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        fàn, to violate/to offend/to assault/criminal/crime/to make a mistake/recurrence (of ...
        fànzuì, to commit a crime/crime/offense
        zuìfàn, criminal
        fànrén, convict/prisoner/criminal
        xiánfàn, criminal suspect
        màofàn, to offend
        xiányífàn, a suspect
        shārénfàn, [殺人犯], murderer/homicide
        yífàn, a suspect
        qiúfàn, prisoner/convict
        qīnfàn, to infringe on/to encroach on/to violate
        fànguī, [犯規], to break the rules/an illegality/a foul
        fànfǎ, to break the law
        táofàn, escaped criminal
        qiángjiānfàn, [強姦犯], rapist
        chùfàn, [觸犯], to offend
        zònghuǒfàn, [縱火犯], arsonist
        fànàn, to be discovered and brought to justice
        tōngjīfàn, [通緝犯], wanted criminal/fugitive (from the law)
        cóngfàn, [從犯], accessory to a crime/accomplice
        gòngfàn, accomplice
        yàofàn, major criminal
        zhànfàn, [戰犯], war criminal
        guànfàn, [慣犯], recidivist/habitual criminal
        zhèngzhìfàn, political prisoner
        shàoniánfàn, young criminal/juvenile delinquent
        fànzuìxué, [犯罪學], criminology
        chūfàn, first offender/first offense
        fànbìng, to fall ill
        rénfàn, criminal/culprit/suspect (old)
        zhǔfàn, culprits
        fànbuzháo, [犯不著], not worthwhile
        xiōngfàn, [兇犯], murderer
        nǚfàn, female offender in imperial China (old)
        fànnán, [犯難], to feel embarrassed/to feel akward
        zhòngfàn, serious criminal/felon
        fànshàng, to offend one's superiors
        yuèyùfàn, [越獄犯], escaped prisoner
        wéifàn, [違犯], to violate/to infringe
        fànchóu, to worry/to be anxious
        míngzhīgùfàn, deliberate violation (idiom); intentional crime
        xiànxíngfàn, [現行犯], criminal caught red-handed
        zhīfǎfànfǎ, to know the law and break it (idiom); consciously going against the rules
        tóngànfàn, accomplice
        jìnfàn, [進犯], to invade
        fàndezháo, [犯得著], worthwhile (often in rhetorical questions, implying not worthwhile)/also written...
        zuòjiānfànkē, [作姦犯科], to flout the law
        fànjiè, to go against the rules (of a religious order)/to break a ban (e.g. medical)
        láifàn, [來犯], to invade one's territory
        qiūháowúfàn, [秋毫無犯], lit. not harming a new feather (idiom); not commit the slightest offense against...
        xíngshìfàn, a criminal
        fànbushàng, see 犯不著|犯不着[fàn bu zháo]
        bùkěqīnfàn, inviolable/inviolability
        bùkěqīnfànquán, [不可侵犯權], inviolability
        hùbùqīnfàn, non-aggression
        jǐngshuǐbùfànhéshuǐ, everyone minds their own business
        qīngcháoláifàn, [傾巢來犯], to turn out in force ready to attack (idiom)
        ǒufàn, casual offender/casual offense
        zàifàn, to repeat a crime/persistent offender
        màofànzhě, offender
        chángfàn, to commit (an error) often/common (mistake)
        xìngqīnfàn, to violate sexually/to harass sexually/to molest
        liàntóngfàn, [戀童犯], pedophile
        bàolìfànzuì, violent crime
        héshuǐbùfànjǐngshuǐ, lit. river water does not interfere with well water (idiom); Do not interfere wi...
        liúcuànfàn, [流竄犯], criminal that commits crimes here and there and escapes thereafter
        fànshàngzuòluàn, [犯上作亂], to rebel against the emperor (idiom)
        fànshì, to break the law/to commit a crime
        fànshǎ, to be foolish/to play dumb/to gaze absentmindedly
        fànjìn, [犯勁], to become excited
        fàndeshàng, worthwhile (often in rhetorical questions, implying not worthwhile)
        fànyì, criminal intent
        fàndú, illegal drug/narcotic
        fànhún, [犯渾], confused/mixed up/muddled up/befuddled
        fànzuìtuánhuǒ, [犯罪團伙], a criminal gang
        fànzuìxiànchǎng, [犯罪現場], scene of the crime
        fànzuìzhě, criminal/perpetrator
        fànzuìxíngwéi, [犯罪行為], criminal activity
        fànzuìjítuán, [犯罪集團], crime syndicate
        fànpín, [犯貧], (dialect) to talk nonsense/garrulous
        fàncuò, [犯錯], to err
        jiǎjízhànfàn, [甲級戰犯], a grade A war criminal
        cuànfàn, [竄犯], to raid/an intrusion (of the enemy, or bandit groups)
        lěifàn, repeated offender/habitual criminal/recidivist
        xiécóngfàn, [脅從犯], induced accomplice/coerced accomplice/accomplice under duress
        liángxīnfàn, prisoner of conscience
        guòfàn, [過犯], previous sins
        liánxùfàn, [連續犯], successive offenses/serial crime

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