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chè / che4
ch`e / che
 tetsu / みち
 Scroll
thorough; penetrating; to pervade; to pass through
(personal name) Michi
Penetrate, pervious, perspicacious; throughout; communal; penetrating

杯水車薪


杯水车薪

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bēi shuǐ chē xīn / bei1 shui3 che1 xin1
pei shui ch`e hsin / pei shui che hsin
lit. a cup of water on a burning cart of firewood (idiom); fig. an utterly inadequate measure

see styles
chè / che4
ch`e / che
to crack; to split; to break; to chap

see styles
chè / che4
ch`e / che
plants sprouting

see styles
chě / che3
ch`e / che
to pull; to tear; (of cloth, thread etc) to buy; to chat; to gossip; (coll.) (Tw) ridiculous; hokey

see styles
chè / che4
ch`e / che
 sei
to pull; to draw; to pull back; to withdraw; to flash past
to pull

see styles
chè / che4
ch`e / che
 tetsu / てつ
to remove; to take away; to withdraw
(female given name) Tetsu


see styles
chě / che3
ch`e / che
variant of 扯[che3]; to pull; to tear

see styles
chè / che4
ch`e / che
clear (water); thorough


see styles
chē / che1
ch`e / che
Tridacna gigas

see styles
qiè / qie4
ch`ieh / chieh
see 藒車|藒车[qie4 che1]

see styles
zǒu / zou3
tsou
 sou / so / そう
to walk; to go; to run; to move (of vehicle); to visit; to leave; to go away; to die (euph.); from; through; away (in compound verbs, such as 撤走[che4 zou3]); to change (shape, form, meaning)
(suffix) run; race; (female given name) Ran
To walk, go; to run

三車


三车

see styles
sān chē / san1 che1
san ch`e / san che
 sansha
triyāna. 三乘 or 三乘法門 (1) The three vehicles across saṃsāra into nirvāṇa, i.e. the carts offered by the father in the Lotus Sutra to lure his children out of the burning house: (a) goat carts, representing śrāvakas; (b) deer carts, pratyekabuddhas; (c) bullock carts, bodhisattvas. (2) The three principal schools of Buddhism— Hīnayāna, Madhyamayāna, Mahāyāna; three carts

上車


上车

see styles
shàng chē / shang4 che1
shang ch`e / shang che
to get on or into (a bus, train, car etc)

下車


下车

see styles
xià chē / xia4 che1
hsia ch`e / hsia che
 gesha / げしゃ
to get off or out of (a bus, train, car etc)
(noun/participle) (See 降車・こうしゃ) (ant: 乗車・じょうしゃ) alighting (from a train, bus, etc.); getting off; getting out (of a car)

乘車


乘车

see styles
chéng chē / cheng2 che1
ch`eng ch`e / cheng che
to ride (in a car or carriage); to drive; to motor

九徹


九彻

see styles
jiǔ chè / jiu3 che4
chiu ch`e / chiu che
 kutetsu
The nine penetrating fames of the sword of Acala, 不動明王, emblem of the destruction of illusions and hindrances in the nine realms, v. 九地; also used for the 九尊 q.v; nine penetrations

交徹


交彻

see styles
jiāo chè / jiao1 che4
chiao ch`e / chiao che
 kyōtetsu
interpenetration

伎車


伎车

see styles
jì chē / ji4 che1
chi ch`e / chi che
 gisha
a carriage for amusement

余車


余车

see styles
yú chē / yu2 che1
yü ch`e / yü che
emperor's carriage

侵徹


侵彻

see styles
qīn chè / qin1 che4
ch`in ch`e / chin che
(of a projectile) to penetrate (armor etc)

便車


便车

see styles
biàn chē / bian4 che1
pien ch`e / pien che
to hitchhike

修車


修车

see styles
xiū chē / xiu1 che1
hsiu ch`e / hsiu che
to repair a bike (car etc)

倒車


倒车

see styles
dào chē / dao4 che1
tao ch`e / tao che
to reverse (a vehicle); to drive backwards

停車


停车

see styles
tíng chē / ting2 che1
t`ing ch`e / ting che
 teisha / tesha / ていしゃ
to pull up (stop one's vehicle); to park; (of a machine) to stop working; to stall
(noun/participle) (ant: 発車・はっしゃ) stopping (of a train, car, etc.); stop

