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  *長* | 長* | *長
length / long / forever / always / constantly
HSK 2
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  *廠* | 廠* | *廠
factory / yard / depot / workhouse / works / (industrial) plant
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  *場* | 場* | *場
threshing floor / classifier for events and happenings: spell, episode, bout
HSK 4
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  *場* | 場* | *場
large place used for a specific purpose / stage / scene (of a play) / classifier for sporting or recreational activities / classifier for number of exams
HSK 4
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  *常* | 常* | *常
surname Chang
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  *常* | 常* | *常
always / ever / often / frequently / common / general / constant
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  *昌* | 昌* | *昌
surname Chang
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  *昌* | 昌* | *昌
prosperous / flourishing
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  *唱* | 唱* | *唱
to sing / to call loudly / to chant
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  *腸* | 腸* | *腸
intestines
Chang'an (ancient name of Xi'an 西安) capital of China during Tang Dynasty 唐朝 / now 長安區|长安区, a district of Xi'an
Three Gorges on the Chang Jiang or Yangtze, namely: Qutang Gorge 瞿塘峽|瞿塘峡, Wuxia Gorge 巫峽|巫峡 and Xiling Gorge 西陵峽|西陵峡 / Sanxia or Sanhsia town in New Taipei City 新北市, Taiwan
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  *嚐* | 嚐* | *嚐
variant of 嘗|尝 / to taste / to experience
HSK 4
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  *暢* | 暢* | *暢
free / unimpeded / smooth / at ease / free from worry / fluent
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  *倘* | 倘* | *倘
see 倘佯
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  *償* | 償* | *償
to repay / to compensate for / to recompense / to fulfill (hopes etc)
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  *嘗* | 嘗* | *嘗
to taste / to try / to experience / already / ever / once
HSK 4
Yangtze River, or Chang Jiang
Chang'an county in Handan 邯鄲|邯郸, Hebei
Su Tseng-chang (1947-), Taiwanese DPP politician
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  *昶* | 昶* | *昶
(of the day) long / old variant of 暢|畅
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  *萇* | 萇* | *萇
surname Chang
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  *萇* | 萇* | *萇
plant mentioned in Book of Songs, uncertainly identified as carambola or star fruit (Averrhoa carambola)
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  *敞* | 敞* | *敞
open to the view of all / spacious / to open wide / to disclose
Chang'e, the lady in the moon (Chinese mythology) / one of the Chang'e series of PRC lunar spacecraft
Chang Chen (1976-), Taiwanese film actor
Frank Chang-ting Hsieh (1946-), Taiwanese DPP politician, mayor of Kaohsiung 1998-2005
Angela Chang (1982-), Taiwanese pop singer and actress
Chang'an county in Handan 邯鄲|邯郸, Hebei
Cho Chang (Harry Potter)
Chang Dai-chien or Zhang Daqian (1899-1983), one of the greatest Chinese artists of the 20th century
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  *裳* | 裳* | *裳
lower garment / skirts / petticoats / garments
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  *娼* | 娼* | *娼
prostitute
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  *倡* | 倡* | *倡
to initiate / to instigate / to introduce / to lead
Li Hung-chang or Li Hongzhang (1823-1901), Qing dynasty general, politician and diplomat
Eileen Chang (1920-1995), famous Chinese-American novelist
Ngawa Tibetan and Qiang autonomous prefecture (Tibetan: rnga ba bod rigs cha'ng rigs rang skyong khul, formerly in Kham province of Tibet), northwest Sichuan, capital Barkam 馬爾康鎮|马尔康镇 / also Ngawa county
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  *悵* | 悵* | *悵
regretful / upset / despair / depressed
street name in ancient Chang'an synonymous with brothel area / red-light district
chang pao (traditional Chinese men's robe) / gown / robe / CL:
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  *錩* | 錩* | *錩
metal utensil / mounting / fitting
