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        kēng, [阬], hole/pit/tunnel/to defraud, variant of 坑[kēng]/pit/hole
        huǒkēng, pit of fire/fig. living hell
        shuǐkēng, puddle/water hole/sump
        fènkēng, [糞坑], latrine pit/cesspit
        shākēng, sandbox/jumping pit (athletics)/sand trap, bunker (golf)
        kuàngkēng, [礦坑], mine/mine shaft
        máokēng, latrine pit/latrine
        dànkēng, [彈坑], bomb crater
        kēngdào, mine shaft/gallery/tunnel
        yǔnshíkēng, [隕石坑], meteorite impact crater
        kēngdòng, hole/pit/pothole
        níkēng, mud pit/mire/morass
        kēngkengwāwā, [坑坑窪窪], bumpy/full of potholes
        kēngwā, [坑窪], pothole/dip in the road
        āokēng, concave depression/crater
        mǎnkēngmǎngǔ, [滿坑滿谷], (idiom) all over the place/in every nook and cranny/packed to the rafters
        mùkēng, tomb pit
        kēngpiàn, [坑騙], to cheat/to swindle
        kēngrén, to cheat sb
        yīgèluóboyīgèkēng, [一個蘿蔔一個坑], lit. every turnip to its hole (idiom)/fig. each person has his own position/each...
        yǒngkēng, pit with funerary figures/pit containing terracotta warriors
        zhànzhemáokēngbùlāshǐ, [占著茅坑不拉屎], lit. to occupy a latrine but not shit (proverb)/fig. to be a dog in the manger
        Gǔkēng, Gukeng or Kukeng township in Yunlin county 雲林縣|云林县[Yún lín xiàn], Taiwan
        Gǔkēngxiāng, [古坑鄉], Gukeng or Kukeng township in Yunlin county 雲林縣|云林县[Yún lín xiàn], Taiwan
        kēngjǐng, (mine) galleries and pits
        Kēngkǒu, Hang Hau (area in Hong Kong)
        kēngkǎn, uneven (road)/depression (in terrain)
        kēnghài, to trap/to frame
        kēngmù, pit prop
        kēngshā, [坑殺], to bury alive/to ensnare
        kēngdiē, (Internet slang) dishonest/fraudulent/deceptive
        kēngmēng, to swindle
        kēngmēngguǎipiàn, [坑蒙拐騙], to swindle/to cheat
        jīkēng, foundation groove/trench for building foundation
        mùkēnghāngtǔcéng, [墓坑夯土層], layer filled with rammed earth in a tomb pit (archeology)
        dàkēng, Tai Hang District, Hong Kong
        zhuàngjīkēng, [撞擊坑], impact crater
        sǎnbīngkēng, foxhole (military)
        wúdǐkēng, [無底坑], the bottomless pit (Hell in the Bible)/pitless (elevator)
        yuèkēng, lunar crater
        máokēng, variant of 茅坑[máo kēng]
        wūshuǐkēng, cesspit
        shākēnggān, [沙坑桿], sand wedge (golf)
        Shēnkēng, Shenkeng township in New Taipei City 新北市[Xīn běi shì], Taiwan
        Shēnkēngxiāng, [深坑鄉], Shenkeng township in New Taipei City 新北市[Xīn běi shì], Taiwan
        shènkēng, [滲坑], sewage pit
        fénshūkēngrú, [焚書坑儒], to burn the Confucian classics and bury alive the Confucian scholars (acts suppo...
        tiàochūhuǒkēng, lit. to jump out of a fire pit (idiom); to escape from a living hell/to free one...
        tiàochūfǔdǐjìnhuǒkēng, [跳出釜底進火坑], out of the frying pan into the fire (idiom)
        dūnkēng, Turkish toilet/squat toilet/to vacate one's bowels
        bìkēngluòjǐng, to dodge a pit only to fall into a well (idiom)/out of the frying pan into the f...
        bìdànkēng, [避彈坑], foxhole
        yǔnkēng, [隕坑], meteorite crater
        xiànkēng, pitfall/pit as animal trap

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