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to pestle, beat, smash; pound with a pestle; to disturb, harass
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traditional Chinese text:

simplified Chinese text:

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simplified Chinese symbol: to pestle, beat, smash; pound with a pestle; to disturb, harass
(simplified Chinese symbol)

The meanings in Chinese:

to pestle, beat, smash

pound with a pestle

to disturb, harass

(classic literary symbol)

related keywords:
pestle
beat
smash
pound

disturb
harass

pronunciation: dǎo dao~3

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