充車


充车

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chōng chē / chong1 che1
ch`ung ch`e / chung che
to be transported to a distant place for penal servitude; to banish

光徹


光彻

see styles
guāng chè / guang1 che4
kuang ch`e / kuang che
 kōtetsu / こうてつ
(given name) Koutetsu
brilliant

公車


公车

see styles
gōng chē / gong1 che1
kung ch`e / kung che
bus; abbr. for 公共汽車|公共汽车[gong1 gong4 qi4 che1]; car belonging to an organization and used by its members (government car, police car, company car etc); abbr. for 公務用車|公务用车[gong1 wu4 yong4 che1]

六藝


六艺

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liù yì / liu4 yi4
liu i
the Confucian Six Arts, namely: rites or etiquette 禮|礼[li3] (禮儀|礼仪[li3 yi2]), music 樂|乐[yue3] (音樂|音乐[yin1 yue4]), archery 射[she4] (射箭[she4 jian4]), charioteering 御[yu4] (駕車|驾车[jia4 che1]), calligraphy or literacy 書|书[shu1] (識字|识字[shi2 zi4]), mathematics or reckoning 數|数[shu4] (計算|计算[ji4 suan4]); another name for the Six Classics 六經|六经[Liu4 jing1]

冏徹


冏彻

see styles
jiǒng chè / jiong3 che4
chiung ch`e / chiung che
bright and easily understood; clear; transparent

凱徹


凯彻

see styles
kǎi chè / kai3 che4
k`ai ch`e / kai che
variant of 愷撒|恺撒, Caesar (emperor)

出車


出车

see styles
chū chē / chu1 che1
ch`u ch`e / chu che
 desha / でしゃ
to dispatch a vehicle; (of a vehicle or its driver) to set off
(surname) Desha

列車


列车

see styles
liè chē / lie4 che1
lieh ch`e / lieh che
 ressha / れっしゃ
(railway) train
train; railway train

利車


利车

see styles
lì chē / li4 che1
li ch`e / li che
 Risha
Licchavi

剎車


刹车

see styles
shā chē / sha1 che1
sha ch`e / sha che
to brake (when driving); to stop; to switch off; to check (bad habits); a brake

加車


加车

see styles
jiā chē / jia1 che1
chia ch`e / chia che
extra bus or train

劫車


劫车

see styles
jié chē / jie2 che1
chieh ch`e / chieh che
to carjack; carjacking

動車


动车

see styles
dòng chē / dong4 che1
tung ch`e / tung che
power car; multiple-unit train (abbr. for 動車組|动车组)

包車


包车

see styles
bāo chē / bao1 che1
pao ch`e / pao che
hired car; chartered car

北汽

see styles
běi qì / bei3 qi4
pei ch`i / pei chi
Beijing Automobile Works (BAW); abbr. for 北京汽車製造廠有限公司|北京汽车制造厂有限公司[Bei3 jing1 Qi4 che1 Zhi4 zao4 chang3 You3 xian4 Gong1 si1]

卡車


卡车

see styles
kǎ chē / ka3 che1
k`a ch`e / ka che
truck; CL:輛|辆[liang4]

參徹


参彻

see styles
cān chè / can1 che4
ts`an ch`e / tsan che
 santetsu
to awaken under the guidance of a Buddhist master

叉車


叉车

see styles
chā chē / cha1 che1
ch`a ch`e / cha che
forklift truck; CL:臺|台[tai2]

叫車


叫车

see styles
jiào chē / jiao4 che1
chiao ch`e / chiao che
to call a cab (by phone); to request a ride (via an app)

吊車


吊车

see styles
diào chē / diao4 che1
tiao ch`e / tiao che
hoist; crane; elevator

喜車


喜车

see styles
xǐ chē / xi3 che1
hsi ch`e / hsi che
wedding car; carriage for collecting the bride

單車


单车

see styles
dān chē / dan1 che1
tan ch`e / tan che
(coll.) bike; bicycle (esp. bike-share bicycle)

