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kèguān (polite appellation for a guest at a hotel etc)

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        kèqi, [客氣], polite/courteous/formal/modest
        kèhù, [客戶], client/customer
        kèrén, visitor/guest/customer/client/CL:位[wèi]
        kè, customer/visitor/guest
        gùkè, [顧客], client/customer/CL:位[wèi]
        chéngkè, passenger
        kètīng, [客廳], drawing room (room for arriving guests)/living room/CL:間|间[jiān]
        kèfáng, guest room
        bókè, blog (loanword)/weblog/blogger
        qǐngkè, [請客], to give a dinner party/to entertain guests/to invite to dinner
        yóukè, [遊客], traveler/tourist
        zhèngkè, politician
        kèguān, [客觀], objective/impartial
        hēikè, hacker (computing) (loanword)
        fángkè, tenant
        lǚkè, traveler/tourist
        cìkè, assassin/murderer
        chángkè, frequent visitor/fig. sth that crops up frequently
        bīnkè, [賓客], guests/visitors
        kèchuàn, amateur player in theater/guest performer (in a show)/guest appearance (in film ...
        shuìkè, [說客], (old) itinerant political adviser/(fig.) lobbyist/go-between/mouthpiece/also pr....
        bùsùzhīkè, uninvited or unexpected guest
        kèjī, [客機], passenger plane
        hàokè, hospitality/to treat guests well/to enjoy having guests/hospitable/friendly
        zuòkè, to be a guest or visitor
        
        piáokè, patron of a brothel
        
        qiánkè, broker/agent
        guòkè, [過客], passing traveler/transient guest/sojourner
        
        kèzhàn, [客棧], tavern/guest house/inn/hotel
        jiànkè, [劍客], fencer (i.e. sportsman involved in fencing)
        
        kètàohuà, [客套話], conventional greeting/polite formula
        guānguāngkè, [觀光客], tourist
        láikè, [來客], guest
        kèchē, [客車], coach/bus/passenger train
        kèchǎng, [客場], away-game arena/away-game venue
        kètào, polite greeting/courtesy (in words)
        xīkè, infrequent visitor
        huìkèshì, [會客室], parlor
        zuòkè, to live somewhere as a visitor/to stay with sb as a guest/to sojourn
        shíkè, diner (in a restaurant etc)/hanger-on/sponger
        
        
        dǔkè, [賭客], gambler
        huìkè, [會客], to receive a visitor
        xiákè, [俠客], chivalrous person/knight-errant
        kèguānxìng, [客觀性], objectivity
        lākè, to solicit (guests, clients, passengers etc)/to importune
        zàikè, [載客], to take passengers on board
        
        huítóukè, [回頭客], repeat customer
        
        shúkè, frequent visitor
        zhúkèlìng, the First Emperor's order to expel the foreigners/an order to expel guests/fig. ...
        kèzuòjiàoshòu, visiting professor/guest professor
        kèyùn, [客運], passenger traffic
        
        kèguān, (polite appellation for a guest at a hotel etc)
        kèqihuà, [客氣話], words of politeness/politesse/decorous talking/talk with propriety
        kèchuán, passenger ship
        kèduì, [客隊], visiting team (sports)
        biāokè, [鏢客], armed escort (of travelers or merchants' caravans)
        
        
        kècāng, [客艙], passenger cabin
        
        háobùkèqi, [毫不客氣], no trace of politeness/unrestrained (criticism)
        
        
        
        kèlún, [客輪], passenger ship
        
        
        
        
        
        
        kèfàn, [客飯], cafeteria meal specially prepared for a group of visitors/set meal
        
        
        
        
        
        
        sāokè, [騷客], (literary) poet/literati
        
        
        
