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        chīfàn, [吃飯], to have a meal/to eat/to make a living
        fàn, [飯], food/cuisine/cooked rice/meal/CL:碗[wǎn],頓|顿[dùn]
        wǎnfàn, [晚飯], evening meal/dinner/supper/CL:份[fèn],頓|顿[dùn],次[cì],餐[cān]
        wǔfàn, [午飯], lunch/CL:份[fèn],頓|顿[dùn],次[cì],餐[cān]
        fàndiàn, [飯店], restaurant/hotel/CL:家[jiā],個|个[gè]
        zuòfàn, [做飯], to prepare a meal/to cook
        zǎofàn, [早飯], breakfast/CL:份[fèn],頓|顿[dùn],次[cì],餐[cān]
        fànwǎn, [飯碗], rice bowl/fig. livelihood/job/way of making a living
        mǐfàn, [米飯], (cooked) rice
        fàncài, [飯菜], food
        kāifàn, [開飯], to serve a meal
        fàntǒng, [飯桶], rice bucket/fathead/good-for-nothing
        zhōngfàn, [中飯], lunch
        fànguǎn, [飯館], restaurant/CL:家[jiā]
        zhǔfàn, [煮飯], to cook
便         jiāchángbiànfàn, [家常便飯], simple home-style meal/common occurrence/nothing out of the ordinary
        fàntīng, [飯廳], dining room/dining hall/mess hall
        fànzhuō, [飯桌], dining table
        fànhé, [飯盒], lunchbox/mess tin
        shèngfàn, [剩飯], leftover food
        yàofàn, [要飯], to beg (for food or money)
        fànjú, [飯局], dinner party/banquet
        héfàn, [盒飯], box meal/packed lunch/take-away food
        chǎofàn, [炒飯], fried rice
        hùnfàn, [混飯], to work for a living
便         biànfàn, [便飯], an ordinary meal/simple home cooking
        bāofàn, [包飯], get or supply meals at a fixed rate/board
        cángēngshèngfàn, [殘羹剩飯], leftovers from a meal/fig. remnants handed down from others
        xīfàn, [稀飯], porridge/gruel
        gānfàn, [乾飯], cooked and dried rice
        tǎofàn, [討飯], to ask for food/to beg
        fàntáng, [飯堂], dining hall/canteen/cafeteria
        cháyúfànhòu, [茶餘飯後], leisure time (over a cup of tea, after a meal etc)
        báifàn, [白飯], plain cooked rice/rice with nothing to go with it
        chīxiánfàn, [吃閒飯], to live as a parasite/doing nothing to earn one's keep
        chǎolěngfàn, [炒冷飯], to stir-fry left-over rice/fig. to rehash the same story/to serve up the same ol...
        gàijiāofàn, [蓋澆飯], rice with meat and vegetables
        pàofàn, [泡飯], to soak cooked rice in soup or water/cooked rice reheated in boiling water
        kèfàn, [客飯], cafeteria meal specially prepared for a group of visitors/set meal
        diànfànbāo, [電飯煲], rice cooker
        fànshí, [飯食], food
        jiǔfàn, [酒飯], food and drink
        cūchádànfàn, [粗茶淡飯], plain tea and simple food/(fig.) bread and water
        diànfànguō, [電飯鍋], electric rice cooker
        pēnfàn, [噴飯], (coll.) to burst out laughing
        jiǔzúfànbǎo, [酒足飯飽], to have eaten and drunk to one's heart's content
        sāncháliùfàn, [三茶六飯], lit. to offer three kinds of tea and six different dishes/to be extremely consid...
        diūfànwǎn, [丟飯碗], to lose one's job
        wūfànguǒ, [烏飯果], blueberry
        chūfàn, [出飯], to swell on steaming (of hard rice grain)
        chīláofàn, [吃牢飯], to do prison time (Tw)
        chīruǎnfàn, [吃軟飯], to live off a woman
        chībǎolefànchēngde, [吃飽了飯撐的], having nothing better to do/see 吃飽撐著|吃饱撑着
        dàguōfàn, [大鍋飯], lit. big rice pan/communal feeding/fig. egalitarianism (equal treatment for ever...
        jiāshēngfàn, [夾生飯], half cooked rice/(fig.) half-finished job that is difficult to complete because ...
