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There are 36 total results for your impartial search.

Characters Pronunciation
Simple Dictionary Definition


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gōng píng
    gong1 ping2
kung p`ing
    kung ping
 kouhei / kohe

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Fair / Impartial
fair; impartial
(noun or adjectival noun) fairness; impartiality; justice; objectivity; (surname, given name) Kōhei


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píng děng
    ping2 deng3
p`ing teng
    ping teng
 byoudou / byodo

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equal; equality
(n,adj-na,adj-no) equality; impartiality; evenness; (place-name) Byoudou
sama; samatā. Level, even, everywhere the same, universal, without partiality; it especially refers to the Buddha in his universal; impartial, and equal attitude towards all beings.



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dà gōng wú sī
    da4 gong1 wu2 si1
ta kung wu ssu

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Unselfish: Perfectly Impartial
selfless; impartial


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zhōng zhōng
    zhong1 zhong1
chung chung
middling; average; impartial; (Hong Kong) secondary school that uses Chinese as the medium of instruction ("CMI school")
(adv,adj-na) (1) (kana only) very; considerably; easily; readily; fairly; quite; highly; rather; (adverb) (2) (kana only) by no means (with negative verb); not readily; (3) middle; half-way point; (can be adjective with の) (4) (kana only) excellent; wonderful; very good
middling of the middling


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piān zhèng
    pian1 zheng4
p`ien cheng
    pien cheng
prejudiced and impartial


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 kouhyou / kohyo
popular opinion; popular reputation; impartial criticism


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(noun or adjectival noun) strict; rigid; exact; fair; impartial; (personal name) Itsumasa



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yán míng
    yan2 ming2
yen ming
strict and impartial; firm


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jun děng
    jun1 deng3
chün teng
 kintou / kinto
equal; impartial; fair
(adj-na,adj-no,n) equal (distribution, treatment, level, etc.); even; uniform


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dà gōng
    da4 gong1
ta kung
 taikou / taiko
grand duke; impartial
(noun - becomes adjective with の) archduke



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kè guān
    ke4 guan1
k`o kuan
    ko kuan
objective; impartial


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jū zhōng
    ju1 zhong1
chü chung
 kyochuu / kyochu
positioned between (two parties); to mediate between
(n,vs,adj-no) being in the middle; being impartial; standing between two things; (personal name) Kyochuu


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píng míng
    ping2 ming2
p`ing ming
    ping ming
 heimei / heme
(literary) dawn; daybreak; impartial and astute
(noun or adjectival noun) clear; simple; (personal name) Heimei



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bǎi píng
    bai3 ping2
pai p`ing
    pai ping
to be fair; to be impartial; to settle (a matter etc)


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pǔ zhì
    pu3 zhi4
p`u chih
    pu chih
universal (or impartial) wisdom



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wú sè
    wu2 se4
wu se
(adj-no,n) (1) colourless; colorless; achromatic; (adj-no,n) (2) neutral (position); impartial
arūpa, formless, shapeless, immaterial.


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chāo rán
    chao1 ran2
ch`ao jan
    chao jan
 chounen / chonen
aloof; detached; disinterested; impartial
(adj-t,adv-to) detached; aloof; indifferent; (personal name) Chōnen



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sān fú yè
    san1 fu2 ye4
san fu yeh
 san fukugō
The three things that bring a happy lot— almsgiving, impartial kindness and Iove, pondering over the demands of the life beyond.


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bù piān xié
    bu4 pian1 xie2
pu p`ien hsieh
    pu pien hsieh
not leaning to one side; impartial; even-handed


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píng děng xīn
    ping2 deng3 xin1
p`ing teng hsin
    ping teng hsin
 byōdō shin
An impartial mind, 'no respecter of persons, ' not loving one and hating another.


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píng děng fǎ
    ping2 deng3 fa3
p`ing teng fa
    ping teng fa
 byōdō hō
The universal or impartial truth that all become Buddha, 一切衆生平等成佛.


