to drape over one's shoulders; to open; to unroll; to split open; to spread out

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猖披 猖披 chang1 pi1
dishevelled; wild; unrestrained

昌披 昌披 chang1 pi1
variant of 猖披

戴月披星 戴月披星 dai4 yue4 pi1 xing1
see 披星戴月

纷披 紛披 fen1 pi1
scattered; mixed and disorganized

披垂 披垂 pi1 chui2
(of clothes, hair etc) to hang down and cover; to flow down

披风 披風 pi1 feng1
cloak; cape

披肝沥胆 披肝瀝膽 pi1 gan1 li4 dan3
lit. to open one's liver and drip gall (idiom); wholehearted loyalty

披挂 披掛 pi1 gua4
to put on a suit of armor; to put on dress; to wear

披红 披紅 pi1 hong2
to drape sb in red silk as a sign of honor

披甲 披甲 pi1 jia3
to don armor

披肩 披肩 pi1 jian1
cape; shawl; (of long hair) to trail over one's shoulders

披巾 披巾 pi1 jin1

披荆斩棘 披荊斬棘 pi1 jing1 zhan3 ji2
lit. to cut one's way through thistles and thorns (idiom); fig. to overcome all obstacles on the way; to break through hardships; to blaze a new trail

披览 披覽 pi1 lan3
to pore over a book; to look and admire

披露 披露 pi1 lu4
to reveal; to publish; to make public; to announce

披麻带孝 披麻帶孝 pi1 ma2 dai4 xiao4
to wear mourning clothes; to be in mourning; also written 披麻戴孝

披麻戴孝 披麻戴孝 pi1 ma2 dai4 xiao4
to wear mourning clothes; to be in mourning; also written 披麻帶孝|披麻带孝

披靡 披靡 pi1 mi3
to be swept by the wind; to be blown about by the wind; to be routed (in battle etc)

披萨 披薩 pi1 sa4
pizza (loanword)

披索 披索 pi1 suo3
peso (currency in Latin America) (loanword); also written 比索

披头散发 披頭散髮 pi1 tou2 san4 fa4
with dishevelled hair (idiom); with one's hair down

披头士 披頭士 pi1 tou2 shi4
the Beatles (music band)

披头四乐团 披頭四樂團 pi1 tou2 si4 yue4 tuan2
the Beatles

披星带月 披星帶月 pi1 xing1 dai4 yue4
variant of 披星戴月

披星戴月 披星戴月 pi1 xing1 dai4 yue4
to travel or work through night and day; to toil away for long hours

披阅 披閱 pi1 yue4
to peruse; to browse

身披羽毛 身披羽毛 shen1 pi1 yu3 mao2

所向披靡 所向披靡 suo3 xiang4 pi1 mi3
to sweep everything before one; to be invincible (idiom)

昭披耶河 昭披耶河 zhao1 pi1 ye1 he2
Chao Phraya River, the main river of Thailand

昭披耶帕康 昭披耶帕康 zhao1 pi1 ye1 pa4 kang1
Chao Phya Phra Klang, 18th century Thai politician and writer