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Simple Dictionary Definition


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guān / guan1
kuan
 kan / せき
 Scroll
mountain pass; to close; to shut; to turn off; to concern; to involve
(surname) Seki
To shut, a closed place, barrier, frontier; to include, concern, involve; a frontier pass or gate

關上


关上

see styles
guān shàng / guan1 shang4
kuan shang
to close (a door); to turn off (light, electrical equipment etc)

關中


关中

see styles
guān zhōng / guan1 zhong1
kuan chung
Guanzhong plain in Shaanxi, valley of the Wei River 渭河

關乎


关乎

see styles
guān hū / guan1 hu1
kuan hu
to relate to; concerning; about

關係


关系

see styles
guān xi / guan1 xi5
kuan hsi
relation; relationship; to concern; to affect; to have to do with; guanxi; CL:個|个[ge4]

關停


关停

see styles
guān tíng / guan1 ting2
kuan t`ing / kuan ting
(of a power plant, refinery etc) to shut down

關公


关公

see styles
guān gōng / guan1 gong1
kuan kung
 Scroll
Lord Guan (i.e. 羽|关羽[Guan1 Yu3])

關切


关切

see styles
guān qiè / guan1 qie4
kuan ch`ieh / kuan chieh
to be deeply concerned; to be troubled (by)

關卡


关卡

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guān qiǎ / guan1 qia3
kuan ch`ia / kuan chia
checkpoint (for taxation, security etc); barrier; hurdle; red tape; CL:個|个[ge4],道[dao4]

關口


关口

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guān kǒu / guan1 kou3
kuan k`ou / kuan kou
 sekiguchi / せきぐち
pass; gateway; (fig.) juncture
(surname) Sekiguchi

關城


关城

see styles
guān chéng / guan1 cheng2
kuan ch`eng / kuan cheng
defensive fort over border post

關塞


关塞

see styles
guān sài / guan1 sai4
kuan sai
border fort, esp. defending narrow valley

關境


关境

see styles
guān jìng / guan1 jing4
kuan ching
customs border

關子


关子

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guān zi / guan1 zi5
kuan tzu
climax (in a story)

關山


关山

see styles
guān shān / guan1 shan1
kuan shan
 sekiyama / せきやま
fortresses and mountains (along the Great Wall); one's hometown
(surname) Sekiyama

關島


关岛

see styles
guān dǎo / guan1 dao3
kuan tao
 Scroll
Guam

關廟


关庙

see styles
guān miào / guan1 miao4
kuan miao
Kuanmiao township in Tainan county 台南縣|台南县[Tai2 nan2 xian4], Taiwan

關廠


关厂

see styles
guān chǎng / guan1 chang3
kuan ch`ang / kuan chang
to shut down (a factory); to close a facility; a lockout

關征


关征

see styles
guān zhēng / guan1 zheng1
kuan cheng
customs levy; customs post charging import duties

關心


关心

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guān xīn / guan1 xin1
kuan hsin
 Scroll
to be concerned about; to care about

關愛


关爱

see styles
guān ài / guan1 ai4
kuan ai
to show concern and care for

關懷


关怀

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guān huái / guan1 huai2
kuan huai
care; solicitude; to show care for; concerned about; attentive to

關押


关押

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guān yā / guan1 ya1
kuan ya
to imprison; to lock up (in jail)

關掉


关掉

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guān diào / guan1 diao4
kuan tiao
to switch off; to shut off

關文


关文

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guān wén / guan1 wen2
kuan wen
passport; travel papers

關於


关于

see styles
guān yú / guan1 yu2
kuan yü
pertaining to; concerning; with regard to; about; a matter of

關東


关东

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guān dōng / guan1 dong1
kuan tung
Northeast China; Manchuria; lit. east of Shanhai Pass 山海|山海关[Shan1 hai3 guan1]; Kantō region of Japan

關格


关格

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guān gé / guan1 ge2
kuan ko
blocked or painful urination, constipation and vomiting (Chinese medicine)

關棧


关栈

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guān zhàn / guan1 zhan4
kuan chan
bonded warehouse

關機


关机

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guān jī / guan1 ji1
kuan chi
to turn off (a machine or device); to finish shooting a film

關注


关注

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guān zhù / guan1 zhu4
kuan chu
to pay attention to; to follow something closely; to follow (on social media); concern; interest; attention

關涉


关涉

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guān shè / guan1 she4
kuan she
to relate (to); to concern; to involve; connection; relationship

關照


关照

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guān zhào / guan1 zhao4
kuan chao
to take care; to keep an eye on; to look after; to tell; to remind

關白


关白

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guān bái / guan1 bai2
kuan pai
to inform; to notify

關稅


关税

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guān shuì / guan1 shui4
kuan shui
customs duty; tariff

關節


关节

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guān jié / guan1 jie2
kuan chieh
joint (physiology); key point; critical phase

