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 fàn cooked rice / CL:碗[wan3] / meal / CL:頓|顿[dun4] / (loanword) fan / devotee
Results beginning with 饭
 fàn diàn restaurant / hotel / CL:家[jia1],個|个[ge4]
 fàn cài food
 fàn wǎn rice bowl / fig. livelihood / job / way of making a living
 fàn guǎn restaurant / CL:家[jia1]
 fàn zhuō dining table
 fàn hé lunchbox / mess tin
 fàn jú dinner party / banquet
 fàn tuán rice ball (steamed rice formed into a ball and stuffed with various fillings) / onigiri (Japanese-style rice ball)
 fàn tǒng rice tub (from which cooked rice or other food is served) / (fig.) fathead / a good-for-nothing
 fàn táng dining hall / canteen / cafeteria
 fàn tīng dining room / dining hall / mess hall
 fàn zhuāng big restaurant
 fàn shí food
 fàn lèi rice dishes (on menu)
 fàn pén pet food bowl / dog bowl
 fàn quān fan club
 fàn sòng dishes (of food) (Cantonese)
 fàn tì body double (in eating scenes)
 fàn tuō person hired to lure customers to high-priced restaurants
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 fàn guǎn r erhua variant of 飯館|饭馆[fan4 guan3]
 fàn zhǒng shì Iizuka,
 fàn qiǔ rú cǎo lit. to live on dry provisions and wild herbs (idiom) / fig. to live in abject poverty
 Fàn dǎo liǔ yīng (bird species of China) Ijima's leaf warbler (Phylloscopus ijimae)
 fàn hòu fú yòng post cibum (pharm.) / to take (medicine) after a meal
 fàn qì gōng xīn food coma / postprandial somnolence
 fàn hòu bǎi bù zǒu , huó dào jiǔ shí jiǔ walk a hundred steps after each meal and you will live a long life (proverb)
 fàn hòu yī zhī yān , sài guò huó shén xiān have a smoke after each meal and you will surpass the immortals (proverb)
 chī fàn to have a meal / to eat / to make a living
 wǎn fàn evening meal / dinner / supper / CL:份[fen4],頓|顿[dun4],次[ci4],餐[can1]
 zuò fàn to prepare a meal / to cook
 wǔ fàn lunch / CL:份[fen4],頓|顿[dun4],次[ci4],餐[can1]
 zǎo fàn breakfast / CL:份[fen4],頓|顿[dun4],次[ci4],餐[can1]
 xī fàn porridge / gruel
 mǐ fàn (cooked) rice
 zhǔ fàn to cook
 hé fàn meal in a partitioned box
 chǎo fàn fried rice / (slang) (Tw) to have sex
 kāi fàn to serve a meal
 zhōng fàn lunch
 pēn fàn (coll.) to burst out laughing
 bái fàn plain cooked rice / rice with nothing to go with it
 shèng fàn leftover food
 tǎo fàn to ask for food / to beg
 yào fàn to beg (for food or money)
 pào fàn to soak cooked rice in soup or water / cooked rice reheated in boiling water
 yòng fàn to eat / to have a meal
便 biàn fàn an ordinary meal / simple home cooking
 gān fàn cooked and dried rice
 jiǔ fàn food and drink
 bāo fàn to get or supply meals for a monthly rate / to board / to cater
 zhāi fàn food given to Buddhist monks as alms
 kè fàn cafeteria meal specially prepared for a group of visitors / set meal
 bàn fàn bibimbap (Korean cuisine)
 chū fàn to swell on steaming (of hard rice grain)
 cū fàn an unappealing and unsatisfying meal
 dǎ fàn to get food at a canteen
 duān fàn to serve (food)
 gài fàn rice with meat and vegetables
 huì fàn rice in gravy, typically with meat and vegetables
 hùn fàn to work for a living
 jú fàn rice au gratin
 liú fàn to put some food aside for sb / to invite sb to stay for a meal / invitation to dinner
 tuán fàn to roll rice balls
 zhuā fàn pilau / pilaf / a type of food popular among Muslims
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 nián yè fàn New Year's Eve family dinner
 diàn fàn bāo rice cooker
 diàn fàn guō electric rice cooker
 xiǎo fàn guǎn tearoom / canteen / cafeteria
 dà guō fàn lit. big rice pan / communal feeding / fig. egalitarianism (equal treatment for everyone in same institution)
