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        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
        yījíshìguān, [一級士官], corporal (army)
        sānguāndàdì, the three gods in charge of heaven, earth and water (Daoism)
        sānjíshìguān, [三級士官], staff sergeant
        diūguān, [丟官], (of an official) to lose one's job
        jiǔguānniǎo, [九官鳥], hill myna/Indian grackle/Gracula religiosa
        mǎiguān, [買官], to buy a title/to use wealth to acquire office
        èrjíshìguān, [二級士官], sergeant
        wǔguānduānzhèng, to have regular features
        wǔjíshìguān, [五級士官], master sergeant
        réntǐqìguān, [人體器官], human organ
使         shǐlǐngguānyuán, [使領官員], ambassador and consul/diplomat
        shìwèiguān, [侍衛官], guard
        zuòguān, to take an official post/to become a government employee
        gōngānguānyuán, [公安官員], public safety officials
        liùjíshìguān, [六級士官], sergeant major
        rǒngguān, redundant officials
        chūguān, to leave the capital for an official post
        jiāguān, promotion/to take additional post
        jiāguānjìnjué, [加官晉爵], to confer a title an official position
        jiāguānjìnjí, [加官晉級], new post and promotion
        jiāguānjìnwèi, [加官進位], promotion in official post and salary raise (idiom)
        jiāguānjìnjué, [加官進爵], promotion to the nobility (idiom)
        jiāguānjìnlù, [加官進祿], promotion in official post and salary raise (idiom)
        jiāfēngguānjiē, [加封官階], to confer additional titles on a nobleman
        yīguān, [醫官], official in charge of medical affairs/respectful title for a doctor
        shēngguānfācái, [升官發財], to be promoted and gain wealth (idiom)
        bànguānfāng, semi-official
        wèishēngguānyuán, [衛生官員], health official
        fāshēngqìguān, [發聲器官], vocal organs/vocal cords
        fāyīnqìguān, [發音器官], vocal organs/vocal cords
        sīfǎguān, law officer
        WúGuānzhèng, [吳官正], Wu Guanzheng
        qìguānjuānxiànzhě, [器官捐獻者], organ donor
        qìguānyízhí, organ transplant
        sìjíshìguān, [四級士官], sergeant first class
        guówùzhǎngguān, [國務長官], secretary of state (esp. historical, or Japanese or Korean usage)
        dìfāngguānzhíwèi, [地方官職位], prefecture
        jiānguān, a treacherous official/a mandarin who conspires against the state
        jiānguānwūlì, traitor minister and corrupt official (idiom); abuse and corruption
        guānèrdài, children of officials/word created by analogy with 富二代[fù èr dài]
        guānjià, [官價], official price
        guānfèng, salaries of government officials
        guānliáoxíqì, [官僚習氣], (derog.) bureaucracy/red tape
        guānjūn, [官軍], official army government army
        guānzhì, the civil service system/the bureaucratic system
        Guāntīngshuǐkù, [官廳水庫], Guanting or Kuan-ting reservoir in Hebei, one of the main water reservoirs servi...
        guānmíng, name of job in Imperial bureaucracy/official position
        GuānchǎngXiànxíngJì, [官場現形記], Observations on the Current State of Officialdom, late Qing novel of denunciatio...
        guānfùyuánzhí, [官復原職], restored to one's official post/to send sb back to his former post
        guānxué, [官學], school or academic institution (old)
        guānguānxiānghù, [官官相護], officials shield one another (idiom); a cover-up
        guānkè, male guest at party
        guānhuànrénjiā, family of a functionary (i.e. educated middle class in Qing times)
        guānjiā, emperor/government/official
        guānfángzhǎngguān, [官房長官], chief cabinet secretary (Japan)
        guānbàosīchóu, [官報私仇], to take advantage of official post for personal revenge (idiom)
        guānfāngyǔyán, [官方語言], official language
        guānyàng, [官樣], official manner
        guānguì, Chinese cinnamon (Cinnamomum cassia)/also written 肉桂[ròu guì]
        Guāndù, Guandu district of Kunming city 昆明市[Kūn míng shì], Yunnan
        Guāndùzhīzhàn, [官渡之戰], battle of Guandu of 199 that established Cao Cao's 曹操 domination over north Chin...
