Unicode/Hanzi Search: U+773E (眾)

masses, people, multitude, crowd
Strokes (without radical) 6 Total Strokes 11
Mandarin reading zhòng Cantonese reading zung3
Japanese on reading shuu shu Japanese kun reading ooi
Korean reading cwung Vietnamese reading chúng
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CEDICT Entries:

   [ zhòng ]    abbr. for 眾議院|众议院[Zhong4 yi4 yuan4], House of Representatives
   [ zhòng ]    many, numerous, crowd, multitude
   [ zhòng rén ]    everyone
   [ zhòng rén shí chaí huǒ yàn gaō ]    when everybody gathers fuel, the flames are higher (idiom), the more people, the more strength
   [ zhòng rén jìng yǎng ]    universally admired, highly esteemed by everyone
   [ zhòng chuàng kōng jiān ]    hackerspace
   [ zhòng baō ]    crowdsourcing, abbr. for 群眾外包|群众外包[qun2 zhong4 wai4 bao1]
   [ zhòng pàn qīn ]    lit. people rebelling and friends deserting (idiom), fig. to find oneself utterly isolated
   [ zhòng koǔ ]    all of one voice, unanimous
   [ zhòng koǔ tóng shēng ]    (of people) to be of one voice (idiom), unanimous
   [ zhòng koǔ jiē beī ]    to be praised by everyone
   [ zhòng koǔ shuò jīn ]    lit. public opinion is powerful enough to melt metal (idiom), fig. public clamor can obscure the actual truth, mass spreading of rumors can confuse right and wrong
調   [ zhòng koǔ nán ]    it's difficult to please everyone (idiom)
   [ zhòng duō ]    numerous
   [ zhòng guǎ xuán shū ]    the multitude against the few, a wide disparity (idiom from Mencius); heavily outnumbered, unequally matched, overwhelmed by weight of numbers
   [ zhòng zhì chéng chéng ]    unity of will is an impregnable stronghold (idiom)
   [ zhòng nán fàn ]    (idiom) one cannot afford to incur public wrath, it is dangerous to incur the anger of the masses
   [ zhòng suǒ zhoū zhī ]    as everyone knows (idiom)
   [ zhòng suǒ zhoū zhī ]    see 眾所周知|众所周知[zhong4 suo3 zhou1 zhi1]
   [ zhòng qíng ]    many hands make light work (idiom)
   [ zhòng shù ]    plural, mode (statistics)
   [ zhòng xīng gǒng yuè ]    see 眾星捧月|众星捧月[zhong4 xing1 peng3 yue4]
   [ zhòng xīng gǒng chén ]    lit. all the stars revolve around Polaris 北辰[Bei3 chen2] (idiom, from Analects); fig. to view sb as core figure, to group around a revered leader
   [ zhòng xīng pěng yuè ]    lit. all the stars cup themselves around the moon (idiom, from Analects); fig. to view sb as core figure, to group around a revered leader, to revolve around sb
   [ zhòng xīng cuán yuè ]    see 眾星捧月|众星捧月[zhong4 xing1 peng3 yue4]
   [ zhòng zhì ]    crowd knowledge, collective wisdom
   [ zhòng wàng ]    people's expectations
   [ zhòng wàng suǒ guī ]    (idiom) to enjoy popular support, to receive general approval
   [ zhòng shēng ]    all living things
   [ zhòng zhaō zhāng ]    lit. the masses are sharp-eyed (idiom), fig. one is subjected to the scrutiny of the general public
   [ zhòng kuí kuí ]    see 萬目睽睽|万目睽睽[wan4 mu4 kui2 kui2]
   [ zhòng máng xiàng ]    multitude of blind people touch an elephant (idiom, from Nirvana sutra 大般涅槃經|大般涅盘经[da4 ban1 Nie4 pan2 jing1]); fig. unable to see the big picture, to mistake the part for the whole, unable to see the wood for the trees