關系


关系

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guān xi / guan1 xi5
kuan hsi
variant of 係|关系[guan1 xi5]

關緊


关紧

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guān jǐn / guan1 jin3
kuan chin
to close firmly; to fasten securely; to make fast; to lock

關羽


关羽

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guān yǔ / guan1 yu3
kuan yü
 Scroll
Guan Yu (-219), general of Shu and blood-brother of Liu Bei in Romance of the Three Kingdoms, fearsome fighter famous for virtue and loyalty; posomethingumously worshipped and identified with the guardian Bodhisattva Sangharama

關聯


关联

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guān lián / guan1 lian2
kuan lien
related; linked; affiliated

關西


关西

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guān xī / guan1 xi1
kuan hsi
Kansai region, Japan; Guanxi or Kuanhsi town in Hsinchu County 新竹縣|新竹县[Xin1 zhu2 Xian4], northwest Taiwan

關說


关说

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guān shuō / guan1 shuo1
kuan shuo
to speak for sb; to intercede for sb; to lobby illegally

關連


关连

see styles
guān lián / guan1 lian2
kuan lien
variant of 聯|关联[guan1 lian2]

關金


关金

see styles
guān jīn / guan1 jin1
kuan chin
see 金圓|关金圆[guan1 jin1 yuan2]

關鍵


关键

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guān jiàn / guan1 jian4
kuan chien
 kanken
crucial point; crux; CL:個|个[ge4]; key; crucial; pivotal
gate latch

關門


关门

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guān mén / guan1 men2
kuan men
to close a door; to lock a door; (of a shop etc) to close (for the night, or permanently)

關閉


关闭

see styles
guān bì / guan1 bi4
kuan pi
to close; to shut

關防


关防

see styles
guān fáng / guan1 fang2
kuan fang
security measures (esp. border security); official seal (esp. military seal during Qing and Ming times)

關隘


关隘

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guān ài / guan1 ai4
kuan ai
mountain pass

關頭


关头

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guān tóu / guan1 tou2
kuan t`ou / kuan tou
juncture; moment

關餉


关饷

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guān xiǎng / guan1 xiang3
kuan hsiang
to receive one's salary; to pay sb's wages

關帝


关帝

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guān dì / guan1 di4
kuan ti
 Kantei
 Scroll
Guandi, the god of War, a deified hero of the Three Kingdoms, a protector of Buddhism.

關軸


关轴

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guān zhóu / guan1 zhou2
kuan chou
 kanjiku
bolt

關鑰


关钥

see styles
guān yuè / guan1 yue4
kuan yüeh
 kanyaku
gate latch

關井

see styles
 sekii / seki / せきい (surname) Sekii

關岡

see styles
 sekioka / せきおか (surname) Sekioka

關屋

see styles
 sekiya / せきや (surname) Sekiya

關橋

see styles
 sekihashi / せきはし (personal name) Sekihashi

關戸

see styles
 sekido / せきど (surname) Sekido

關根

see styles
 sekine / せきね (surname) Sekine

關川

see styles
 sekigawa / せきがわ (surname) Sekigawa

關谷

see styles
 sekiya / せきや (surname) Sekiya

關端

see styles
 sekihata / せきはた (surname) Sekihata

關田

see styles
 sekida / せきだ (surname) Sekida

關藤

see styles
 sekifuji / せきふじ (surname) Sekifuji

關部

see styles
 sekibe / せきべ (surname) Sekibe

關本

see styles
 sekimoto / せきもと (surname) Sekimoto

關野

see styles
 sekino / せきの (surname) Sekino

關澤

see styles
 sekizawa / せきざわ (surname) Sekizawa

下關


下关

see styles
xià guān / xia4 guan1
hsia kuan
Xiaguan district of Nanjing City 南京市 in Jiangsu 江蘇|江苏

事關


事关

see styles
shì guān / shi4 guan1
shih kuan
to concern; on (some topic); about; concerning; to have importance for

偏關


偏关

see styles
piān guān / pian1 guan1
p`ien kuan / pien kuan
Pianguan county in Xinzhou 忻州[Xin1 zhou1], Shanxi

入關


入关

see styles
rù guān / ru4 guan1
ju kuan
to enter a pass; to go through customs

公關


公关

see styles
gōng guān / gong1 guan1
kung kuan
public relations

北關


北关

see styles
běi guān / bei3 guan1
pei kuan
Beiguan district of Anyang city 安陽市|安阳市[An1 yang2 shi4], Henan

南關


南关

see styles
nán guān / nan2 guan1
nan kuan
Nanguan district of Changchun city 長春市|长春市, Jilin

取關


取关

see styles
qǔ guān / qu3 guan1
ch`ü kuan / chü kuan
to unfollow (on microblog etc)