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píng děng wáng
    ping2 deng3 wang2
p`ing teng wang
    ping teng wang
 byōdō ō
Yama, the impartial or just judge and awarder. But the name is also applied to one of the Ten Rulers of the Underworld, distinct from Yama. Also, name of the founder of the kṣatriya caste, to which the Śākyas belonged.



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píng děng jué
    ping2 deng3 jue2
p`ing teng chüeh
    ping teng chüeh
 byōdō gaku
A Buddha's universal and impartial perception, his absolute intuition above the laws of differentiation.


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 akubyoudou / akubyodo
(noun or adjectival noun) misguided equality; misconceived equality; leaning over backwards to be impartial


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pǔ zhì zūn
    pu3 zhi4 zun1
p`u chih tsun
    pu chih tsun
 fuchi son
a venerable one who possesses universal (or impartial) wisdom


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pǔ děng xīn
    pu3 deng3 xin1
p`u teng hsin
    pu teng hsin
 fudō shin
an impartial mind


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bù piān bù yǐ
    bu4 pian1 bu4 yi3
pu p`ien pu i
    pu pien pu i
even-handed; impartial; unbiased; exact; just


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 kouseimushi / kosemushi
(noun or adjectival noun) fair and impartial; just and unselfish


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shǒu zhèng bù ē
    shou3 zheng4 bu4 e1
shou cheng pu o
to be strictly just and impartial



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píng děng fēng lún
    ping2 deng3 feng1 lun2
p`ing teng feng lun
    ping teng feng lun
 byōdō furin
Wind-wheel of Impartial [Abode]



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míng jìng gāo xuán
    ming2 jing4 gao1 xuan2
ming ching kao hsüan
perspicacious and impartial in judgment (idiom)


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unselfish and impartial (disinterested)



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tiě miàn wú sī
    tie3 mian4 wu2 si1
t`ieh mien wu ssu
    tieh mien wu ssu
strictly impartial and incorruptible (idiom)


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yī wǎn shuǐ duān píng
    yi1 wan3 shui3 duan1 ping2
i wan shui tuan p`ing
    i wan shui tuan ping
lit. to hold a bowl of water level (idiom); fig. to be impartial


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(adjective) (1) light; well-lit; well-lighted; (adjective) (2) bright (of a colour); brightly-coloured; brightly-colored; (adjective) (3) cheerful; bright; spirited; sunny (e.g. disposition); (adjective) (4) encouraging (for the future of a project, etc.); promising; of fair prospects; (adjective) (5) (as 〜に明るい) familiar (with); knowledgeable (about); well versed (in); (adjective) (6) fair (e.g. politics); clean; impartial


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(adjective) (1) light; well-lit; well-lighted; (adjective) (2) bright (of a colour); brightly-coloured; brightly-colored; (adjective) (3) cheerful; bright; spirited; sunny (e.g. disposition); (adjective) (4) encouraging (for the future of a project, etc.); promising; of fair prospects; (adjective) (5) (as 〜に明るい) familiar (with); knowledgeable (about); well versed (in); (adjective) (6) fair (e.g. politics); clean; impartial

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

This page contains 36 results for "impartial" in Chinese and/or Japanese.

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Apparently, we were the first ones who were crazy enough to think that western people might want a combined Chinese, Japanese, and Buddhist dictionary.

A lot of westerners can't tell the difference between Chinese and Japanese - and there is a reason for that. Chinese characters and even whole words were borrowed by Japan from the Chinese language in the 5th century. Much of the time, if a word or character is used in both languages, it will have the same or a similar meaning. However, this is not always true. Language evolves, and meanings independently change in each language.

Example: The Chinese character 湯 for soup (hot water) has come to mean bath (hot water) in Japanese. They have the same root meaning of "hot water", but a 湯屋 sign on a bathhouse in Japan would lead a Chinese person to think it was a "soup house" or a place to get a bowl of soup. See this: Japanese Bath House

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