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        shā/shà, to terminate/to cut short/to bring to a stop/to squeeze/to tighten/to damage/var...
        shāchē, [煞車], to brake (when driving)
        shāfēngjǐng, [煞風景], to be an eyesore/(fig.) to spoil the fun/to be a wet blanket
        xiōngshénèshà, [兇神惡煞], fiends (idiom); devils and monsters
        shàfèikǔxīn, [煞費苦心], to take a lot of trouble (idiom); painstaking/at the cost of a lot of effort
        shābǐ, [煞筆], to stop one's pen/to break off writing/final remarks (at the end of a book or ar...
        dàshāfēngjǐng, [大煞風景], see 大殺風景|大杀风景[dà shā fēng jǐng]
        shàbái, deathly white
        mǒshā, variant of 抹殺|抹杀[mǒ shā]
        shāzhù, to brake/to stop/to forbid
        shāqì/shàqì, [煞氣], to vent one's anger on (an innocent party)/to take it out on (sb), baleful look/...
        yībǐmǒshā, [一筆抹煞], variant of 一筆抹殺|一笔抹杀[yī bǐ mǒ shā]
        xiōngshà, [兇煞], demon/fiend
        tiānshàgūxīng, bane of others' existence
        èshà, [惡煞], demon/fiend
        zhéshā, variant of 折殺|折杀[zhé shā]
        shàdào, (Tw) to like/to fall in love with
        shāwěi, to finish off/to wind up
        shāxìngzi, to vent anger
        shàshì, extremely/very
        shàyǒujièshì, to make a show of being very much in earnest (idiom)/to act as if one is taking ...
        shàyǒuqíshì, see 煞有介事[shà yǒu jiè shì]
        shāqìténgténg, [煞氣騰騰], variant of 殺氣騰騰|杀气腾腾[shā qì téng téng]
        shàshén, demon/fiend
        shāzhàng, [煞賬], to settle an account

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