Unicode/Hanzi Search: U+98EF (飯)

cooked rice; food; meal
Radical 𠋑𩙿𩚀𩚁𩚃
Strokes (without radical) 4 Total Strokes 13
Mandarin reading fàn Cantonese reading faan6
Japanese on reading han bon Japanese kun reading meshi
Korean reading pan Vietnamese reading
Simplified Variant(s)

CEDICT Entries:

   [ fàn ]    cooked rice, CL:碗[wan3], meal, CL:頓|顿[dun4], (loanword) fan, devotee
   [ fàn shaó ]    rice paddle
   [ fàn chí ]    rice paddle
   [ fàn quān ]    fan community, fandom
   [ fàn táng ]    dining hall, canteen, cafeteria
   [ fàn ]    dinner party, banquet
   [ fàn daǒ liǔ yīng ]    (bird species of China) Ijima's leaf warbler (Phylloscopus ijimae)
   [ fàn diàn ]    restaurant, hotel, CL:家[jia1],個|个[ge4]
   [ fàn tīng ]    dining room, dining hall, mess hall
   [ fàn hoù zhī yān saì guò huó shén xiān ]    have a smoke after each meal and you will surpass the immortals (proverb)
   [ fàn hoù yòng ]    post cibum (pharm.), to take (medicine) after a meal
   [ fàn hoù baǐ zoǔ huó daò jiǔ shí jiǔ ]    walk a hundred steps after each meal and you will live a long life (proverb)
   [ fàn tuō ]    person hired to lure customers to a restaurant
   [ fàn ]    body double (in eating scenes)
   [ fàn zhuō ]    dining table
   [ fàn tǒng ]    rice tub (from which cooked rice or other food is served), (fig.) fathead, a good-for-nothing
   [ fàn gōng xīn ]    food coma, postprandial somnolence
   [ fàn pén ]    pet food bowl, dog bowl
   [ fàn ]    lunchbox, mess tin
   [ fàn wǎn ]    rice bowl, fig. livelihood, job, way of making a living
   [ fàn ]    (lit. and fig.) meal ticket
   [ fàn qiǔ caǒ ]    lit. to live on dry provisions and wild herbs (idiom), fig. to live in abject poverty
   [ fàn tuán ]    rice ball (steamed rice formed into a ball and stuffed with various fillings), onigiri (Japanese-style rice ball)
   [ fàn zhuāng ]    big restaurant
   [ fàn caì ]    food
   [ fàn leì ]    rice dishes (on menu)
   [ fàn shí ]    food
   [ fàn guǎn ]    restaurant, CL:家[jia1]
   [ fàn guǎn ]    erhua variant of 飯館|饭馆[fan4 guan3]
⇒    [ sān chá liù fàn ]    lit. to offer three kinds of tea and six different dishes, to be extremely considerate towards guests (idiom)
⇒    [ diū fàn wǎn ]    to lose one's job
⇒    [ zhōng fàn ]    lunch
⇒    [ gān fàn ]    plain cooked rice (as opposed to rice porridge)
⇒    [ rén shì tiě fàn shì gāng ]    one can't function properly on an empty stomach (idiom), an empty sack cannot stand upright
⇒    [ fèn fàn ]    set meal
⇒ 便   [ biàn fàn ]    an ordinary meal, simple home cooking
⇒    [ zuò fàn ]    to prepare a meal, to cook
⇒    [ chū fàn ]    to swell on steaming (of hard rice grain)
⇒    [ fēn zaò chī fàn ]    "meals prepared at separate stoves", slogan of the program of fiscal decentralization that began in the 1980s in the PRC
⇒    [ shèng fàn ]    leftover food
⇒    [ baō fàn ]    to get or supply meals for a monthly rate, to board, to cater
⇒    [ fàn ]    lunch, CL:份[fen4],頓|顿[dun4],次[ci4],餐[can1]
⇒    [ chī gān fàn ]    (coll.) to be incompetent, useless, good-for-nothing
⇒    [ chī guō fàn ]    lit. to eat from the common pot (idiom), fig. to be rewarded the same, regardless of performance
⇒    [ chī laó fàn ]    to do prison time (Tw)
⇒    [ chī baí fàn ]    to eat plain rice, (fig.) to eat and not pay for it, to sponge off others, to freeload
⇒    [ chī ruǎn fàn ]    to live off a woman
