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        xīnzàng, [心臟], heart/CL:顆|颗[kē],個|个[gè]
        zàng/zāng, [臟]/[髒], viscera/(anatomy) organ, dirty/filthy
        xīnzàngbìng, [心臟病], heart disease
        āngzāng, [骯髒], dirty/filthy
        gānzàng, [肝臟], liver
        zānghuà, [髒話], profanity/obscene language/speaking rudely
        shènzàng, [腎臟], kidney
        nèizàng, [內臟], internal organs/viscera
        pízàng, [脾臟], spleen
        zāngluàn, [髒亂], dirty and disordered/in a mess
        wǔzàngliùfǔ, [五臟六腑], five viscera and six bowels (TCM)
        wǔzàng, [五臟], five viscera of TCM, namely: heart 心[xīn], liver 肝[gān], spleen 脾[pí], lungs 肺[f...
        zāngzì, [髒字], obscenity
        zàngqì, [臟器], internal organs
        zāngluànchà, [髒亂差], (coll.) squalid/squalor
        xiǎozāngguǐ, [小髒鬼], dirty little devil (affectionate, of child)
        kāikǒuchéngzāng, [開口成髒], (Internet slang) to use foul language (pun on 出口成章[chū kǒu chéng zhāng])
        nòngzāng, [弄髒], to make dirty/to defile/to smear
        xīnzàngdāqiáoshǒushù, [心臟搭橋手術], coronary bypass operation
        xīnzàngshōusuōyā, [心臟收縮壓], systolic blood pressure
        xīnzàngzáyīn, [心臟雜音], heart murmur
        xīnzàngjíhuàn, [心臟疾患], heart disease
        xīnzàngyízhí, [心臟移殖], heart transplant
        xīnzàngshūzhāngyā, [心臟舒張壓], diastolic blood pressure
        pōzāngshuǐ, [潑髒水], (lit.) to splash dirty water/(fig.) to throw mud at/to smear (sb)
        mǎnkǒuzānghuà, [滿口髒話], to pour out obscenities/filthy mouthed
        yízàng, [胰臟], pancreas
        yízàngyán, [胰臟炎], pancreatitis
        zāngxīxī, [髒兮兮], dirty/filthy
        zāngtǔ, [髒土], dirty soil/muck/trash
        zāngdàn, [髒彈], dirty bomb
        zāngshuǐ, [髒水], dirty water/sewage
        zāngwū, [髒污], to dirty/to sully/to stain
        zāngméi, [髒煤], dirty coal/muck (from a colliery)
        zāngbìng, [髒病], (coll.) venereal disease
        zāngzāng, [髒髒], dirty
        zāngzāngbāo, [髒髒包], pastry bun filled with chocolate and covered with cocoa powder
        zàngfǔ, [臟腑], inner organs
        zàngzào, [臟躁], hysteria
        zāngbiàn, [髒辮], dreadlocks
        máquèsuīxiǎo,wǔzàngjùquán, [麻雀雖小,五臟俱全], The sparrow may be small but all its vital organs are there (idiom)./small but c...

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