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        tián, sweet
        tiánmì, sweet/happy
        tiánměi, sweet/pleasant/happy
        tiánpǐn, dessert
        tiányánmìyǔ, [甜言蜜語], (idiom) sweet words/sweet talk/cajolery
        tiántou, [甜頭], sweet taste (of power, success etc)/benefit
        tiánshí, dessert/sweet
        tiáncài, beet/beetroot
        xiāngtián, fragrant and sweet/sound (sleep)
        tiánjiǔ, sweet liquor
        tiánwèi, sweetness
        tiánguā, muskmelon
        tiánmìmì, very sweet
        gāntián, sweet
        suāntiánkǔlà, sour, sweet, bitter and spicy hot/fig. the joys and sorrows of life
        tiánwèijì, [甜味劑], sweetener (food additive)
        tiánchéng, sweet orange (Citrus sinensis)
        yìkǔsītián, [憶苦思甜], to view one's past as miserable and one's present as happy (idiom)
        shǎbáitián, (Internet slang) sweet, naive young woman
        jiātián, sweeten
        kǒutián, soft-spoken/affable/full of honeyed words
        zuǐtián, sweet-talking/ingratiating
        zuǐtiánxīnkǔ, sweet mouth, bitter heart (idiom); insincere flattery
        huítián, to have a sweet aftertaste
        qiǎngniǔdeguābùtián, [強扭的瓜不甜], lit. if you have to use force to break a melon off the vine, it won't taste swee...
        dǎyībāzhang,gěigètiánzǎo, [打一巴掌,給個甜棗], lit. to give sb a slap, then offer a sweet date (idiom)/fig. to deal with sb har...
        tiánbùlà, deep-fried fish cake popular in Taiwan (loanword from Japanese "tempura")
        tiándefānì, [甜得發膩], lovey-dovey/cloying/sugary
        tiánxīn, delighted to oblige/sweetheart
        tiánjīnjīn, sweet and delicious
        tiánrùn, [甜潤], sweet and mellow/fresh and moist (air)
        tiándiǎn, [甜點], dessert
        tiántiánquān, doughnut
        tiánshuì, to sleep soundly
        tiánzhì, sweet and innocent
        tiántǒng, ice-cream cone
        tiánnì, [甜膩], sweet and unctuous/(fig.) overly sentimental
        tiánjú, Stevia, South American sunflower genus/sugarleaf (Stevia rebaudiana), bush whose...
        tiánjútáng, Stevia extract, used as sugar substitute
        tiányán, sweet words/fine talk
        tiányánměiyǔ, [甜言美語], sweet words, beautiful phrases (idiom); hypocritical flattery
        tiándòu, sugar snap pea
        tiánjiǔniàng, [甜酒釀], fermented rice
        tiánsuān, sweet and sour
        tiánsuānròu, sweet and sour pork
        tiángāoliáng, sweet sorghum
        Bǎilìtián, Baileys Irish Cream (brand of alcoholic drink)/see also 百利甜酒[Bǎi lì Tián jiǔ]
        BǎilìTiánjiǔ, Baileys Irish Cream (brand of alcoholic drink)
        huàduōbùtián, [話多不甜], too much talk is a nuisance (idiom)
        suāntián, sour and sweet
        āsībātián, aspartame (loanword)
        cānmòtiánjiǔ, dessert wine

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