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Unicode/Hanzi Search: U+73ed (班)

班
class, group, grade; squad; job
Radical 𤣩王
Strokes (without radical) 6 Total Strokes 10
Mandarin reading bān Cantonese reading baan1
Japanese on reading han Japanese kun reading wakeru
Korean reading pan Vietnamese reading ban

CEDICT Entries:

   [ bān ]   team, class, rank, squad, a work shift, a measure word, (a surname)
   [ bān chē ]   regular bus (service)
   [ bān chē ]   regular bus (service)
   [ bān ]   order of classes or grades at school, number of runs or flights
   [ bān ]   ordinary members of theatrical troupe
   [ bān fáng ]   jail
   [ bān ]   (N) Bange (place in Tibet)
   [ bān ]   airliner, airplane, plane
   [ bān ]   airliner, airplane, plane
   [ bān ]   Bangui (capital of Central African Republic)
   [ bān ]   classes or grades in school
   [ bān ]   classes or grades in school
   [ bān lún ]   regular passenger or cargo ship, regular steamship service
   [ bān lún ]   regular passenger or cargo ship, regular steamship service
   [ bān ]   (N) Banma (place in Qinghai)
   [ bān ]   (N) Banma (place in Qinghai)
   [ bān mén nòng ]   display one's slight skill before an expert
   [ bān mén nòng ]   display one's slight skill before an expert
   [ bān ]   schedule (for flight, voyage, etc.)
   [ bān shī ]   withdraw troops from the front, return after victory
   [ bān shī ]   withdraw troops from the front, return after victory
   [ bān hùi ]   a routine meeting of a squad, team or class
   [ bān hùi ]   a routine meeting of a squad, team or class
   [ bān zhǎng ]   class monitor, squad leader, team leader
   [ bān zhǎng ]   class monitor, squad leader, team leader
   [ bān zhū ěr ]   Banjul (capital of Gambia)
   [ bān zhū ěr ]   Banjul (capital of Gambia)
   [ bān zhǔ rèn ]   a teacher in charge of a class
   [ bān zi ]   organized group, theatrical troupe
   [ bān ]   teams and groups (in factories, etc.)
   [ bān ]   teams and groups (in factories, etc.)
⇒    [ àn jìu bān ]   follow the prescribed order, keep to conventional ways
⇒    [ bái bān er ]   day shift
⇒    [ bái bān er ]   day shift
⇒    [ bān ]   cram class, cram school
⇒    [ bān ]   cram class, cram school
⇒    [ chàng shī bān ]   choir
⇒    [ chàng shī bān ]   choir
⇒    [ bān ]   Durban (city in South Africa)
⇒    [ gēn bān ]   (n) attendant; entourage
⇒    [ háng bān ]   scheduled flight, flight number
⇒    [ háng bān biǎo ]   flight schedule
⇒    [ jīa bān ]   (v) work overtime
⇒    [ jīe bān ]   (v) take over a task; relieve sb, (v) be a successor to sb
⇒    [ jīe bān rén ]   successor
⇒    [ shàng bān ]   to go to work, to be on duty, to start work, to go to the office
⇒    [ bān ]   Taliban
⇒    [ tóng bān tóng xúe ]   classmate
⇒    [ tóng bān tóng xúe ]   classmate
⇒ 西   [ bān ]   Spain
⇒ 西   [ bān gǎng ]   Port-of-Spain (capital of Trinidad and Tobago)
⇒ 西   [ bān wén ]   Spanish (language)
⇒ 西   [ bān ]   Spanish (language)
⇒ 西   [ bān ]   Spanish (language)
⇒    [ xìa bān ]   to come or go or get off work
⇒    [ bān ]   (n) the night work shift
⇒    [ yōng rén lǐng bān ]   butler
⇒    [ yōng rén lǐng bān ]   butler
⇒    [ zhí bān ]   (v) be on duty
⇒    [ zùo bān ]   keep office hours

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