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cùi deputy, vice-
cùi (non-classical of 淬) to temper iron, or steel for making swords, etc. (also used figuratively), to dip into water; to soak; to dye
cùi suffer, become emaciated, haggard
cùi nǎo to accumulate, to massage the cheeks
cùi crisp; fragile, frail; brittle
cùi gland
cùi color green; kingfisher
cùi pure; unadulterated; select
cùi deputy, vice-
cùi rocky peaks; lofty and dangerous
cùi to taste, to sip; to spit; the sound of sipping; to surprise
cùi suffer, become emaciated, haggard
cùi temper; dye; soak; change, alter
cùi rocky peaks; lofty and dangerous
cùi qìan sùi to think deeply, to think far ahead, profound and abstruse thinking, careful deliberations; to think and contemplate thoroughly
cùi qiāo xīa fine hair or fur on animals
cùi temper; burn
cùi to stay; to stop (at a certain stage); to desist, to detain, to prohibit; to end, to come to; to stop at, still; calm, later
cùi rùi to wear out; rubbed out; to die out; to wear away; frayed
cùi xùn millstone; grindstone, to rub; to grind; to polish; to wear, to sharpen ( a knife), to train; to harden; to temper
cùi feel tired, be weary, be worn out
cùi dense, thick, close-set; to collect together
cùi color green; kingfisher
cùi sùi pure; unadulterated; select
cùi zǔan (a variant) fat; rich, a stew of fish
cùi pancreas
cùi to hull heavily, to pound heavily
cùi (same as 椊) decayed wood
cùi jiǎo qían (non-classical form of 橇) a sledge for transportation over mud or snow
qiāo qiào cùi a sledge for transportation
cùi bore
cùi to worship; to offer sacrifices couple times, to thank
cùi be worn out, be haggard
cùi unhusked glutinous rice, to sow seeds

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