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restaurant / hotel / CL: , 個|个
(cooked) rice
  *饭* | 饭* | *饭
cooked rice / CL: / meal / CL: 頓|顿 / (loanword) fan / devotee
to have a meal / to eat / to make a living
to prepare a meal / to cook
fried rice / (slang) (Tw) to have sex
evening meal / dinner / supper / CL: , 頓|顿, ,
rice ball (steamed rice formed into a ball and stuffed with various fillings) / onigiri (Japanese-style rice ball)
plain cooked rice (as opposed to rice porridge)
New Year's Eve family dinner
rice bowl / fig. livelihood / job / way of making a living
breakfast / CL: , 頓|顿, ,
electric rice cooker
fan community / fandom
lunch / CL: , 頓|顿, ,
bibimbap (Korean cuisine)
dinner party / banquet
lunchbox / mess tin
dining table
to cook
restaurant / CL:
dining hall / canteen / cafeteria
leisure time (over a cup of tea, after a meal etc)
meal in a partitioned box
rice with meat and vegetables
leftover food
to serve a meal
to get or supply meals for a monthly rate / to board / to cater
simple home-style meal / common occurrence / nothing out of the ordinary
rice tub (from which cooked rice or other food is served) / (fig.) fathead / a good-for-nothing
dining room / dining hall / mess hall
amount of food one eats / portion size
secure employment (lit. iron rice bowl)
porridge / gruel
to soak cooked rice in soup or water / cooked rice reheated in boiling water
(lit. and fig.) meal ticket
(coll.) to be incompetent / useless / good-for-nothing
rice with meat and vegetables
an ordinary meal / simple home cooking
to get food at a canteen
gimbap (Korean rice roll similar in appearance to sushi) / kimbap
pilaf (rice dish popular in many parts of the world, including Xinjiang) / pilau
big restaurant
to have eaten and drunk to one's heart's content
the rice is cooked / what's done is done / it's too late to change anything now (idiom)
pilaf (rice dish popular in many parts of the world, including Xinjiang) / pilau
plain cooked rice / rice with nothing to go with it
to work for a living
plain tea and simple food / (fig.) bread and water
to beg (for food or money)
to fill a bowl with rice
(coll.) (of an actor with a bit part) to receive a boxed meal when one's job is done (phrase used e.g. by movie viewers when a character dies)
dining room for young schoolchildren unable to go home for lunch
post cibum (pharm.) / to take (medicine) after a meal
to stir-fry leftover rice / fig. to rehash the same story / to serve up the same old product
one can't function properly on an empty stomach (idiom) / an empty sack cannot stand upright
secure and lucrative job
(coll.) to burst out laughing
farewell dinner party
no thought for tea or rice (idiom); melancholic and suffering / to have no appetite
to make the most of one's youthfulness in one's choice of employment (e.g. modeling)
to push food into one's mouth using chopsticks while holding one's bowl up to one's mouth
meal cooked in a large pot / communal meal / (fig.) system that rewards everyone equally regardless of merit
to ask for food / to beg
food given to Buddhist monks as alms
an unappealing and unsatisfying meal
to eat / to have a meal
to eat plain rice / (fig.) to eat and not pay for it / to sponge off others / to freeload
person hired to lure customers to a restaurant
leftovers from a meal / fig. remnants handed down from others
(fig.) guarantee of financial support for the rest of one's life
egg fried rice
to lose one's job
erhua variant of 飯館|饭馆
to serve (food)
eating comes first, then comes everything else (idiom) (Tw)
food and drink
half-cooked rice / (fig.) half-finished job that is difficult to complete because it was not done properly in the first instance / Taiwan pr. [jia4 sheng5 fan4]
wine sack, food bag (idiom); useless person, only fit for guzzling and boozing
to look for a job
rice dishes (on menu)
"meals prepared at separate stoves", slogan of the program of fiscal decentralization that began in the 1980s in the PRC
walk a hundred steps after each meal and you will live a long life (proverb)
to live as a parasite / doing nothing to earn one's keep
to swell on steaming (of hard rice grain)
to eat depending on the dish (idiom); fig. to act according to actual circumstances / to live within one's means
Xinjiang lamb rice
spoilt tea, leftover food (idiom); remains after a meal / crumbs from the feast
food coma / postprandial somnolence
cafeteria meal specially prepared for a group of visitors / set meal
lit. to live on dry provisions and wild herbs (idiom) / fig. to live in abject poverty
to roll rice balls
eat depending on the dish, cut cloth according to the body (idiom); to fit the appetite to the dishes and the dress to the figure / to act according to actual circumstances / to live within one's means
have a smoke after each meal and you will surpass the immortals (proverb)

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