Li Hung-chang or Li Hongzhang (1823-1901), Qing dynasty general, politician and diplomat
Dae Chang Kum, a Korean Drama (GM)
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  *鯧* | 鯧* | *鯧
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  *甞* | 甞* | *甞
old variant of 嘗|尝
HSK 4
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  *嫦* | 嫦* | *嫦
a legendary beauty who flew to the moon / the lady in the moon
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  *厰* | 厰* | *厰
variant of 廠|厂
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  *倀* | 倀* | *倀
ghost of sb devoured by a tiger who helps the tiger devour others
Mao: The Unknown Story by Jung Chang 張戎|张戎 and Jon Halliday
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  *閶* | 閶* | *閶
gate of heaven / gate of palace
Chang'an District of Xi’an 西安市, Shaanxi / Chang'an District of Shijiazhuang City 石家莊市|石家庄市, Hebei
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  *塲* | 塲* | *塲
variant of 場|场
HSK 4
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  *塲* | 塲* | *塲
variant of 場|场
HSK 4
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  *鋹* | 鋹* | *鋹
sharp / a keen edge / sharp point
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  *徜* | 徜* | *徜
sit cross-legged / walk back and forth
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  *惝* | 惝* | *惝
disappointed / listless / frightened / also pr. [tang3]
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  *氅* | 氅* | *氅
overcoat
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  *猖* | 猖* | *猖
ferocious
Houyi, mythological Chinese archer whose wife was Chang'e
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  *镸* | 镸* | *镸
"long" or "to grow" radical in Chinese characters (Kangxi radical 168)
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  *誯* | 誯* | *誯
(old) variant of / to sing
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  *韔* | 韔* | *韔
bow bag
Ngawa Tibetan and Qiang autonomous prefecture (Tibetan: rnga ba bod rigs cha'ng rigs rang skyong khul, formerly in Kham province of Tibet), northwest Sichuan, capital Barkam 馬爾康鎮|马尔康镇
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  *膓* | 膓* | *膓
old variant of 腸|肠
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  *鱨* | 鱨* | *鱨
Bagridae (catfish family)
Chang'an University
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  *鬯* | 鬯* | *鬯
sacrificial spirit
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  *菖* | 菖* | *菖
see 菖蒲
John Chang (Taiwan Foreign Minister)
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  *鼚* | 鼚* | *鼚
sound of drum
Haojing (in modern Shaanxi, northwest of Chang'an county), capital of Western Zhou from c. 1050 BC
Chang River, Jiangxi
The Sing-Song Girls of Shanghai by Han Bangqing 韓邦慶|韩邦庆, long novel of lower life in Classical Chinese and Jiangsu vernacular / translated into Putonghua as 海上花 by Iris Chang
Iris Chang (1968-2004), Chinese American historian and author of the Rape of Nanjing
Chang-lin Tien (1935-2002), Chinese-American professor and chancellor of the University of California, Berkeley 1990-1997
Zhang Chang, official and scholar of the Western Han dynasty
Lee Chang-ho (1975-), South Korean Go player
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  *䠀* | 䠀* | *䠀
to squat / to sit
Wild Swans, family autobiography by British-Chinese writer Jung Chang 張戎|张戎 / alternative title 鴻|鸿, after the author's original name 張二鴻|张二鸿
Jung Chang (1952-), British-Chinese writer, name at birth Zhang Erhong 張二鴻|张二鸿, author of Wild Swans 野天鵝|野天鹅 and Mao: The Unknown Story 毛澤東·鮮為人知的故事|毛泽东·鲜为人知的故事
Lee Hoi-chang (1935-), South Korean politician
The Rape of Nanking (1997 documentary book by Iris Chang 張純如|张纯如)
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  *㦂* | 㦂* | *㦂
old variant of
Chang Beer
Jung Chang 張戎|张戎 (1952-), British-Chinese writer, author of Wild Swans 野天鵝|野天鹅 and Mao: The Unknown Story 毛澤東·鮮為人知的故事|毛泽东·鲜为人知的故事
Ngawa Tibetan and Qiang autonomous prefecture (Tibetan: rnga ba bod rigs cha'ng rigs rang skyong khul, formerly in Kham province of Tibet), northwest Sichuan, capital Barkam 馬爾康鎮|马尔康镇


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