叩關


叩关

see styles
kòu guān / kou4 guan1
k`ou kuan / kou kuan
to knock at the gate (old); to make an approach; to invade; to attack the goal (sports)

國關


国关

see styles
guó guān / guo2 guan1
kuo kuan
abbr. for 國際係學院|国际关系学院[Guo2 ji4 Guan1 xi4 Xue2 yuan4], University of International Relations, Beijing

坐關


坐关

see styles
zuò guān / zuo4 guan1
tso kuan
(Buddhism) to sit in contemplation

城關


城关

see styles
chéng guān / cheng2 guan1
ch`eng kuan / cheng kuan
area outside a city gate

報關


报关

see styles
bào guān / bao4 guan1
pao kuan
to declare at customs

壺關


壶关

see styles
hú guān / hu2 guan1
hu kuan
Huguan county in Changzhi 長治|长治[Chang2 zhi4], Shanxi

大關


大关

see styles
dà guān / da4 guan1
ta kuan
 oozeki / おおぜき
strategic pass; barrier or mark (i.e. a level considered impressive, usually a round figure such as 10,000); instrument of torture used to break limbs
(surname) Oozeki

年關


年关

see styles
nián guān / nian2 guan1
nien kuan
end of the year

扣關


扣关

see styles
kòu guān / kou4 guan1
k`ou kuan / kou kuan
variant of 叩|叩关[kou4 guan1]

把關


把关

see styles
bǎ guān / ba3 guan1
pa kuan
to guard a pass; to check on something

攸關


攸关

see styles
yōu guān / you1 guan1
yu kuan
of great concern

攻關


攻关

see styles
gōng guān / gong1 guan1
kung kuan
to storm a strategic pass; fig. to tackle a key problem

有關


有关

see styles
yǒu guān / you3 guan1
yu kuan
to have something to do with; to relate to; related to; to concern; concerning

機關


机关

see styles
jī guān / ji1 guan1
chi kuan
 kikan
mechanism; gear; machine-operated; office; agency; organ; organization; establishment; institution; body; stratagem; scheme; intrigue; plot; trick; CL:個|个[ge4]
Spring, motive force, cause, opportunity, etc; spring

海關


海关

see styles
hǎi guān / hai3 guan1
hai kuan
customs (i.e. border crossing inspection); CL:個|个[ge4]

清關


清关

see styles
qīng guān / qing1 guan1
ch`ing kuan / ching kuan
customs clearance

潼關


潼关

see styles
tóng guān / tong2 guan1
t`ung kuan / tung kuan
Tongguan County in Weinan 渭南[Wei4 nan2], Shaanxi

無關


无关

see styles
wú guān / wu2 guan1
wu kuan
 mukan
unrelated; having nothing to do (with something else)
no barrier

牙關


牙关

see styles
yá guān / ya2 guan1
ya kuan
jaw; mandibular joint

玄關


玄关

see styles
xuán guān / xuan2 guan1
hsüan kuan
 genkan / げんかん
entrance hall; vestibule
(out-dated kanji) (noun - becomes adjective with の) entranceway; entry hall; vestibule; foyer; entryway; mud room
portico

相關


相关

see styles
xiāng guān / xiang1 guan1
hsiang kuan
 sōkan
related; relevant; pertinent; to be interrelated; (statistics) correlation
related to each other

破關


破关

see styles
pò guān / po4 guan1
p`o kuan / po kuan
to solve or overcome (a difficult problem); to beat (a video game)

稅關


税关

see styles
shuì guān / shui4 guan1
shui kuan
customs house (in ancient times)

Entries with 2nd row of characters: The 2nd row is Simplified Chinese.

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Information about this dictionary:

Apparently, we were the first ones who were crazy enough to think that western people might want a combined Chinese, Japanese, and Buddhist dictionary.

A lot of westerners can't tell the difference between Chinese and Japanese - and there is a reason for that. Chinese characters and even whole words were borrowed by Japan from the Chinese language in the 5th century. Much of the time, if a word or character is used in both languages, it will have the same or a similar meaning. However, this is not always true. Language evolves, and meanings independently change in each language.

Example: The Chinese character 湯 for soup (hot water) has come to mean bath (hot water) in Japanese. They have the same root meaning of "hot water", but a 湯屋 sign on a bathhouse in Japan would lead a Chinese person to think it was a "soup house" or a place to get a bowl of soup. See this: Japanese Bath House

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Chinese Buddhist terms come from Dictionary of Chinese Buddhist Terms by William Edward Soothill and Lewis Hodous. This is commonly referred to as "Soothill's'". It was first published in 1937 (and is now off copyright so we can use it here). Some of these definitions may be misleading, incomplete, or dated, but 95% of it is good information. Every professor who teaches Buddhism or Eastern Religion has a copy of this on their bookshelf. We incorporated these 16,850 entries into our dictionary database ourselves (it was lot of work).



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