichuíchéng, [功敗垂成], to fail within sight of success (idiom); last-minute failure/to fall at the last...
        shāngfēngbàisú, [傷風敗俗], offending public morals (idiom)
        bàizhèn, [敗陣], to be defeated on the battlefield/to be beaten in a contest
        
        
        jiāobīngbìbài, [驕兵必敗], lit. an arrogant army is bound to lose (idiom)/fig. pride goes before a fall
        
        
        
        
        

        jiāng/jiàng/qiāng, [將], will/shall/to use/to take/to checkmate/just a short while ago/(introduces object...
        Jiāngjūn/jiāngjūn, [將軍], Chiangchun township in Tainan county 台南縣|台南县[Tái nán xiàn], Taiwan, general/high...
        jíjiāng, [即將], on the eve of/to be about to/to be on the verge of
        jiānglái, [將來], in the future/future/the future/CL:個|个[gè]
        jiāngyào, [將要], will/shall/to be going to
        shàngjiàng, [上將], general/admiral/air chief marshal
        jiāngjìn, [將近], almost/nearly/close to
        bìjiāng, [必將], inevitably
        zhǔnjiàng, [準將], brigadier general/commodore
        
        shàojiàng, [少將], major general/rear admiral/air vice marshal
        májiàng, [麻將], mahjong/CL:副[fù]
        jiàngshì, [將士], officers and soldiers
        
        jiànglǐng, [將領], high-ranking military officer
        
        
        dàjiàng, [大將], a general or admiral
        lǎojiàng, [老將], lit. old general/commander-in-chief 將帥|将帅, the equivalent of king in Chinese che...
        míngjiàng, [名將], famous general
        jījiàngfǎ, [激將法], indirect, psychological method of getting sb to do as one wishes (e.g. questioni...
        
        gànjiàng, [幹將], capable person
        guòguānzhǎnjiàng, [過關斬將], to surmount all difficulties (on the way to success) (idiom)/abbr. for 過五關斬六將|过五...
        zhōngjiàng, [中將], lieutenant general/vice admiral/air marshal
        ménjiàng, [門將], official gatekeeper/goalkeeper (soccer, hockey etc)
        dàjiāngjūn, [大將軍], important general/generalissimo
        àijiàng, [愛將], trusted lieutenant
        měngjiàng, [猛將], fierce general/valiant military leader/fig. brave individual
        xíngjiāng, [行將], ready to start on sth/about to act
        ēnjiāngchóubào, [恩將仇報], to bite the hand that feeds one (idiom)
        cánbīngbàijiàng, [殘兵敗將], ruined army, defeated general (idiom); scattered remnants
        
        jiāngxīnbǐxīn, [將心比心], to put oneself in sb else's shoes (idiom)
        zhǔjiàng, [主將], commander-in-chief (military)/star player (sports)/key figure (in an organizatio...
        nǚjiàng, [女將], female general/(fig.) woman who is a leading figure in her area of expertise
        
        jiànglìng, [將令], (old) (military) a command/an order
        
        
        diàobīngqiǎnjiàng, [調兵遣將], to move an army and send a general (idiom); to deploy an army/to send a team on ...
        guòwǔguānzhǎnliùjiàng, [過五關斬六將], lit. to cross five passes and slay six generals (idiom)/fig. to surmount all dif...
        diǎnjiàng, [點將], to appoint a general (in theater)/fig. to appoint sb for a task
        wǔjiàng, [武將], general/military leader/fierce man
        jiāngjiu, [將就], to accept (a bit reluctantly)/to put up with
        
        jiàngguān, [將官], general
        xiǎojiàng, [小將], (in classical literature) young military officer of high rank for his age/(durin...
        dàshàjiāngqīng, [大廈將傾], great mansion on the verge of collapse (idiom); hopeless situation
        jiāngjūndù, [將軍肚], potbelly
        
        hǔjiàng, [虎將], valiant general
        

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