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        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
        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
        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 ...
        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]
        WángbīngJìniànrì, [亡兵紀念日], Memorial Day (American holiday)
        jiāobīng, in a state of war
        xiūbīng, to cease fire/armistice/rested troops
        chuánlìngbīng, [傳令兵], (military) messenger/orderly
        yōngbīng, [傭兵], mercenary/hired gun
        xiānbīnghòulǐ, [先兵後禮], opposite of 先禮後兵|先礼后兵[xiān lǐ hòu bīng]
        quánmínjiēbīng, to bring the entire nation to arms (idiom)
        xīngbīng, [興兵], to send troops
        bīngbùyànzhà, [兵不厭詐], there can never be too much deception in war/in war nothing is too deceitful/all...
        bīngbùxuèrèn, lit. no blood on the men's swords (idiom); fig. an effortless victory
        bīngshū, [兵書], a book on the art of war
        bīngluàn, [兵亂], confusion of war/turmoil of war
        bīngrèn, (bladed) weapons
        bīngzhì, military system
        bīngqìshù, [兵器術], martial arts involving weapons
        bīngjiāchángshì, commonplace in military operations (idiom)
        Bīngkù, [兵庫], Hyōgo prefecture in the midwest of Japan's main island Honshū 本州[Běn zhōu]
        bīnggē, weapons/arms/fighting/war
        bīnggērǎorǎng, [兵戈擾攘], arms and confusion (idiom); turmoil of war
        bīngláijiàngdǎng,shuǐláitǔyǎn, [兵來將擋,水來土掩], counter soldiers with arms, water with an earth weir (idiom); different situatio...
        bīngláijiàngdí,shuǐláitǔyàn, [兵來將敵,水來土堰], counter soldiers with arms, water with an earth weir (idiom); different situatio...
        bīngpǐ, army riffraff/army ruffian/soldier of fortune
        bīngzhàn, army service station/military depot
        bīngfú, see 虎符[hǔ fú]
        bīngjīngliángzú, [兵精糧足], elite soldiers, ample provisions (idiom); well-prepared forces/preparations for ...
        bīngjiàn, [兵艦], warship
        bīngyǐ, [兵蟻], soldier ant/dinergate
        bīngbàirúshāndǎo, [兵敗如山倒], troops in defeat like a landslide (idiom); a beaten army in total collapse
        bīngguìshénsù, [兵貴神速], lit. speed is a crucial asset in war (idiom)/fig. swift and resolute (in doing s...
        bīngliánhuòjié, [兵連禍結], ravaged by successive wars/war-torn/war-ridden
        Bīngbù, Ministry of War (in imperial China)
        bīngduì, [兵隊], troops
        bīngxiǎng, [兵餉], pay and provisions for soldiers
        bīngmǎwèidòng,liángcǎoxiānxíng, [兵馬未動,糧草先行], before the troops move, fodder and provisions go first (idiom); logistics comes ...
        yǎngbīng, [養兵], to train troops
        yǎngbīngqiānrì,yòngbīngyīshí, [養兵千日,用兵一時], lit. Train an army for a thousand days to use it for an hour. (idiom); fig. exte...
        yǎngbīngqiānrì,yòngzàiyīshí, [養兵千日,用在一時], see 養兵千日,用兵一時|养兵千日,用兵一时[yǎng bīng qiān rì , yòng bīng yī shí]
        yǎngbīngqiānrì,yòngzàiyīzhāo, [養兵千日,用在一朝], lit. train an army for a thousand days to use it for one morning (idiom)/fig. ex...
        rǒngbīng, superfluous troops
        FēnxúnBīngBèidào, [分巡兵備道], Qing Dynasty General Supervisory and Military Command
        dānbīng, [單兵], individual soldier/(literary) isolated military unit, cut off from reinforcement...
        shuānghòuqiánbīngkāijú, [雙后前兵開局], Double Queen Pawn Opening/Closed Game (chess)/same as 封閉性開局|封闭性开局
        fābīng, [發兵], to dispatch an army/to send troops
        biànbīng, [變兵], rebel soldier
        hàobīng, [號兵], bugler/trumpeter (military)
        āibīngbìshèng, [哀兵必勝], an army burning with righteous indignation is bound to win (idiom)
        guófùbīngqiáng, [國富兵強], prosperous country with military might
        tiānbīngtiānjiàng, [天兵天將], celestial troops and generals (idiom)/fig. superior forces
        TàigōngBīngfǎ, alternative name for ”Three Strategies of Huang Shigong” 黃石公三略|黄石公三略[Huáng Shí g...
