Unicode/Hanzi Search: U+6490 (撐)

prop up, support; brace; to push off (with a pole)
Strokes (without radical) 12 Total Strokes 15
Mandarin reading chēng Cantonese reading caang1 caang3
Japanese on reading chou Japanese kun reading sasaeru aku
Korean reading thayng Vietnamese reading
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CEDICT Entries:

   [ chēng ]    to support, to prop up, to push or move with a pole, to maintain, to open or unfurl, to fill to bursting point, brace, stay, support
   [ chēng chǎng miàn ]    to keep up appearances, to put up a front
   [ chēng ]    to resist, to struggle, to sustain
   [ chēng chí ]    (fig.) to sustain, to shore up
   [ chēng gān ]    a pole, a prop
   [ chēng gān ]    pole-vaulting
   [ chēng gān gaō ]    pole-vaulting
   [ chēng ]    full to the point of bursting, (coll.) at most
   [ chēng dǎn de è dǎn de ]    fullness for the bold, famine for the timid (idiom)
   [ chēng ]    to burst
竿   [ chēng gān ]    pole-vaulting, also written 撐桿跳|撑杆跳
竿   [ chēng gān gaō ]    pole vault, also written 撐桿跳高|撑杆跳高
   [ chēng yaō ]    to support, to brace
   [ chēng chuán ]    to punt, to pole a boat
   [ chēng mén miàn ]    to keep up appearances, to put up a front
   [ chēng kaī ]    to stretch taut, to open (an umbrella), to hold (a bag etc) open, to prop open
⇒    [ chēng ]    press-up (physical exercise), push-up
⇒    [ chī baǒ le fàn chēng de ]    having nothing better to do, see 吃飽撐著|吃饱撑着
⇒    [ chī baǒ chēng zhe ]    having nothing better to do
⇒    [ zhī zhī chēng shì ]    low plank (yoga pose)
⇒    [ píng bǎn zhī chēng ]    plank (exercise)
⇒    [ qiǎng chēng ]    to use all one's willpower (to do sth), to hang in there
⇒    [ zhī chēng ]    to prop up, to support, strut, brace
⇒    [ zhī chēng jià ]    bracket
⇒    [ yìng chēng ]    to make oneself do sth in spite of adversity, pain etc
⇒    [ chēng ]    burpee