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        suì, to break down/to break into pieces/fragmentary
        suìpiàn, chip/fragment/splinter/tatter
        dǎsuì, to shatter/to smash/to break into pieces
        xīnsuì, heartbroken/extreme depth of sorrow
        pòsuì, to smash to pieces/to shatter
        fěnsuì, to crush/to smash/to shatter
        zásuì, [雜碎], offal/mixed entrails/trivial matters
        sīsuì, to tear to shreds
        fěnsuìjī, [粉碎機], pulverizer/grinder
        zhīlípòsuì, [支離破碎], scattered and smashed (idiom)
        niǎnsuì, to pulverize/to crush
        zásuì, to pulverize/to smash to bits
        suǒsuì, [瑣碎], trifling/trivial/tedious/inconsequential
        suìshí, crushed or broken rock, stone etc
        fěnshēnsuìgǔ, lit. torn body and crushed bones (idiom)/fig. to die horribly/to sacrifice one's...
        yìsuì, brittle/fragile
        língsuì, scattered and fragmentary/scraps/odds and ends
        suìliè, to disintegrate/to shatter into small pieces
        dǎosuì, [搗碎], to pound into pieces/to mash
        xiányánsuìyǔ, [閑言碎語], idle gossip/irrelevant nonsense/slanderous rumor
        suìkuài, [碎塊], fragment
        suìbù, small quick steps
        suìmò, flecks/particles/bits/fine powder
        xìsuì, [細碎], fragments/bits and pieces
        língqiāosuìdǎ, to do things in bits and pieces (idiom); piecemeal work
        qīlíngbāsuì, bits and pieces/scattered fragments
        bùsuìbōli, shatterproof or safety glass
        jīsuì, [擊碎], to smash to pieces
        qiēsuì, to chop
        duòsuì, to mince
        yābusuì, [壓不碎], crushproof/unbreakable/indomitable
        yāsuì, [壓碎], to crush
        nìngwéiyùsuì,bùwéiwǎquán, [寧為玉碎,不為瓦全], Better broken jade than intact tile./Death is preferable to dishonor. (idiom)
        nòngsuì, to crumble
        bāikāiróusuì, [掰開揉碎], lit. to pull apart and knead to a pulp/fig. to analyze minutely from every angle...
        róusuì, to crush/to crumble into pieces
        fàngshèxìngsuìpiàn, radioactive debris
        sǎnsuì, in fragments
        huǒshānsuìxièliú, pyroclastic flow
        huǒchéngsuìxiè, pyroclastic
        zhàsuì, to destroy in an explosion/to break (by bombing)
        gǒuzásuì, [狗雜碎], piece of shit/scumbag
        suìcuī, lackey
        suìbīngchuán, ice breaker/same as 冰船[bīng chuán]
        suìkuàir, [碎塊兒], erhua variant of 碎塊|碎块[suì kuài]
        suìshī, [碎屍], dismembered body
        suìxiè, fragments/particles
        suìxièyán, clastic rock (geology)
        suìxièchénjīwù, [碎屑沉積物], clastic sediment
        suìbùtiáo, [碎布條], shred
        suìxíng, fractal (math.)
        suìxīnlièdǎn, [碎心裂膽], in mortal fear (idiom)
        suìniàn, see 碎碎念[suì suì niàn]
        suìdiào, to drop and smash/broken
        suìpiànzhěnglǐ, defragmentation (computing)
        suìsuìniàn, to sound like a broken record/to prattle/to nag/to mutter
        suìzhǐjī, [碎紙機], paper shredder
        suìròu, ground meat/mincemeat
        suìzuàn, [碎鑽], small diamonds/melee (small diamonds used in embellishing mountings for larger g...
        suìyīnbó, [碎音鈸], crash cymbal (drum kit component)
        mòsuì, to grind up
        xìbāopòsuì, [細胞破碎], (biotechnology) cell disruption
        lièbiànsuìpiàn, [裂變碎片], fission fragment
        língdǎsuìqiāo, to do things in bits and pieces (idiom); piecemeal work
        jīlínggǒusuì, [雞零狗碎], in pieces

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