fàng
v. to release, to set free; to loan; to enlarge; to lay aside; to cause to fall down; to put in; to readjust oneself
Other meanings
[fàng]   v. to put, to place; to give out, to send out; to dismiss; to pasture; to set off, let off
[fàng]   char. to play, to show (e.g. music, video, movie...); to let oneself go; to banish; (of flowers) to blossom, to bloom
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Simplified stroke orders are based on the 'Standard of National Commonly-used Mandarin Chinese Characters (现代汉语通用字笔顺规范)', issued by the China National Language and Character Working Committee (国家语言文字工作委员会) on April 7th 1997. Traditional stroke orders are based on information issued by the Taiwan Ministry of Education.
EXAMPLES
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tā bǎ yào piàn yā chéng fěn mò fàng zài tāng lǐ .
phr. He crushed the pill into powder and put it into the soup.
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wǒ men zàn qié bǎ tā fàng yí fàng ba .
phr. Let's put it off for the time being.
fàng yán sháo xǔ
phr. put a little salt in
fàng xia
v. put down, lay down
fàng kāi
v. unleash, release
fàng huà
v. send out words to..., spread the message to...
fàng dài
v. (economics) lending
jīng jì fàng huǎn
phr. economic slowdown
fàng hǔ guī shān
phr. set the tiger free back to the mountains -- lay troubles for the future, sow the seeds of calamity
fàng màn
phr. slow down
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ná de qǐ , fàng de xià
idiom. can accept whatever happens to one
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fàng dà yì diǎnr
phr. to enlarge a bit, to magnify a bit
fàng shù
phr. to cut down trees