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        zāogāo, too bad/how terrible/what bad luck/terrible/bad
        dàngāo, cake/CL:塊|块[kuài],個|个[gè]
        gāo, [餻], cake, variant of 糕[gāo]
        gāodiǎn, [糕點], cakes/pastries
        xuěgāo, frozen treat
        gāobǐng, [糕餅], cakes/pastries
        niángāo, nian gao, New Year cake, typically a sweet, steamed cake made with glutinous ric...
        bīnggāo, ice-cream/popsicle/ice-lolly/sorbet
        zhágāo, fried glutinous rice dough cake
        rǔlàodàngāo, cheesecake
        yúnpiàngāo, [雲片糕], a kind of cake
        qiēgāo, traditional Xinjiang sweet walnut cake
寿         shòugāo, [壽糕], birthday cake
        xiǎosōnggāo, [小鬆糕], muffin
        niánlúndàngāo, [年輪蛋糕], baumkuchen (cake)
        págāo, buckwheat pudding (snack of buckwheat noodles with sauce)
        sōnggāo, [鬆糕], sponge cake
        sōnggāoxié, [鬆糕鞋], platform shoes
        zhěntoudàngāo, [枕頭蛋糕], loaf cake
        guǒyàngāodiǎn, [果焰糕點], fruit tart
        yùmǐgāo, corn cake/polenta (corn mush)
        bàngdàngāo, pound cake
        tǒngzǐmǐgāo, rice tube pudding, a single-serve column of glutinous rice topped with a sauce a...
        nuòmǐgāo, glutinous rice cake/CL:塊|块[kuài]
        zhīshìdàngāo, cheesecake
        luóbogāo, [蘿蔔糕], fried radish cake (a type of dim sum, commonly called "turnip cake")
        Sàhèdàngāo, [薩赫蛋糕], Sachertorte, Viennese chocolate cake
        zhēnggāo, steamed cake
        dàngāoqún, lit. cake skirt/tiered skirt
        fēnggāo, sponge cake (light steamed flour or rice cake)
        qǐsīdàngāo, cheesecake
        qǐshìdàngāo, cheesecake
        zàoxíngdàngāo, custom-designed cake (e.g. cake shaped like a guitar, camera or cartoon characte...
        zhòngyóudàngāo, pound cake
        mǎlāgāo, [馬拉糕], Cantonese sponge cake also known as mara cake
        HēiSēnlíndàngāo, Black Forest cake

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