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bullying
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Noisily domineering; tending to browbeat others.
(名) As a noun
  1. The act of intimidating a weaker person to make them do something.
Hyphenationbul•ly•ing
Part of Speech(名) noun, (动) verb
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mánbarbarian; bullying; very; quite; rough; reckless
地痞dìpǐbully; local ruffian
欺压qīyāto bully; to push around
to bully; wheel-rut
霸凌bàlíngbullying (loanword)
欺侮qīwǔto bully
欺负qīfuto bully
侮慢wǔmànto humiliate; to bully
强梁qiángliángruffian; bully
强横qiánghèngsurly and unreasoning; bullying; tyrannical
恃强欺弱shì qiáng qī ruòto use one's strength to mistreat people (idiom); to bully
挤对jǐduì(coll.) to mock; to bully; to force (a concession out of somebody)
放刁fàngdiāoto act wickedly; to bully; to make life difficult for somebody by unreasonable actions
残虐cánnüèmistreatment; bullying; tyrannical cruelty
违强凌弱wéi qiáng líng ruòto avoid the strong and attack the weak (idiom); to bully; also written 违强陵弱
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