to unload; to unhitch; to remove or strip; to get rid of

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拆卸 拆卸 chai1 xie4
to unload; to dismantle

倒戈卸甲 倒戈卸甲 dao3 ge1 xie4 jia3
to lay down arms

交卸 交卸 jiao1 xie4
to hand over to a successor; to relinquish one's office

倾卸 傾卸 qing1 xie4
to tip; to dump by tipping from a vehicle

推卸 推卸 tui1 xie4
to avoid (esp. responsibility); to shift (the blame); to pass the buck

脱卸 脫卸 tuo1 xie4
to evade responsibility; to shirk

卸货 卸貨 xie4 huo4
to unload; to discharge cargo

卸肩儿 卸肩兒 xie4 jian1 er5
lit. a weight off one's shoulders; fig. to resign a post; to lay down a burden; to be relieved of a job

卸磨杀驴 卸磨殺驢 xie4 mo4 sha1 lv2
lit. to kill the donkey when the grinding is done (idiom); to get rid of sb once he has ceased to be useful

卸任 卸任 xie4 ren4
to leave office

卸套 卸套 xie4 tao4
to loosen a yoke; to remove harness (from beast of burden)

卸头 卸頭 xie4 tou2
(of a woman) to take off one's head ornaments and jewels

卸下 卸下 xie4 xia4
to unload

卸载 卸載 xie4 zai4
to disembark; to off-load cargo; to uninstall (software)

卸职 卸職 xie4 zhi2
to resign from office; to dismiss from office

卸装 卸裝 xie4 zhuang1
(of an actor) to remove makeup and costume; (computing) to uninstall; to unmount

卸妆 卸妝 xie4 zhuang1
to remove makeup; (old) to take off formal dress and ornaments

装卸 裝卸 zhuang1 xie4
to load or unload; to transfer; to assemble and disassemble

装卸工 裝卸工 zhuang1 xie4 gong1
docker; longshoreman

自卸车 自卸車 zi4 xie4 che1
dump truck