   [ zhòng shǐ zhī ]    lit. target of a multitude of arrows (idiom); the butt of public criticism, attacked on all sides
   [ zhòng choú ]    crowdfunding
   [ zhòng shuō ]    various ideas, diverse opinions
   [ zhòng shuō fēn roú ]    lit. diverse opinions confused and divided (idiom); opinions differ, controversial matters
   [ zhòng shuō fēn yún ]    opinions differ (idiom)
   [ zhòng shuō ]    hub for diverse opinions
   [ zhòng yuán ]    member of the US House of Representatives
   [ zhòng yuàn ]    lower house of bicameral assembly, House of Representatives (USA), Chamber of Deputies
   [ zhòng xiāng zi ]    all-spice (Pimenta dioica), Jamaican pepper
⇒    [ lǎn zhòng shān ]    (last line of the poem 望岳 by Tang poet Du Fu 杜甫[Du4 Fu3]) with one look I shall see all the smaller mountains down below (from the summit of Mt Tai 泰山[Tai4 Shan1]), (fig.) awe-inspiring view from a very high place
⇒    [ zhòng wàng ]    not living up to expectations (idiom), failing to inspire confidence among people, unpopular
⇒    [ zhòng wàng ]    to live up to expectations (idiom)
⇒    [ rén duō shì zhòng ]    many men, a great force (idiom); many hands provide great strength, There is safety in numbers.
⇒    [ rén cóng zhòng ]    (Internet slang) huge crowds of people (emphatic form of 人[ren2])
⇒    [ xìn zhòng ]    believers, worshippers
⇒    [ gōng zhī zhòng ]    to make known to the masses (idiom); to publicize widely, to let the world know
⇒    [ gōng zhòng ]    public
⇒    [ gōng zhòng rén ]    public figure, famous person
⇒    [ gōng zhòng jiàn ]    public opinion
⇒    [ gōng zhòng huì ]    public meeting
⇒    [ gōng zhòng diàn xìn wǎng ]    public telephone network
⇒    [ chū zhòng ]    to stand out, outstanding
⇒    [ paí zhòng ]    to stand one's ground against the opinion of the masses (idiom)
⇒    [ shoù zhòng ]    target audience, audience
⇒    [ chī guā qún zhòng ]    peanut gallery (esp. in online forums), onlookers who are interested in the spectacle but don't have anything knowledgeable to say about it, (neologism c. 2016)
⇒    [ zhòng ]    mass, involving everyone, united, lit. to assemble the multitude
⇒    [ zhòng guó ]    federated nation, the United States
⇒    [ zhòng guó shè ]    United Press International (UPI)
⇒    [ zhòng weí ]    united as one, e pluribus unum
⇒    [ zhòng yín háng ]    Bancorp, a US bank
⇒    [ huá zhòng chǒng ]    sensationalism, vulgar claptrap to please the crowds, playing to the gallery, demagogy
⇒    [ tíng guǎng zhòng ]    public place with numerous people
⇒    [ zhòng ]    Volkswagen (automobile manufacturer)
⇒    [ zhòng ]    the masses, the great bulk of the population, popular (of music, science etc)
⇒    [ zhòng chuán ]    mass communication
⇒    [ zhòng huà ]    mass-oriented, to cater for the masses, popularized
⇒    [ zhòng jié yùn ]    mass rapid transit MRT
⇒    [ zhòng chē ]    Volkswagen
⇒    [ zhòng yùn shū ]    public transport (Tw)
⇒    [ zhòng ]    Mahasanghika (branch of Buddhism)
⇒    [ yaō yán huò zhòng ]    to mislead the public with rumors (idiom), to delude the people with lies
⇒    [ guǎ zhòng ]    the few are no match for the many, heavily outnumbered, facing impossible odds (idiom)
