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        jiānbǎng, shoulder
        jiān, shoulder/to shoulder (responsibilities etc)
        bìngjiān, [並肩], alongside/shoulder to shoulder/side by side/abreast
        pījiān, cape/shawl/(of long hair) to trail over one's shoulders
        jiānfù, [肩負], to shoulder (a burden)/to bear/to suffer (a disadvantage)
        cājiānérguò, [擦肩而過], brief encounter/to brush past sb
        sǒngjiān, [聳肩], to shrug one's shoulders
        jiānjiǎgǔ, scapula/shoulder blade
        jiāntóu, [肩頭], on one's shoulders/(dialect) shoulder
        jiānzhāng, epaulet/shoulder loop/shoulder mark
        diànjiān, [墊肩], shoulder pad
        jiānjiǎ, shoulder/scapular region/scapula
        kǎnjiān, sleeveless jacket (usually cotton)/Chinese waistcoat
        xiéshǒubìngjiān, [攜手並肩], hand in hand and shoulder to shoulder
        gōujiāndābèi, arms around each other's shoulders (idiom)
        mójiānjiēzhǒng, lit. rubbing shoulders and following in each other's footsteps/a thronging crowd
        shuāngjiānbāo, [雙肩包], backpack
        wǔshíjiān, adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder)
        zījiān, to bear responsibility for sth
        níngjiān, frozen shoulder (medicine)
        dānjiānbāo, [單肩包], shoulder bag
        xièjiānr, [卸肩兒], lit. a weight off one's shoulders/fig. to resign a post/to lay down a burden/to ...
        kǎnjiānr, [坎肩兒], erhua variant of 坎肩[kǎn jiān]
        xījiān, (literary) to put down one's burden/to rest/to stay (at an inn etc)
        gǒngjiān, a spandrel (wall filling the shoulder between two neighboring arches)
        āijiānr, [挨肩兒], in rapid succession (of children, close in age)/shoulder-to-shoulder
        dājiān, to help lift up onto one's shoulders/to stand on sb's shoulder
        yǒujiānbǎng, responsible/reliable
        bǐjiān, to be shoulder to shoulder/to be on an equal level with/Taiwan pr. [bì jiān]
        liūjiānbǎng, sloping shoulders/irresponsible/work-shy
        báijiāndiāo, [白肩鵰], (bird species of China) eastern imperial eagle (Aquila heliaca)
        báijiānhēihuán, [白肩黑䴉], (bird species of China) white-shouldered ibis (Pseudibis davisoni)
        xiùfàchuíjiān, [秀髮垂肩], beautiful shoulder length hair (idiom)
        jiānzhōuyán, adhesive capsulitis (frozen shoulder)
        jiānshèdǎodàn, [肩射導彈], shoulder-fired missile
        jiāndài, [肩帶], shoulder strap/shoulder harness/shoulder belt/baldric/CL:條|条[tiáo]
        jiānbìngjiān, [肩並肩], shoulder to shoulder/abreast/side by side
        jiānkáng, to carry on the shoulder
        jiānbó, shoulder
        jiānqǐ, to bear/to shoulder (responsibilities etc)
        guòjiānshuǎi, [過肩摔], shoulder throw (judo)
        piánjiān, [駢肩], shoulder to shoulder
        qíjiān, [齊肩], level with one's shoulders/(of two people) both the same height

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