Unicode/Hanzi Search: U+5617 (嘗)

taste; experience, experiment
Strokes (without radical) 11 Total Strokes 14
Mandarin reading cháng Cantonese reading soeng4
Japanese on reading shou jou Japanese kun reading nameru kokoromiru katte
Korean reading sang Vietnamese reading
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CEDICT Entries:

   [ cháng ]    to taste, to try, to experience, already, ever, once
   [ cháng jìn xīn suān ]    to experience one's full share of sorrows (idiom)
   [ cháng fèn ]    to taste a patient's excrement (a form of medical examination, seen as an act of loyalty or filial piety), to suck up to sb, to kiss ass
   [ cháng shì ]    to try, to attempt, CL:次[ci4]
   [ cháng xiān ]    to taste (fresh food or a delicacy), to try sth new
⇒    [ cháng ]    (rhetorical question) when?, how?, it's not that...
⇒    [ beì cháng xīn ]    to have suffered all kinds of hardships (idiom)
⇒    [ pǐn cháng ]    to taste a small amount, to sample
⇒    [ mèng cháng jūn ]    Lord Menchang of Qi, Chancellor of Qi and of Wei during the Warring States Period (475-221 BC)
⇒    [ weì cháng ]    not ever, not necessarily
⇒    [ qiǎn cháng ]    dilettante, amateur, to dabble in, to flirt with (a topic)
⇒    [ qiǎn cháng zhě ]    dilettante, amateur, dabbler
⇒    [ qiǎn cháng zhé zhǐ ]    to dabble and stop (idiom); to dip into, to attempt half-heartedly, content with a smattering of knowledge
⇒    [ xīn cháng dǎn ]    lit. to sleep on brushwood and taste gall (like King Gou Jian of Yue 勾踐|勾践[Gou1 Jian4]), in order to recall one's humiliations) (idiom), fig. to maintain one's resolve for revenge
⇒    [ baǒ cháng ]    to enjoy fully, to experience to the full over a long period