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        zāo, dregs/draff/pickled in wine/rotten/messy/ruined
        zāogāo, too bad/how terrible/what bad luck/terrible/bad
        yītuánzāo, [一團糟], chaos/bungle/complete mess/shambles
        luànqībāzāo, [亂七八糟], everything in disorder (idiom); in a hideous mess/at sixes and sevens
        zāotà, to waste/to defile/to abuse/to insult/to defile/to trample on/to wreck/also pr. ...
        luànzāozāo, [亂糟糟], chaotic/topsy turvy/a complete mess
        wūqībāzāo, [烏七八糟], everything in disorder (idiom)/in a hideous mess/obscene/dirty/filthy
        zāopò, dross/dregs/rubbish/fig. useless residue
        zāotà, variant of 糟蹋[zāo tà]
        zāoxīn, vexed/annoyed/upset
        jiǔzāo, distiller's grain/wine lees
        wūqībāzāo, variant of 烏七八糟|乌七八糟[wū qī bā zāo]
        yītuánluànzāo, [一團亂糟], a chaotic mess
        qùqízāopò, to remove the dross/to discard the dregs
        qǔqíjīnghuá,qùqízāopò, [取其精華,去其糟粕], take the cream, discard the dross (political and educational slogan)/keep what i...
        nòngzāo, to spoil/to mess up
        wūzāo, filthy/unhygienic/squalid/gross
        zāole, gosh!/oh no!/darn!
        zāoliūhuángyú, [糟溜黃魚], stir-fried yellow fish filet
        zāoliūhuángyúpiàn, [糟溜黃魚片], stir-fried yellow fish filet
        zāokāng, chaff, husks, distillers' dregs etc (food eaten by the poor)/(fig.) rubbish/junk...
        zāokāngqī, wife who goes through the hardships of poverty with her husband
        zāojian, [糟踐], to waste/to spoil/to destroy/to insult grievously
        zāotòu, in a bad state/horrible/dreadful/entirely regrettable
        jiǔzāobí, rosacea (dermatological condition of the face and nose)/brandy nose
        láozāo, sweet fermented rice/glutinous rice wine

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