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  *班* | 班* | *班
team / class / squad / work shift / ranking / CL: 個|个 / classifier for groups of people and scheduled transport vehicles
HSK 3
scheduled flight / flight number / plane / scheduled sailing / sailing number / passenger ship
HSK 4
Spain
to go to work / to be on duty / to start work / to go to the office
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  *班* | 班* | *班
surname Ban
to work a shift / on duty
Spanish language
office workers (as social group)
to start and finish work
to finish work / to get off work
class (group of students) / grade (in school)
cram class / cram school / evening classes
to arrange (shifts, runs, classes etc) in order
class monitor / squad leader / team leader / CL: 個|个
day shift
to follow the prescribed order; to keep to the working routine (idiom)
to work overtime
grade / class number (in school) / flight or run number / flight or run (seen as an item) / shift (work period)
successor
training class
Spaniard / Spanish person
airliner / (regular) flight / CL: , ,
shift working
Spanish (language)
early shift / morning work shift
tai-pan / business executive / foreign business manager / top class of kindergarten or school grade
teacher in charge of a class
attendant / footman (servant)
night shift
day shift
to take over (from those working the previous shift) / to take over (in a leadership role etc) / to succeed sb
ordinary members of theatrical troupe
classmate
class meeting (in schools)
original cast / former team
rush hour
overtime pay
group or team (in factories etc)
to group students into classes / to divide people (staff members etc) into groups
to be in the same class / to be in the same squad / classmate
to check on sb at his workplace / to come to a movie set to visit one of the actors
regular bus (service)
Bangalore, capital of southwest Indian state Karnataka 卡納塔克邦|卡纳塔克邦
tutorial class / remedial class / preparatory course
organized group / theatrical troupe
supervisor / foreman / head waiter or waitress
Brisbane, capital of Queensland, Australia
to hand over to the next workshift
to divide people into groups, teams, squads etc
to change shift / the next work shift / to relieve (a workman on the previous shift) / to take over the job
schedule (for flight, voyage etc)
last bus or train / last chance
preschool
intensive course / crash course
(in the) class
to skip work / to sneak out of work early
Dolce & Gabbana (fashion)
to change shifts / to work in turns
to join a class partway through the course
the most handsome boy in the class
Banks (surname) / Banksy (UK artist)
three-shift system (work rostering)
the whole class
to withdraw troops from the front / to return in triumph
Lu Ban, legendary master craftsman, called the father of Chinese carpentry
class of underachievers / dunces' class (Tw)
jail
to work one's shift
(Tw) class representative / class president
Durban (city in South Africa)
to repeat a year in school
Panchen (Lama) / abbr. for 班禪額爾德尼|班禅额尔德尼
to display one's slight skill before an expert (idiom)
Ban Gu (32-92), Eastern Han dynasty historian, wrote the Dynastic History of Western Han 漢書|汉书
after-school program
choir
instructional workshop
Ban Chao (33-102), noted Han diplomat and military man
to change shift
regular passenger or cargo ship / regular steamship service
to take over sb else's job / to substitute for
Binche (Belgian city)
Port-of-Spain, capital of Trinidad and Tobago
a routine meeting of a squad / team or class
Baingoin county, Tibetan: Dpal mgon rdzong, in Nagchu prefecture 那曲地區|那曲地区, central Tibet
flight schedule
variant of 斑白
Bunbury, coastal city in Western Australia / Banbury, town in Oxfordshire, England
to act as substitute / to fill in for sb
Bangui, capital of Central African Republic (Tw)
(old) footman / servant
variant of 斑駁|斑驳
Banksy (British street artist)
small, poorly-equipped theatrical troupe that tours small towns and villages / (fig.) makeshift band of individuals / rough and ready outfit
Banda Aceh, capital of Aceh province of Indonesia in northwest Sumatra
(Tw) to take over sb's job / to substitute for
spot baldness (alopecia areata)
Banjul, capital of Gambia (Tw)
Bunbury, coastal city in Western Australia

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