        Guāndùqū, [官渡區], Guandu district of Kunming city 昆明市[Kūn míng shì], Yunnan
        guānjué, official ranking/titles and honors
        Guāntián, Kuantien township in Tainan county 台南縣|台南县[Tái nán xiàn], Taiwan
        Guāntiánxiāng, [官田鄉], Kuantien township in Tainan county 台南縣|台南县[Tái nán xiàn], Taiwan
        guānsīhéyíng, [官私合營], public and private interests working together (idiom)
        guānchēng, [官稱], title/official appellation
        guānlǎoye, [官老爺], nickname for official
        guānnéngtuán, [官能團], functional group (chemistry)
        guānnéngjī, functional group (chemistry)
        guāncāng, [官艙], second class cabin (on ship)
        guānfèi, [官費], government funded/paid by state stipend
        guānyùnhēngtōng, [官運亨通], (of a political career) everything is going smoothly (idiom)
        guānbīmínfǎn, a government official drives the people to revolt (idiom); a minister provokes a...
        fēngguānxǔyuàn, [封官許願], to confer an official position with lavish promises/to buy support
        xiǎoguān, petty official/minor functionary
        jūguān, to secure a position/to take an official appointment
        qíngbàoguānyuán, [情報官員], intelligence official
        gǎnjuéqìguān, [感覺器官], sense organs/the five senses
        dǎguānhuà, [打官話], to talk officiously/to assume the air of a functionary/to talk in official jargo...
        zhíxíngzhǐhuīguān, [執行指揮官], executing commander
        chéngshěnfǎguān, [承審法官], trial judge
        jìshùguānliáo, [技術官僚], technocrat
        bàoguān, [報官], to report a case to the authorities (old)
        zhǎngxǐguān, [掌璽官], chancellor (rank in various European states)
        tuīguān, prefectural judge in Imperial China
        shōuguān, final part of a go game (see 官子[guān zǐ])/endgame
        zhèngfǔguānyuán, [政府官員], government employee
        wénwǔbǎiguān, civil and military officials
        qíguān, Manchurian official
        xīngguān, Chinese constellations
        Zǐguān, Ziguan or Tzukuan township in Kaohsiung county 高雄縣|高雄县[Gāo xióng xiàn], southwes...
        Zǐguānxiāng, [梓官鄉], Ziguan or Tzukuan township in Kaohsiung county 高雄縣|高雄县[Gāo xióng xiàn], southwes...
        jiǎnkòngguān, [檢控官], prosecutor/procurator
        cìguān, undersecretary/secondary official
        hǎiguānguānyuán, [海關官員], customs officer
        hǎijūnguān, [海軍官], naval officer
        HǎiRuìbàguān, [海瑞罷官], Hai Rui dismissed from office, 1960 historical play by historian Wu Han 吳晗|吴晗
        qīngguānnánduànjiāwùshì, [清官難斷家務事], even an honest and upright official will have difficulty resolving a family disp...
        yuánqìguān, source organ
        shēngzhíqìguān, reproductive organ
        kànguān, dear reader/dear listener
        shénjīngguānnéngzhèng, [神經官能症], neurosis
        shuìguān, [稅官], a taxman/a customs officer
        kōngxīndàlǎoguān, fake important personage/sham
        jīngshénguānnéngzhèng, neurosis
        xìbāoqìguān, [細胞器官], organelle
        zhīmaguān, low ranking official/petty bureaucrat
        xíngzhèngzhǎngguān, [行政長官], chief executive/magistrate
        cáipànguān, judge
        luǒguān, Communist Party official whose wife and children have left China to reside in a ...
        yánguān, imperial censor
        zāngguānwūlì, [贓官污吏], grasping officials, corrupt mandarins (idiom); abuse and corruption
        cíguān, [辭官], to resign a government post
        jùnzhìānguān, sheriff
        Tóngguānshān, [銅官山], Tongguanshan district of Tongling city 銅陵市|铜陵市[Tóng líng shì], Anhui
        Tóngguānshānqū, [銅官山區], Tongguanshan district of Tongling city 銅陵市|铜陵市[Tóng líng shì], Anhui
西         ĀbǐxīníyàGuānhuà, [阿比西尼亞官話], Amharic (language)
        shǒuxíxìnxīguān, chief information officer (CIO)
        shǒuxídàfǎguān, Chief Justice (of US Supreme Court)
        shǒuxízhíxíngguān, [首席執行官], chief executive officer (CEO)
        shǒuxíjìshùguān, [首席技術官], chief technology officer (CTO)
        shǒuxífǎguān, Chief Justice
        shǒuxícáiwùguān, [首席財務官], chief financial officer (CFO)
        shǒuxíyùnyíngguān, [首席運營官], chief operating officer (COO)
        yànshīguān, [驗屍官], coroner
        gāoguānhòulù, [高官厚祿], high post and generous salary (idiom); promotion to a high official position
        gāoguānxiǎnjué, [高官顯爵], high ranking
        gāojíjūnguān, [高級軍官], senior military officers/top brass

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