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dòng cave / hole / zero (unambiguous spoken form when spelling out numbers) / CL:
kǒng hole / CL: / classifier for cave dwellings
āo concave or convex / bumps and holes / uneven (surface) / rugged
kēng pit; depression; hollow / tunnel; hole in the ground / (archaic) to bury alive / to hoodwink; to cheat (sb)
xué cave / cavity / hole / acupuncture point / Taiwan pr. [xue4]
yǎn eye / small hole / crux (of a matter) / CL:, / classifier for big hollow things (wells, stoves, pots etc)
cave / hole
kǒng to punch a hole
zuān to drill / to bore / to get into / to make one's way into / to enter (a hole) / to thread one's way through / to study intensively / to dig into / to curry favor for personal gain
kǒng fāng xiōng (coll., humorous) money (so named because in former times, Chinese coins had a square hole in the middle)
qiào hole / opening / orifice (of the human body) / (fig.) key (to the solution of a problem)
cave / hole
lòu dòng leak / hole / gap / loophole
tóng qián copper coin (round with a square hole in the middle, used in former times in China)
kǒu zi hole / opening / cut / gap / gash / my husband or wife / classifier for people (used for indicating the number of people in a family etc) / precedent
to block up (a road, pipe etc) / to stop up (a hole) / (fig.) (of a person) choked up with anxiety or stress / wall (literary) / (classifier for walls)
穿 chuān kǒng to punch a hole; to perforate / (medicine) perforation
niè to fill up or cover up a hole
záo chisel / to bore a hole / to chisel or dig / (literary) (bound form) certain / authentic / irrefutable / also pr. [zuo4]
zuān kǒng to bore a hole / to drill / drilled hole

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