四車


四车

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sì chē / si4 che1
ssu ch`e / ssu che
 yotsu no kuruma / よつぐるま
(surname) Yotsuguruma
The four vehicles 四乘 of the Lotus Sutra 譬喩品, i. e. goat, deer, bullock, and great white-bullock carts; four carts

回車


回车

see styles
huí chē / hui2 che1
hui ch`e / hui che
to turn a vehicle around; (computing) "carriage return" character; the "Enter" key; to hit the "Enter" key

圮坼

see styles
pǐ chè / pi3 che4
p`i ch`e / pi che
 bitaku
to fall apart

坐車


坐车

see styles
zuò chē / zuo4 che1
tso ch`e / tso che
to take the car, bus, train etc

堵車


堵车

see styles
dǔ chē / du3 che1
tu ch`e / tu che
traffic jam; (of traffic) to get congested

塞車


塞车

see styles
sāi chē / sai1 che1
sai ch`e / sai che
traffic jam

壓車


压车

see styles
yā chē / ya1 che1
ya ch`e / ya che
variant of 押車|押车[ya1 che1]

大車


大车

see styles
dà chē / da4 che1
ta ch`e / ta che
 daisha / おおぐるま
(surname) Ooguruma
The great bullock-cart in the parable of the burning house, i.e. Mahāyāna, v. Lotus Sutra; great cart

天車


天车

see styles
tiān chē / tian1 che1
t`ien ch`e / tien che
gantry traveling crane

套車


套车

see styles
tào chē / tao4 che1
t`ao ch`e / tao che
to harness (a horse to a cart)

好車


好车

see styles
hǎo chē / hao3 che1
hao ch`e / hao che
 kōsha
a good chariot

妙車


妙车

see styles
miào chē / miao4 che1
miao ch`e / miao che
 myōsha
The wonderful vehicles (mentioned in the Lotus Sutra); marvelous vehicles

守車


守车

see styles
shǒu chē / shou3 che1
shou ch`e / shou che
guard's van (on train); caboose

客車


客车

see styles
kè chē / ke4 che1
k`o ch`e / ko che
 kyakusha(p);kakusha / きゃくしゃ(P);かくしゃ
coach; bus; passenger train
passenger car

寶車


宝车

see styles
bǎo chē / bao3 che1
pao ch`e / pao che
 hōsha
The precious cart (in the Lotus Sutra), i.e. the one vehicle, the Mahāyāna; jeweled cart

專列


专列

see styles
zhuān liè / zhuan1 lie4
chuan lieh
special train; abbr. for 專門列車|专门列车[zhuan1 men2 lie4 che1]

專車


专车

see styles
zhuān chē / zhuan1 che1
chuan ch`e / chuan che
special (or reserved) train (or bus etc); limousine; private car used as a taxi and booked via a smartphone app

小車


小车

see styles
xiǎo chē / xiao3 che1
hsiao ch`e / hsiao che
 koguruma;oguruma / こぐるま;おぐるま
small model car; mini-car; small horse-cart; barrow; wheelbarrow; type of folk dance
(1) (おぐるま only) (archaism) Inula japonica; (2) (archaism) (See 牛車) small cart; small carriage; (3) (こぐるま only) (See 輦車) wheeled palanquin (with a castle-shaped box); (place-name, surname) Oguruma

座車


座车

see styles
zuò chē / zuo4 che1
tso ch`e / tso che
(railway) carriage

庫車


库车

see styles
kù chē / ku4 che1
k`u ch`e / ku che
 Kusha
Kuchar Nahiyisi or Kuche county in Aksu 阿克蘇地區|阿克苏地区, Xinjiang
Kuche, or Karashahr, v. 屈; Kuche

引車


引车

see styles
yǐn chē / yin3 che1
yin ch`e / yin che
to pull a car

彩車


彩车

see styles
cǎi chē / cai3 che1
ts`ai ch`e / tsai che
float (in a parade)

後撤


后撤

see styles
hòu chè / hou4 che4
hou ch`e / hou che
to pull back (an army); to retreat

徹夜


彻夜

see styles
chè yè / che4 ye4
ch`e yeh / che yeh
 tetsuya / てつや
the whole night
(n,vs,adj-no) staying up all night