 tiě fàn wǎn secure employment (lit. iron rice bowl)
 chī ruǎn fàn to live off a woman
 jīn fàn wǎn secure and lucrative job
 chī xián fàn to live as a parasite / doing nothing to earn one's keep
 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]
 xiǎo fàn zhuō dining room for young schoolchildren unable to go home for lunch
 chǎo lěng fàn to stir-fry leftover rice / fig. to rehash the same story / to serve up the same old product
 chī bái fàn to eat plain rice / (fig.) to eat and not pay for it / to sponge off others / to freeload
 chī gān fàn (coll.) to be incompetent / useless / good-for-nothing
 chī láo fàn to do prison time (Tw)
 chī xián fàn to live as a parasite / doing nothing to earn one's keep
 dàn bāo fàn rice omelet
 diū fàn wǎn to lose one's job
 fèn r fàn set meal
 gài jiāo fàn rice with meat and vegetables
 lǐng hé 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)
 sàn huǒ fàn farewell dinner party
 wū fàn guǒ blueberry
 yì kǔ fàn unsavory meal taken in remembrance of past hardships / fig. poor-tasting meal
 zhǎo fàn wǎn to look for a job
便 jiā cháng biàn fàn simple home-style meal / common occurrence / nothing out of the ordinary
 chá yú fàn hòu leisure time (over a cup of tea, after a meal etc)
 cū chá dàn fàn plain tea and simple food / (fig.) bread and water
 jiǔ náng fàn dài wine sack, food bag (idiom) / useless person, only fit for guzzling and boozing
 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
 chá fàn wú xīn no heart for tea or rice (idiom) / melancholic and suffering / to have no appetite
 chá yú fàn bǎo see 茶餘飯後|茶余饭后[cha2 yu2 fan4 hou4]
 jiǔ zú fàn bǎo to have eaten and drunk to one's heart's content
 kān cài chī fàn to eat depending on the dish (idiom) / fig. to act according to actual circumstances / to live within one's means
 sān chá liù fàn lit. to offer three kinds of tea and six different dishes / to be extremely considerate towards guests (idiom)
 bǎo cān zhàn fàn to fill one's belly before the battle (idiom)
 chá fàn bù sī no thought for tea or rice (idiom) / melancholic and suffering / to have no appetite
 Cháng chéng Fàn diàn Great Wall Hotel (Beijing Sheraton 喜來登|喜来登)
 cháng qī fàn piào (fig.) guarantee of financial support for the rest of one's life
 chī qīng chūn fàn to make the most of one's youthfulness in one's choice of employment (e.g. modeling)
 fēn zào chī fàn "meals prepared at separate stoves", slogan of the program of fiscal decentralization that began in the 1980s in the PRC
 jī dàn chǎo fàn egg fried rice
 shēng mǐ 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.
 shī zhōu shě fàn to provide alms and rice (idiom)
 zǐ cài bāo fàn gimbap (Korean rice roll similar in appearance to sushi) / kimbap
 chī fàn huáng dì dà eating comes first, then comes everything else (idiom) (Tw)
 hǎo fàn bù pà wǎn the meal is remembered long after the wait is forgotten / the good things in life are worth waiting for
 lú wàng dá fàn diàn Hotel
 zuò fàn yòng rán qì cooking gas
 shēng mǐ zhǔ chéng shú fàn the rice is cooked / what's done is done / it's too late to change anything now (idiom)
 shēng mǐ 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
 chī bǎo le fàn chēng de having nothing better to do / see 吃飽撐著|吃饱撑着
 rén shì tiě fàn shì gāng one can't function properly on an empty stomach (idiom) / an empty sack cannot stand upright
 yì dà lì tiáo wèi fàn risotto
 tái běi jūn yuè dà fàn diàn Grand
  International Hotel and Restaurant Association
 kān cài chī fàn , liáng tǐ cái yī 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
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