Unicode/Hanzi Search: U+5E6B (幫)

to help, assist; to defend; shoe upper
Strokes (without radical) 14 Total Strokes 17
Mandarin reading bāng Cantonese reading bong1
Japanese on reading hou Japanese kun reading tasukeru
Korean reading pang Vietnamese reading
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CEDICT Entries:

   [ bāng ]    to help, to assist, to support, for sb (i.e. as a help), hired (as worker), side (of pail, boat etc), outer layer, upper (of a shoe), group, gang, clique, party, secret society
   [ bāng daò máng ]    to be more of a hindrance than a help
   [ bāng yōng ]    servant, domestic help
   [ bāng xiōng ]    variant of 幫凶|帮凶[bang1 xiong1]
   [ bāng xiōng ]    accomplice, accessory
   [ bāng zhù ]    assistance, aid, to help, to assist
   [ bāng tóng ]    to help (sb do sth), to assist (sb in doing sth)
   [ bāng zi ]    outer (of cabbage etc), upper (of a shoe), (coll.) group, gang
   [ bāng baǒ shì ]    (brand) Pampers
   [ bāng gōng ]    to help with farm work, casual laborer
   [ bāng bang máng ]    to help, to do a favor, (Shanghainese) Come on!, Give me a break!
   [ bāng chú ]    help in the mess kitchen
   [ bāng máng ]    to help, to lend a hand, to do a favor, to do a good turn
   [ bāng shoǔ ]    helper, assistant
   [ bāng ]    to mentor
   [ bāng huì ]    secret society, underworld gang
   [ bāng paì ]    gang, faction
   [ bāng ]    pump (loanword)
   [ bāng qiāng ]    vocal accompaniment in some traditional Chinese operas, to speak in support of, to chime in
   [ bāng chèn ]    to help, to assist financially
   [ bāng bàn ]    assist in managing, deputy
   [ bāng xián ]    to hang on to and serve the rich and powerful by literary hack work etc
⇒    [ gaì bāng ]    beggars' union, a group of beggars
⇒    [ zhōng bāng ]    mid-top (shoes)
⇒    [ bāng ]    low-top (shoes)
⇒    [ chuán bāng daì ]    to pass on experience (to the next generation)
⇒    [ feǐ bāng ]    gang of bandits, criminal gang (formerly often used of political opponents)
⇒    [ rén bāng ]    Gang of Four: Jiang Qing 江青[Jiang1 Qing1], Zhang Chunqiao 張春橋|张春桥[Zhang1 Chun1 qiao2], Yao Wenyuan 姚文元[Yao2 Wen2 yuan2], Wang Hongwen 王洪文[Wang2 Hong2 wen2], who served as scapegoats for the excesses of the cultural revolution
⇒    [ bāng bang máng ]    to help, to do a favor, (Shanghainese) Come on!, Give me a break!
⇒    [ bāng ]    to travel together, thanks to
⇒    [ yoǔ bāng zhù ]    helpful
⇒    [ běn bāng caì ]    Shanghainese food
⇒    [ qīng hóng bāng ]    traditional secret society, Chinese equivalent of Freemasons
⇒    [ qué bāng ]    Crips (gang)
⇒    [ xiāng bāng ]    to help one another, to aid
⇒    [ duǎn bāng ]    lit. short jacket party, working people, the toiling masses, blue collar workers
⇒ 穿   [ chuān bāng ]    (TV or movie) blooper, continuity error, (theater) to flub one's lines, unintended exposure of a body part, to be exposed (of a scheme or trick), to reveal sth one intended to conceal through a slip of the tongue, to blow one's cover
⇒    [ naì xīn bāng zhù ]    forbearance, tolerance, patient help
⇒    [ saī bāng ]    cheek, upper (of a shoe)
⇒    [ saī bāng zi ]    cheek
⇒    [ chuán bāng ]    side of boat or ship, gunwale
⇒    [ xuè bāng ]    Bloods, street gang in USA
⇒    [ yuè bāng yuè máng ]    to be officious, to kibitz, to be meddlesome, to force one's help upon
⇒    [ qīng hóng bāng ]    traditional secret society, Chinese equivalent of Freemasons
⇒    [ xié bāng ]    uppers of a shoe
⇒    [ bāng ]    caravan of horses carrying goods
⇒    [ gaō bāng ]    high-top (shoes), ankle-high shoes
⇒    [ heī bāng ]    bunch of gangsters, criminal gang, organized crime syndicate