⇒    [ chī xián fàn ]    to live as a parasite, doing nothing to earn one's keep
⇒    [ chī qīng chūn fàn ]    to make the most of one's youthfulness in one's choice of employment (e.g. modeling)
⇒    [ chī fàn ]    to have a meal, to eat, to make a living
⇒    [ chī fàn huáng ]    eating comes first, then comes everything else (idiom) (Tw)
⇒    [ chī baǒ le fàn chēng de ]    having nothing better to do, see 吃飽撐著|吃饱撑着
⇒    [ weí fàn ]    fan who only likes one particular member of a pop idol band
⇒    [ pēn fàn ]    (coll.) to burst out laughing
⇒    [ guō fàn ]    meal cooked in a large pot, communal meal, (fig.) system that rewards everyone equally regardless of merit
⇒    [ jiā shēng fàn ]    half-cooked rice, (fig.) half-finished job that is difficult to complete because it was not done properly in the first instance, Taiwan pr. [jia4 sheng5 fan4]
⇒    [ haǒ fàn wǎn ]    the meal is remembered long after the wait is forgotten, the good things in life are worth waiting for
⇒    [ fàn ]    cafeteria meal specially prepared for a group of visitors, set meal
⇒ 便   [ jiā cháng biàn fàn ]    simple home-style meal, common occurrence, nothing out of the ordinary
⇒    [ fàn zhuō ]    dining room for young schoolchildren unable to go home for lunch
⇒    [ fàn guǎn ]    tearoom, canteen, cafeteria
⇒    [ nián fàn ]    New Year's Eve family dinner
⇒    [ fàn ]    unsavory meal taken in remembrance of past hardships, fig. poor-tasting meal
⇒    [ shoǔ zhuā fàn ]    pilaf (rice dish popular in many parts of the world, including Xinjiang), pilau
⇒    [ fàn ]    to push food into one's mouth using chopsticks while holding one's bowl up to one's mouth
⇒    [ fàn ]    to get food at a canteen
⇒    [ zhaǒ fàn wǎn ]    to look for a job
⇒    [ zhuā fàn ]    pilaf (rice dish popular in many parts of the world, including Xinjiang), pilau
⇒    [ bàn fàn ]    bibimbap (Korean cuisine)
⇒    [ tuán fàn ]    to roll rice balls
⇒    [ sàn huǒ fàn ]    farewell dinner party
⇒    [ xīn jiāng shoǔ zhuā fàn ]    Xinjiang lamb rice
⇒    [ shī zhoū shě fàn ]    to provide alms and rice (idiom)
⇒    [ zaǒ fàn ]    breakfast, CL:份[fen4],頓|顿[dun4],次[ci4],餐[can1]
⇒    [ wǎn fàn ]    evening meal, dinner, supper, CL:份[fen4],頓|顿[dun4],次[ci4],餐[can1]
⇒    [ cán gēng shèng fàn ]    leftovers from a meal, fig. remnants handed down from others
⇒    [ cán chá shèng fàn ]    spoilt tea, leftover food (idiom); remains after a meal, crumbs from the feast
⇒    [ paò fàn ]    to soak cooked rice in soup or water, cooked rice reheated in boiling water
⇒    [ hùn fàn ]    to work for a living
⇒    [ chaǒ lěng fàn ]    to stir-fry leftover rice, fig. to rehash the same story, to serve up the same old product
⇒    [ chaǒ fàn ]    fried rice, (slang) (Tw) to have sex
⇒    [ fàn guǒ ]    blueberry
⇒    [ fàn ]    rice au gratin
⇒    [ zhǔ fàn ]    to cook
⇒    [ dùn fàn ]    risotto
⇒    [ huì fàn ]    rice in gravy, typically with meat and vegetables
⇒    [ shēng zuò chéng shú fàn ]    lit. the raw rice is now cooked (idiom); fig. it is done and can't be changed, It's too late to change anything now., also written 生米煮成熟飯|生米煮成熟饭
⇒    [ shēng zhǔ chéng shú fàn ]    the rice is cooked, what's done is done, it's too late to change anything now (idiom)
⇒    [ shēng shú fàn ]    abbr. for 生米煮成熟飯|生米煮成熟饭, lit. the raw rice is now cooked (idiom); fig. it is done and can't be changed, It's too late to change anything now.