徹底


彻底

see styles
chè dǐ / che4 di3
ch`e ti / che ti
 tettei / tette / てってい
thorough; thoroughly; complete
(noun/participle) (1) thoroughness; completeness; consistency; (noun/participle) (2) thorough enforcement; seeing to it that a policy, etc. is carried out without exception
thoroughness

徹心


彻心

see styles
chè xīn / che4 xin1
ch`e hsin / che hsin
 tetsushin / てっしん
(given name) Tesshin
To penetrate or reach the heart or mind; to penetrate the mind

徹悟


彻悟

see styles
chè wù / che4 wu4
ch`e wu / che wu
 Tetsugo / てつご
fully aware; to recognize fully
(given name) Tetsugo
Chewu; Chewu

徹查


彻查

see styles
chè chá / che4 cha2
ch`e ch`a / che cha
to investigate thoroughly

徹聽


彻听

see styles
chè tīng / che4 ting1
ch`e t`ing / che ting
 tecchō
to hear (everything and) penetratingly

徹西


彻西

see styles
chè xī / che4 xi1
ch`e hsi / che hsi
Chelsea, suburb of London; Chelsea football club

徹骨


彻骨

see styles
chè gǔ / che4 gu3
ch`e ku / che ku
to the bone; to the marrow; fig. to a very large degree

快車


快车

see styles
kuài chē / kuai4 che1
k`uai ch`e / kuai che
express (train, bus etc)

性徹


性彻

see styles
xìng chè / xing4 che4
hsing ch`e / hsing che
 Shōtetsu
Seong Cheol; Seong Cheol

意車


意车

see styles
yì chē / yi4 che1
i ch`e / i che
 isha
The mind vehicle, the vehicle of intellectual consciousness, the imagination; one's heart's joy

愷徹


恺彻

see styles
kǎi chè / kai3 che4
k`ai ch`e / kai che
variant of 愷撒|恺撒, Caesar (emperor) used by Yan Fu 嚴復|严复

慢車


慢车

see styles
màn chē / man4 che1
man ch`e / man che
local bus or train; slow train with many stops

慧徹


慧彻

see styles
huì chè / hui4 che4
hui ch`e / hui che
 Etetsu
Hyecheol; Hyecheol

戎車


戎车

see styles
róng chē / rong2 che1
jung ch`e / jung che
military vehicle

戰車


战车

see styles
zhàn chē / zhan4 che1
chan ch`e / chan che
war chariot; tank

房車


房车

see styles
fáng chē / fang2 che1
fang ch`e / fang che
recreational vehicle

手掣

see styles
shǒu chè / shou3 che4
shou ch`e / shou che
handbrake; game controller (Cantonese)

扒車


扒车

see styles
bā chē / ba1 che1
pa ch`e / pa che
to pull oneself up onto a moving vehicle

打車


打车

see styles
dǎ chē / da3 che1
ta ch`e / ta che
to take a taxi (in town); to hitch a lift

扯住

see styles
chě zhù / che3 zhu4
ch`e chu / che chu
to grasp firmly

扯平

see styles
chě píng / che3 ping2
ch`e p`ing / che ping
to make even; to balance; (fig.) to be even; to call it quits

扯淡

see styles
chě dàn / che3 dan4
ch`e tan / che tan
to talk nonsense

扯皮

see styles
chě pí / che3 pi2
ch`e p`i / che pi
to wrangle; wrangling

扯直

see styles
chě zhí / che3 zhi2
ch`e chih / che chih
to straighten (by pulling or stretching); to be even (neither side losing out)

扯破

see styles
chě pò / che3 po4
ch`e p`o / che po
tear apart

扯蛋

see styles
chě dàn / che3 dan4
ch`e tan / che tan
variant of 扯淡[che3 dan4]

扯裂

see styles
chě liè / che3 lie4
ch`e lieh / che lieh
rip

扯談


扯谈

see styles
chě tán / che3 tan2
ch`e t`an / che tan
to talk nonsense (dialect)

扯謊


扯谎

see styles
chě huǎng / che3 huang3
ch`e huang / che huang
to tell a lie

Entries with 2nd row of characters: The 2nd row is Simplified Chinese.

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