        HǎobīngShuàikè, [好兵帥克], The Good Soldier Švejk (Schweik), satirical novel by Czech author Jaroslav Hašek...
        wáwabīng, child soldier
        SūnzǐBīngfǎ, [孫子兵法], “Art of War”, one of the Seven Military Classics of ancient China 武經七書|武经七书[Wǔ j...
        SūnBìnBīngfǎ, [孫臏兵法], Sun Bin's "The Art of War"
        shǒubīng, guard/garrison soldier
        fùguóqiángbīng, [富國強兵], lit. rich country, strong army (idiom); slogan of legalist philosophers in pre-H...
        gōngnóngbīng, [工農兵], workers, peasants, and soldiers/the proletariat
        nǔbīng, archer/infantry armed with crossbow
        qiángbīng, [強兵], strong soldiers/make the military powerful (political slogan)
        qiángjiàngshǒuxiàwúruòbīng, [強將手下無弱兵], there are no poor soldiers under a good general (idiom)
        dānjiàbīng, [擔架兵], stretcher bearer (military)
        yōngbīngzìzhòng, [擁兵自重], (of a warlord etc) to assemble one's personal army, thereby presenting a challen...
        ZhěngjiùDàbīngRuìēn, Saving Private Ryan (1998 movie)
        sǎnbīngkēng, foxhole (military)
        wényìbīng, [文藝兵], PLA military personnel who specialize in literary or artistic pursuits
        qíbīng, Manchurian soldier
        bēijiǔshìbīngquán, [杯酒釋兵權], to dismiss military hierarchy using wine cups/cf Song founding Emperor Song Taiz...
        ànbīngshùjiǎ, to rest weapons and loosen armor (idiom); to relax from fighting
        ànjiǎxiūbīng, to put down weapon and let soldiers rest (idiom); to relax from fighting
        kuìbīng, [潰兵], defeated troops/routed army/scattered soldiers
        diǎnbīng, [點兵], to muster troops/(fig.) to gather forces
        yòngbīngrúshén, to lead military operations with extraordinary skill
        yíbīng, troops deployed to mislead the enemy
        qióngbīngdúwǔ, [窮兵黷武], to engage in wars of aggression at will (idiom)/militaristic/bellicose
绿         Lǜqíbīng, [綠旗兵], same as 綠營|绿营[lǜ yíng], Green standard army, standing infantry during Qing dynas...
绿         Lǜyíngbīng, [綠營兵], Green standard army, standing infantry during Qing dynasty, originally formed fr...
        huǎnbīngzhījì, [緩兵之計], delaying tactics/stalling/measures to stave off an attack/stratagem to win a res...
        cǎomùjiēbīng, lit. every tree or bush an enemy soldier (idiom); fig. to panic and treat everyo...
        cǎoshuàishōubīng, to work vaguely then retreat (idiom); sloppy and half-hearted/half-baked
        cǎocǎoshōubīng, to work vaguely then retreat (idiom); sloppy and half-hearted/half-baked
        xiābīngxièjiàng, [蝦兵蟹將], shrimp soldiers and crab generals (in mythology or popular fiction, the army of ...
        cáibīng, to reduce troop numbers/disarmament
        Diàobīngshān, [調兵山], Mt Diaobingshan in Tieling/Diaobingshan district of Tieling city 鐵嶺市|铁岭市, Liaoni...
        Diàobīngshānshì, [調兵山市], Diaobingshan district of Tieling city 鐵嶺市|铁岭市, Liaoning
        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...
        ābīnggē, (coll.) soldier boy
        Chénqiáobīngbiàn, [陳橋兵變], the military revolt of 960 that led Zhao Kuangyin 趙匡胤|赵匡胤 to found the Song dyna...
        gùyōngbīng, [雇傭兵], mercenary/hired gun
        míngjīnshōubīng, [鳴金收兵], to beat the gong to recall troops (idiom); to order a retreat

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