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  *鍋* | 鍋* | *鍋
pot / pan / boiler / CL: , 隻|只
HSK 5
HSK 6
hotpot
electric rice cooker (Tw)
(slang) (neologism derived from 背黑鍋|背黑锅) to carry the can / to be a scapegoat
pressure cooker
a deep fryer
stew pot / stew pan / saucepan
shabu-shabu (loanword) / Japanese hot pot
a big wok / cauldron
to be made a scapegoat / to be unjustly blamed
frying pan
to cook again / to rewarm food
steamer
wok / frying pan
frying pan
non-stick pan (Tw)
pressure cooker (Tw)
casserole / earthenware pot
to season a wok / to take the lid off a pot / (of the contents of a pot) to start to boil / (fig.) to become rowdy
(Internet slang) to shift the blame / to pass the buck
iron cooking pot
a still (for distilling alcohol)
claypot (used in cooking)
hot pot containing stinky tofu and other ingredients (Taiwanese dish)
electric rice cooker
variant of 砂鍋|砂锅
"mandarin ducks" pot (hot pot with a divider, containing spicy soup on one side, mild soup on the other)
(dialect) to set up separate households / (sports etc) to analyze the reasons for a defeat
pressure cooker
to casserole / to stew / vacuum flask / cooker
fondue
paper hot pot (hot pot using a single-use pot made of Japanese washi paper with a special coating to prevent burning and leaking, used for cooking at the dining table)
to fail
colander
steamer (for cooking)
to block a shot (basketball)
reaction pot (chemical engineering) / cauldron (at Hogwarts 霍格沃茨)
lit. to climb mountains of swords and enter cauldrons of boiling oil (idiom) / fig. to go through trials and tribulations
colander / strainer / sieve / leaky pot
non-stick pan
pan
cooking pot
don't act until the time is ripe (idiom)
dish containing a variety of meats and vegetables arranged in a broth in a clay pot / chafing dish
tinker / artisan who fixes leaky pots
humpbacked (e.g. a bridge) / in the form of an arch / a hunchback
one ladle (of sth bad) spoils the (whole) pot (idiom) / one bad apple spoils the barrel


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