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fàn guǎn
n. restaurant, luncheonette

Simplified Chinese

Traditional Chinese

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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wó wǔ fàn zài yì jiā fàn guǎn chī de .
phr. I had my lunch in a restaurant. (emphasizing the location); It was in a restaurant that I had lunch.
kāi fàn guǎn
v. to operate or manage a restaurant
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zhè jiā fàn guǎn de shǒu lā miàn hén hǎo chī
phr. The hand-pulled noodle in this restaurant is very delicious.
wǒ qù le nèi ge zhōng guó fàn guǎn
phr. I went to that Chinese restaurant
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rén men zài fàn guǎn chī fàn shí , xǐ huan dú zhàn yì zhāng zhuō zi
phr. When one dines in a restaurant, one likes to take one table for oneself.
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fù jìn yǒu shén me hǎo de fàn guǎn ?
phr. What good restaurants are there around here?
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wǒ bù huí jiā chī fàn le , hé tóng xué zài fàn guán lǐ chī
phr. I won't go home to eat; (I) will eat with a classmate in a restaurant.
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zhè jiā fàn guǎnr de bāo zi wèi dào fēi cháng hǎo .
phr. The steamed buns of this restaurant taste very good.
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wǒ zài fàn guǎn zuò fú wù yuán .
phr. I am a waiter (or waitress) in a restaurant.
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wó tǎo yàn zài fàn guǎn chī fàn .
phr. I hate eating in the restaurant.