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charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *客* | 客* | *客
customer / visitor / guest
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  *東* | 東* | *東
east / host (i.e. sitting on east side of guest) / landlord
HSK 3
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  *桌* | 桌* | *桌
table / desk / classifier for tables of guests at a banquet etc
traveler / tourist / (online gaming) guest player
everybody / all (guests, colleagues etc) / all of you
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  *賓* | 賓* | *賓
visitor / guest / object (in grammar)
drawing room (room for arriving guests) / living room / CL: 間|间
HSK 4
guest room
honored guest / distinguished guest / VIP
tavern / guest house / inn / hotel
esteemed guest / honored guest / guest (on a show)
HSK 5
to see in the New Year / to welcome new guests / by extension, to receive new students
guest / visitor
to receive (guests) / to entertain / reception
HSK 5
guest
visitor / guest / customer / client / CL:
HSK 3
guests / visitors
to start / to put one's hand to / to set about / the seat to the right of the main guest
to appear on stage in an amateur capacity / (of a professional) to make a guest appearance / (fig.) to assume a role outside one's usual duties / to substitute for
hospitality / to treat guests well / to enjoy having guests / hospitable / friendly
HSK 5
to give a dinner party / to entertain guests / to invite to dinner
light bulb / (slang) unwanted third guest
guest house / small hotel
passing traveler / transient guest / sojourner
to welcome a guest / to entertain a customer (of prostitute)
foreign guest / international visitor
lit. inn that kills and robs guests (esp. in traditional fiction) / fig. a scam / protection racket / daylight robbery
to be a guest or visitor
guests feel at home (in a hotel, guest house etc) / a home away from home
to get hyped up in front of an audience / (of children) to play up in front of guests
Feast at Hongmen / (fig.) banquet set up with the aim of murdering a guest / refers to a famous episode in 206 BC when future Han emperor Liu Bang 劉邦|刘邦 escaped attempted murder by his rival Xiang Yu 項羽|项羽
guest of honor
Stay a bit! / Wait a minute! / (to a departing guest) Take care!
(coll.) (Tw) troublesome customer / obnoxious guest (from Taiwanese 漚客|沤客, POJ pr. [àu-kheh])
(polite appellation for a guest at a hotel etc)
to resist / to ward off / to hold one's own / to receive guests
to follow with one's eyes (a departing guest etc)
to put up a guest / to stay overnight
uninvited or unexpected guest
(said by departing guest) no need to see me out
to live in a foreign place / to live somewhere as a guest
disturbing the privacy of bridal room (Chinese custom where guests banter with and play pranks on the newlyweds)
to solicit (guests, clients, passengers etc) / to importune
guest from afar
to receive guests / to receive patrons (of prostitutes)
lit. the guest acts as host (idiom); fig. to turn from passive to active behavior
public lecture (with guest speakers etc)
host and guest
lit. the voice of the guest overwhelms that of the host (idiom) / fig. a minor player upstages the main attraction / minor details obscure the main point / the sauce is better than the fish
to serve tea (to guests)
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *迓* | 迓* | *迓
to receive (as a guest)
to ask a guest to stay / to detain a guest
guest-house / inn
to decline to meet a visitor / to express one's gratitude to one's guests
to be a guest at a dinner party / to be wined and dined (as a bribe)
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  *酢* | 酢* | *酢
toast to host by guest
room to meet guests / parlor
palanquin with eight carriers (idiom); fig. to treat guests with honor
guests / invited friends
guest room
special guest performer (in a show) / special guest appearance (in film credits)
lit. to meet those arriving, to send of those departing (idiom); busy entertaining guests / all time taken over with social niceties
seat (at banquet) / by ext. guest of honor
uninvited (guest) / unexpected (appearance) / unwanted presence
web user / guest user
to entertain a guest
negligent (towards guests)
to offer a cigarette (to a guest)
to take care of / to raise money / to attend to (guests, customers etc)
guest from the same country / internal or domestic visitor (as opposed to international guest 外賓|外宾)
guests filled all the seats (idiom); a house full of distinguished visitors
guests filled the hall (idiom); a house full of distinguished visitors
lit. to open an inn that kills and robs guests (esp. in traditional fiction) / fig. to carry out a scam / to run a protection racket / daylight robbery
guest of honor / host and guests
the Seven Duties of a sovereign, namely: offering sacrifice 祭祀, giving audience 朝覲|朝觐, administering jointly 會同|会同, receiving guests 賓客|宾客, running army 軍旅|军旅, attending to farm work 田役, mourning ceremonial 喪荒|丧荒
guest (to a wedding etc)
to live somewhere as a visitor / to stay with sb as a guest / to sojourn
to receive (guests, clients) / to interact socially with
hotel guest / tenant
male guest at party
visiting professor / guest professor
to arrive without invitation / unexpected guest / unwanted presence
lit. shoes and slippers muddled together (idiom); fig. many guests come and go / a lively party
(of distinguished guest) honor my house (firm etc) with your presence
lit. a chicken and a bottle of wine (idiom); fig. ready to make an offering to the deceased, or to entertain guests
banquet where guests arrive at various times and are served with food as they arrive
lit. a chicken and a bottle of wine (idiom); fig. ready to make an offering to the deceased, or to entertain guests
to treat each other as an honored guest (idiom) / mutual respect between husband and wife
guests filled the hall (idiom); a house full of distinguished visitors
lit. asking guests whether or not to butcher a chicken for them (idiom) / fig. hypocritical show of affection (or hospitality)
lit. to offer three kinds of tea and six different dishes / to be extremely considerate towards guests (idiom)


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