        hǎofànbùpàwǎn, [好飯不怕晚], The meal is remembered long after the wait is forgotten/The good things in life ...
        xiǎofànguǎn, [小飯館], tearoom/canteen/cafeteria
        niányèfàn, [年夜飯], New Year's Eve family dinner
        yìkǔfàn, [憶苦飯], unsavory meal taken in remembrance of past hardships/fig. poor-tasting meal
        zhǎofànwǎn, [找飯碗], to look for a job
        zhuāfàn, [抓飯], pilau/pilaf/a type of food popular among Muslims
        tuánfàn, [摶飯], to roll rice balls
        bànfàn, [拌飯], bibimbap
        sànhuǒfàn, [散伙飯], farewell dinner party
        zhāifàn, [齋飯], food given to Buddhist monks as alms
        shīzhōushěfàn, [施粥捨飯], to provide alms and rice (idiom)
        cáncháshèngfàn, [殘茶剩飯], spoilt tea, leftover food (idiom); remains after a meal/crumbs from the feast
        huìfàn, [燴飯], rice in gravy, typically with meat and vegetables
        júfàn, [焗飯], rice au gratin
        shēngmǐzuòchéngshúfàn, [生米做成熟飯], lit. the raw rice is now cooked (idiom); fig. it is done and can't be changed/It...
        shēngmǐzhǔchéngshúfàn, [生米煮成熟飯], the rice is cooked/what's done is done/it's too late to change anything now (idi...
        shēngmǐshúfàn, [生米熟飯], abbr. for 生米煮成熟飯|生米煮成熟饭, lit. the raw rice is now cooked (idiom); fig. it is don...
        yòngfàn, [用飯], to eat/to have a meal
        liúfàn, [留飯], to stay for a meal/food kept for sb
        gàifàn, [蓋飯], rice with meat and vegetables
        kāncàichīfàn, [看菜吃飯], to eat depending on the dish (idiom); fig. to act according to actual circumstan...
        kāncàichīfàn,liángtǐcáiyī, [看菜吃飯,量體裁衣], eat depending on the dish, cut cloth according to the body (idiom); to fit the a...
        duānfàn, [端飯], to serve (food)
        cūfàn, [粗飯], an unappealing and unsatisfying meal
        zǐcàibāofàn, [紫菜包飯], gimbap (Korean rice roll similar in appearance to sushi)/kimbap
        cháyúfànbǎo, [茶餘飯飽], see 茶餘飯後|茶余饭后[chá yú fàn hòu]
        cháfànbùsī, [茶飯不思], no thought for tea or rice (idiom); melancholic and suffering/to have no appetit...
        cháfànwúxīn, [茶飯無心], no heart for tea or rice (idiom); melancholic and suffering/to have no appetite
        dànbāofàn, [蛋包飯], rice omelet
        jiǔnángfàndài, [酒囊飯袋], wine sack, food bag (idiom); useless person, only fit for guzzling and boozing
        jīnfànwǎn, [金飯碗], secure and lucrative job
        tiěfànwǎn, [鐵飯碗], secure employment (lit. iron rice bowl)
        Chángchéngfàndiàn, [長城飯店], Great Wall Hotel (Beijing Sheraton 喜來登|喜来登)
        chángqīfànpiào, [長期飯票], (fig.) guarantee of financial support for the rest of one's life
        fànhòufúyòng, [飯後服用], post cibum (pharmaceutics)/to take (medicine) after a meal
        fàntuán, [飯糰], onigiri (Japanese rice-ball snack)
        fànzhuāng, [飯莊], big restaurant
        fàntuō, [飯托], person hired to lure customers to high-priced restaurants
        fàntì, [飯替], body double (in eating scenes)
        fànpén, [飯盆], tuck box/dog dish
        fànlèi, [飯類], rice dishes (on menu)
        fànqiǔrúcǎo, [飯糗茹草], lit. to live on dry provisions and wild herbs (idiom)/fig. to live in abject pov...
        fànsòng, [飯餸], dishes (of food) (Cantonese)
        fànguǎnr, [飯館兒], erhua variant of 飯館|饭馆[fàn guǎn]
        jīdànchǎofàn, [雞蛋炒飯], egg fried rice

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