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        xíjī, [襲擊], attack (esp. surprise attack)/raid/to attack
        xí, [襲], to attack/to inherit/classifier for suits (esp. of funeral robes)
        tūxí, [突襲], surprise attack
        tōuxí, [偷襲], to mount a sneak attack/to raid
        kōngxí, [空襲], air raid/attack from the air
        qīnxí, [侵襲], to invade/to assail/onslaught
        chāoxí, [抄襲], to plagiarize/to copy/to attack the flank or rear of an enemy
        qíxí, [奇襲], surprise attack/raid
        shìxí, [世襲], succession/inheritance/hereditary
        bēnxí, [奔襲], long-range raid
        yèxí, [夜襲], night attack
沿         yánxí, [沿襲], to carry on as before/to follow (an old custom etc)
        chéngxí, [承襲], to inherit/to follow/to adopt
        shìxízhīzhēng, [世襲之爭], succession struggle/dispute over inheritance
        shìxíjūnzhǔguó, [世襲君主國], hereditary monarchy
        chāoxí, [剿襲], variant of 抄襲|抄袭[chāo xí]
        chuīxí, [吹襲], storm struck/to attack (of wind)
        yīnxí, [因襲], to follow old patterns/to imitate existing models/to continue along the same lin...
        jíxí, [急襲], sudden attack
        kǒngbùxíjī, [恐怖襲擊], terrorist attack
        kǒngxí, [恐襲], terrorist attack (abbr. for 恐怖襲擊|恐怖袭击[kǒng bù xí jī])
        láixí, [來襲], to invade/(of a storm etc) to strike/to hit
        xíjīzhě, [襲擊者], attacker
        tàxí, [踏襲], to follow blindly
        dǎochángxígù, [蹈常襲故], follow the same old path (idiom); stuck in a rut/always the same routine
        yūhuíbēnxí, [迂回奔襲], to attack from an unexpected direction
        jìnxí, [進襲], raid/to carry out a raid/to invade
        nìxí, [逆襲], counterattack
        yùxí, [遇襲], to suffer attack/to be ambushed

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