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        xiànbǐng, [餡餅], meat pie/pie/pasty
        xiàn, [餡], stuffing/forcemeat/filling
        lòuxiàn, [露餡], to leak/to expose (sb's secret)/to spill the beans/to let the cat out of the bag
        ròuxiàn, [肉餡], ground meat/mincemeat
        xiànrbǐng, [餡兒餅], erhua variant of 餡餅|馅饼[xiàn bǐng]
        xiànr, [餡兒], erhua variant of 餡|馅[xiàn]
        jiāxiàn, [夾餡], stuffed (of food)/with filling
        lèdiānlexiàn, [樂顛了餡], ecstatic/overjoyed
        tiānshàngbùhuìdiàoxiànbǐng, [天上不會掉餡餅], there is no such thing as a free lunch (idiom)
        tiānshàngdiàoxiànbǐng, [天上掉餡餅], a meat pie falls from the sky (idiom)/to have something fall into your lap
        guǒxiànbǐng, [果餡餅], tart
        sùxiàn, [素餡], vegetable filling
        yángròuxiàn, [羊肉餡], minced mutton
        píngguǒxiànbǐng, [蘋果餡餅], apple pie
        lòuxiànr, [露餡兒], erhua variant of 露餡|露馅[lòu xiàn]
        jùnxiàn, [餕餡], stuffing/force-meat/filling, e.g. in 包子[bǎo zi] or 餃子|饺子[jiǎo zi]

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