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shíkè diner (in a restaurant etc)
hanger-on
sponger

Character Composition

Character Compounds

Word Compounds


        shíwù, food/CL:種|种[zhǒng]
        shí/sì, to eat/food/animal feed/eclipse, to feed
        shípǐn, foodstuff/food/provisions/CL:種|种[zhǒng]
        yǐnshí, [飲食], food and drink/diet
        měishí, culinary delicacy/fine food/gourmet food
        língshí, between-meal nibbles/snacks
        jìnshí, [進食], to take a meal/to eat
        sùshí, vegetables/vegetarian food
        xīshí, to suck/to take in
        liángshi, [糧食], foodstuff/cereals/CL:種|种[zhǒng]
        jiéshí, [節食], to save food/to go on a diet
        shípǔ, [食譜], cookbook/recipe/diet/CL:份[fèn],個|个[gè]
        shítáng, dining hall/CL:個|个[gè],間|间[jiān]
        shíyán, lit. to eat one's words/to break a promise/to go back on one's word/to renege/un...
        shúshí, cooked food/prepared food/deli food
        shíwùzhòngdú, food poisoning
        shíyòng, food product/to use as food/edible
        shíyù, [食慾], appetite
        tiánshí, dessert/sweet
        shízhǐ, forefinger/mouths to feed
        huǒshí, food/meals
        zìshíqíguǒ, to eat one's own fruit (idiom); fig. suffering the consequences of one's own act...
        shíwùliàn, [食物鏈], food chain
        yànshízhèng, [厭食症], anorexia
        sùshízhě, vegetarian
        bǔshí, to prey on/to catch and feed on/to hunt for food
        ròushí, carnivorous
        shídào, esophagus/the proper way to eat/food transportation route
        juéshí, [絕食], to go on a hunger strike
        mìshí, [覓食], to forage/to hunt for food/to scavenge/fig. to make a living
        zìshíqílì, lit. to eat off one's own strength (idiom)/fig. to stand on one's own feet/to ea...
        yīshí, clothes and food
        tūnshí, to devour
        cánshí, [蠶食], to nibble away at (as silkworm consume leaves)/fig. to embezzle progressively
        
        jìnshí, fast (not eat)
        shànshí, meal
宿         shísù, board and lodging/room and board
        rìshí, solar eclipse
        ruòròuqiángshí, [弱肉強食], lit. the weak are prey to the strong (idiom); fig. predatory behavior/the law of...
        měishíjiā, gourmet
        shíkè, diner (in a restaurant etc)/hanger-on/sponger
        yuèshí, lunar eclipse/eclipse of the moon
        qǐnshínánān, [寢食難安], lit. cannot rest or eat in peace (idiom)/fig. extremely worried and troubled
        shíguǎn, esophagus
        
        huǒshífèi, [伙食費], food expenses/board expenses/meals (cost)
        
        tiāoshí, to be picky about food
        yīshífùmǔ, the people one depends upon for one's livelihood/one's bread and butter
        shícǎodòngwù, [食草動物], herbivore
        fēngyīzúshí, [豐衣足食], having ample food and clothing (idiom); well fed and clothed
        miànshí, [麵食], food made from wheat flour, such as noodles, dumplings, buns etc
        shíliáng, [食糧], food cereals
        yànshí, [厭食], anorexia
        
        fèiqǐnwàngshí, [廢寢忘食], to neglect sleep and forget about food (idiom)/to skip one's sleep and meals/to ...
        shíliàng, quantity of food
        yīshízhùxíng, clothing, food, housing and transport (idiom); people's basic needs
        xiāoshí, digestion
        shíyǐshòu, [食蟻獸], ant-eater (several different species)
        shíyán, [食鹽], edible salt
        
        zhǔshí, main food/staple (rice and noodles)
        fùshípǐn, non-staple foods
        
        
        
        
        shèshí, [攝食], to consume
        shíbùguǒfù, lit. food not filling the stomach (idiom)/fig. poverty-stricken
        
        shígǔbùhuà, to swallow ancient learning without digesting it (idiom)/to be pedantic without ...
        
        
        
        
        
        qǐshí, to beg for food
        
        sùshídiàn, fast food shop
        
        
        mínyǐshíwéitiān, [民以食為天], Food is the God of the people. (idiom); People view food as the primary need./Fo...
        
        shíyánérféi, lit. to grow fat eating one's words (idiom)/fig. not to live up to one's promise...
        shíliáo, [食療], food therapy/treatment via food (TCM)
        
        jiéyīsuōshí, [節衣縮食], to save on food and clothing (idiom); to live frugally
        
        shíhuǒjī, [食火雞], cassowary (genus Casuarius), large flightless bird native to northeastern Austra...
        rìquánshí, total eclipse of the sun
        quēyīshǎoshí, short of food and clothing/destitute
        yīnyēfèishí, [因噎廢食], lit. not eating for fear of choking (idiom); fig. to cut off one's nose to spite...
        fànshí, [飯食], food
        
        záshí, [雜食], omnivorous (zoolog.)/snacks/a varied diet
        
        
        
        
        yuèquánshí, total lunar eclipse
        
        yuèpiānshí, partial eclipse of the moon
        fùshí, non-staple food/CL:種|种[zhǒng]
        
        
        
        shícáo, manger
        
        piānshí, partial to (some kinds of food, usu. unhealthy)/having likes and dislikes/partia...
        

        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

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