⇒    [ zhòng ]    minority of the population, non-mainstream (activity, pursuit etc), niche (market etc)
⇒    [ zuǒ daò huò zhòng ]    to delude the masses with heretical doctrines (idiom)
⇒    [ cóng zhòng ]    to follow the crowd, to conform
⇒    [ caí huá chū zhòng ]    outstanding talent (idiom); incomparable artistic merit
⇒    [ zhòng guǎ ]    multitude of enemies, few friends (idiom from Mencius), heavily outnumbered, beaten by the weight of numbers
⇒    [ zhòng shēng ]    (Buddhism) to deliver all living creatures from suffering (idiom)
⇒    [ zhòng shēng ]    universal mercy and succor (idiom); the Buddha's infinite power and mercy
⇒    [ luó zhòng ]    proletariat, abbr. for 普羅列塔利亞|普罗列塔利亚[pu3 luo2 lie4 ta3 li4 ya4] plus masses, also written 無產階級|无产阶级[wu2 chan3 jie1 ji2] in PRC Marxist theory
⇒    [ tōng mín zhòng ]    ordinary people, the masses
⇒    [ huì zhòng ]    audience, participants, congregation (of religious sect)
⇒    [ zhòng ]    to convince the masses
⇒    [ shoǔ shì zhòng ]    to behead sb and display the head in public
⇒    [ mín zhòng ]    populace, masses, the people
⇒    [ shè zhòng ]    the stakeholders, a stakeholder
⇒    [ shēn zhòng wàng ]    to enjoy the confidence of the people, to be very popular
⇒    [ zhī zhòng ]    rabble, disorderly band
⇒    [ qiáng daǒ zhòng rén tuī ]    lit. when a wall is about to collapse, everybody gives it a shove (idiom), fig. everybody hits a man who is down
⇒    [ dāng zhòng ]    in public, in front of everybody
⇒    [ shì zhòng ]    to publicly expose
⇒    [ jiū zhòng ]    to muster, to gather a crowd
⇒    [ meǐ jiān zhòng guó ]    United States of America
⇒    [ meǐ guó zhòng yuàn ]    United States House of Representatives
⇒    [ qún zhòng ]    mass, multitude, the masses
⇒    [ qún zhòng tuán ]    mass organizations
⇒    [ qún zhòng waì baō ]    crowdsourcing, abbr. to 眾包|众包[zhong4 bao1]
⇒    [ qún zhòng huì ]    mass rally
⇒    [ qún zhòng xìng ]    to do with the masses, mass (meeting, movement etc)
⇒    [ qún zhòng zhī ]    communal organization
⇒    [ qún zhòng xiàn ]    the mass line, CCP term for Party policy aimed at broadening and cultivating contacts with the masses
⇒    [ zhòng ]    to gather a crowd, to muster
⇒    [ zhòng yín luàn zuì ]    group licentiousness (offense punishable by up to five years in prison in the PRC)
⇒    [ tīng zhòng ]    audience, listeners
⇒    [ zhòng tóng ]    to stand out from the masses (idiom)
⇒    [ xīng shī dòng zhòng ]    to muster large forces, to get a great number of people involved (in carrying out some task)
⇒    [ yún yún zhòng shēng ]    every living being (Buddhism), the mass of common people
⇒    [ wàn zhòng xīn ]    millions of people all of one mind (idiom); the people united
⇒    [ zhòng zhé ]    Danger appears where many harmful factors exist. (idiom)
⇒    [ guān zhòng ]    spectators, audience, visitors (to an exhibition etc)
⇒    [ yoú jiē shì zhòng ]    to parade (a prisoner) through the streets
⇒    [ xiāng gǎng zhòng zhì ]    Demosistō, a pro-democracy political party in Hong Kong, established in 2016
⇒    [ jīng shī dòng zhòng ]    to alarm everyone, to scandalize the public
⇒    [ jīng qún dòng zhòng ]    to alarm everyone, to scandalize the public