⇒    [ yòng fàn ]    to eat, to have a meal
⇒    [ liú fàn ]    to put some food aside for sb, to invite sb to stay for a meal, invitation to dinner
⇒    [ baí fàn ]    plain cooked rice, rice with nothing to go with it
⇒    [ fàn ]    meal in a partitioned box
⇒    [ kān caì chī fàn ]    to eat depending on the dish (idiom); fig. to act according to actual circumstances, to live within one's means
⇒    [ kān caì chī fàn liáng caí ]    eat depending on the dish, cut cloth according to the body (idiom); to fit the appetite to the dishes and the dress to the figure, to act according to actual circumstances, to live within one's means
⇒    [ fàn ]    porridge, gruel
⇒    [ duān fàn ]    to serve (food)
⇒    [ fàn ]    (cooked) rice
⇒    [ chá dàn fàn ]    plain tea and simple food, (fig.) bread and water
⇒    [ fàn ]    an unappealing and unsatisfying meal
⇒    [ caì baō fàn ]    gimbap (Korean rice roll similar in appearance to sushi), kimbap
⇒    [ chá fàn ]    no thought for tea or rice (idiom); melancholic and suffering, to have no appetite
⇒    [ chá fàn xīn ]    no heart for tea or rice (idiom); melancholic and suffering, to have no appetite
⇒    [ chá fàn hoù ]    leisure time (over a cup of tea, after a meal etc)
⇒    [ chá fàn baǒ ]    see 茶餘飯後|茶余饭后[cha2 yu2 fan4 hou4]
⇒    [ gaì fàn ]    rice with meat and vegetables
⇒    [ gaì fàn ]    rice with meat and vegetables
⇒    [ dàn baō fàn ]    rice omelet
⇒    [ dàn chaǒ fàn jié ]    Fried Rice with Egg Festival, informally observed annually on November 25 as the anniversary of the death in 1950 of Mao Zedong's son Mao Anying, by people who are grateful that Mao's grip on China did not extend to a second generation (The younger Mao died in an American air raid in Korea, and, according to a popular account, his death was the result of cooking fried rice with egg, which produced smoke detected by US forces.)
⇒    [ yaò fàn ]    to beg (for food or money)
⇒    [ taǒ fàn ]    to ask for food, to beg
⇒    [ jiǔ náng fàn daì ]    wine sack, food bag (idiom); useless person, only fit for guzzling and boozing
⇒    [ jiǔ fàn baǒ ]    to have eaten and drunk to one's heart's content
⇒    [ jiǔ fàn ]    food and drink
⇒    [ jīn fàn wǎn ]    secure and lucrative job
⇒    [ tiě fàn wǎn ]    secure employment (lit. iron rice bowl)
⇒    [ cháng chéng fàn diàn ]    Great Wall Hotel (Beijing Sheraton 喜來登|喜来登)
⇒    [ cháng fàn ]    (fig.) guarantee of financial support for the rest of one's life
⇒    [ kaī fàn ]    to serve a meal
⇒    [ dàn chaǒ fàn ]    egg fried rice
⇒    [ diàn fàn baō ]    rice cooker
⇒    [ diàn fàn guō ]    electric rice cooker
⇒    [ lǐng fàn ]    (coll.) (of an actor with a bit part) to receive a boxed meal when one's job is done (phrase used e.g. by movie viewers when a character dies)
⇒    [ baǒ cān zhàn fàn ]    to fill one's belly before the battle (idiom)
⇒    [ zhaī fàn ]    food given to Buddhist monks as alms