        
        
        
        xiāngkè, Buddhist pilgrim/Buddhist worshipper
        
        
        
        dàkèchē, [大客車], coach

        zhǎngguān, [長官], senior official/senior officer/commanding officer/CL:位[wèi]/sir (term of address...
        fǎguān, judge
        jǐngguān, constable/police officer
        Guān/guān, surname Guan, official/government/organ of body/CL:個|个[gè]
        jiǎncháguān, [檢察官], the prosecution (in a court case)
        zhǐhuīguān, [指揮官], commander
        qìguān, organ (part of body tissue)/apparatus
        guānsi, lawsuit/CL:場|场[cháng]
        guānyuán, [官員], official (in an organization or government)/administrator
        guānfāng, government/official (relating to a government office)
        jūnguān, [軍官], officer (military)
        shìguān, warrant officer/petty officer/noncommissioned officer (NCO)/Japanese military of...
        
        dǎguānsi, to file a lawsuit/to sue/to dispute
        
        zhízhèngguān, [執政官], consulate
        jiàoguān, military instructor
        sīlìngguān, commander/officer in charge
        guānliáo, bureaucrat/bureaucracy/bureaucratic
        gǎnguān, sense/sense organ
        
        wàijiāoguān, diplomat
        dàfǎguān, grand justice/high court justice/supreme court justice
        gāoguān, high official
        shēngguān, to get promoted
        guāndǐ, official residence
        fēiguānfāng, unofficial
        guānliáozhǔyì, [官僚主義], bureaucracy
        
        
        xìngqìguān, sexual organ
        guānbīng, officers and men
        wǔguān, five sense organs of TCM (nose, eyes, lips, tongue, ears 鼻目口舌耳)/facial features
        dìfāngguān, local official
        guānjiē, [官階], official rank
        pànguān, magistrate (during Tang and Song dynasties)/mythological underworld judge
        
        guānxián, [官銜], title/official rank
        
        guānnéng, function/capability/sense (i.e. the five senses of sight 視|视, hearing 聽|听, smell...
        
        
        chīguānsī, to face legal action/to get sued
        dǎguānqiāng, to talk officiously/to assume the air of a functionary/to talk in official jargo...
        
        kèguān, (polite appellation for a guest at a hotel etc)
        tānguān, [貪官], corrupt official/grasping functionary/greedy mandarin
        guānlì, bureaucrat/official
        dáguānguìrén, [達官貴人], high official and noble persons (idiom); the great and the good
        
        
        
        qīngguān, honest and upright official (traditional)
        xīnguānshàngrènsānbǎhuǒ, the new boss cracks the whip three times/a new broom sweeps clean/fig. vigorous ...
        dáguān, [達官], high ranking official
        
        
        guānfēi, lawsuit (from Cantonese)
        guānhuà, [官話], "officialese"/bureaucratic language/Mandarin
        
        guānzhí, [官職], an official position/a job in the bureaucracy
        
        guānchǎng, [官場], officialdom/bureaucracy
        guānchāi, official business/government workmen/odd-job men
        guānfǔ, authorities/feudal official
        guānhuàn, functionary/official
        guānjiàzi, putting on official airs
        huànguān, eunuch/functionary
        
        tānguānwūlì, [貪官污吏], grasping officials, corrupt mandarins (idiom); abuse and corruption
        
        wǔguān, military official/military attaché
        kǎoguān, an examiner/an official conducting an exam
        xiàoguān, military officer/ranked officer in Chinese army, divided into 大校, 上校, 中校, 少校
        jiàngguān, [將官], general
        
        
        
        
        guānzǐ, endgame (in go)
        
        
        guāndǎo, speculation by officials/profiteering by government employees/bureaucratic turpi...
        
        
        guānbàn, [官辦], government run/state enterprise
        
        guānyìn, official seal
        
        
        guānwèi, official post
        
        guānshǔ, official institution/state bureau
        bàguān, [罷官], dismiss from office
        
        shǐguān, scribe/court recorder/historian/historiographer
        Shàngguān/shàngguān, two-character surname Shangguan, high-ranking official/superior
        
        
        

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