Unicode/Hanzi Search: U+7FFB (翻)

flip over, upset, capsize
Strokes (without radical) 12 Total Strokes 18
Mandarin reading fān Cantonese reading faan1
Japanese on reading hon han Japanese kun reading hirugaeru toru hirugaesu
Korean reading pen Vietnamese reading

CEDICT Entries:

   [ fān ]    to turn over, to flip over, to overturn, to rummage through, to translate, to decode, to double, to climb over or into, to cross
   [ fān zuò ]    to compose, to write words to a tune
   [ fān laí ]    to toss and turn (sleeplessly), again and again
   [ fān gòng ]    to retract testimony, to withdraw a confession
   [ fān xiū ]    to rebuild (house or road), to overhaul
   [ fān beì ]    to double
   [ fān daǒ ]    to overturn, to overthrow, to capsize, to collapse
   [ fān dòng ]    to flip over, to turn (a page), to scroll (an electronic document), to stir (food in a pot etc), to move things about, to rummage
   [ fān yìn ]    to reprint (generally without authorization)
   [ fān juǎn ]    to spin, to whirl around
   [ fān chàng ]    cover song, to cover a song
   [ fān zuǐ ]    to withdraw a remark, to quarrel
   [ fān tiān ]    sky and the earth turning upside down (idiom); fig. complete confusion, everything turned on its head
   [ fān zi quán ]    Fanziquan - "Overturning Fist" - Martial Art
   [ fān shān yuè lǐng ]    lit. to pass over mountain ridges (idiom), fig. hardships of the journey
   [ fān huǐ ]    to renege, to go back (on a deal), to back out (of a promise)
   [ fān shoǔ weí yún shoǔ biàn ]    lit. turning his hand palm up he gathers the clouds, turning his hand palm down he turns them to rain, very powerful and capable (idiom)
   [ fān paī ]    to reproduce photographically, to duplicate, to adapt (as a movie), to remake (a movie), adaptation, reproduction, remake
   [ fān jiǎn ]    to browse and select, to glance through and check
   [ fān ]    to stir up, to turn over
   [ fān xīn ]    to revamp, a face-lift, to retread (a tire), to refurbish (old clothes), newly emerging
   [ fān běn ]    to win back one's money (gambling etc)
   [ fān àn ]    to reverse a verdict, to present different views on a historical person or verdict
   [ fān zhuō ]    to flip a table over (in a fit of anger), (at a restaurant) to turn over a table (i.e. to complete a cycle from the seating of one group of diners until the arrival of another group at the same table)
   [ fān zhuō ]    table turnover rate (in a restaurant)
   [ fān jiǎn ]    to rummage, to look through, to leaf through
   [ fān jiāng daǒ haǐ ]    lit. overturning seas and rivers (idiom), fig. overwhelming, earth-shattering, in a spectacular mess
   [ fān chén ]    to capsize and sink
   [ fān yǒng ]    to roll over and over (of billows or clouds)
   [ fān gǔn ]    to roll, to boil
   [ fān chaǒ ]    to stir-fry
   [ fān rán ]    suddenly and completely (realize, change one's strategy etc), also written 幡然[fan1 ran2]
   [ fān rán huǐ ]    to see the error of one's ways, to make a clean break with one's past
   [ fān qiáng ]    lit. to climb over the wall, fig. to breach the Great Firewall of China
   [ fān bǎn ]    to reprint, reproduction, pirate copy, (fig.) imitation, carbon copy, clone
   [ fān bǎn dié ]    copy of DVD, pirate DVD
   [ fān fān ]    to double, to increase by a certain number of times
   [ fān baí yǎn ]    to roll one's eyes
   [ fān pán ]    to make a comeback, (of a doctor's assessment of the gender of a fetus) to turn out to be wrong
   [ fān kàn ]    to browse, to look over (books)
   [ fān shí ]    (bird species of China) ruddy turnstone (Arenaria interpres)
   [ fān kōng chū ]    to overturn empty convention, and display originality (idiom); new and different ideas
   [ fān jīn doǔ ]    to tumble, to turn a somersault
   [ fān xiāng daǒ guì ]    to overturn trunks and boxes, to make a thorough search (idiom)
   [ fān xiāng daǒ qiè ]    to overturn trunks and boxes, to make a thorough search (idiom)
   [ fān piān ]    to turn a page, (fig.) to turn over a new leaf
   [ fān táng ]    fondant (loanword)
   [ fān laǒ huáng ]    to look to the past for guidance (idiom)
   [ fān laǒ zhàng ]    to turn over old accounts, fig. to revive old quarrels, to reopen old wounds
   [ fān gēng ]    to plow, to turn the soil
   [ fān liǎn ]    to fall out with sb, to become hostile
   [ fān liǎn rèn rén ]    to fall out with sb and become hostile
   [ fān jiù zhàng ]    to turn over old accounts, fig. to revive old quarrels, to reopen old wounds
   [ fān chuán ]    to capsize, (fig.) to suffer a setback or defeat
   [ fān gaì ]    flip-top (mobile phone, handbag etc), to rebuild, to renovate
   [ fān ]    to overturn (a vehicle), to capsize, to turn upside down, to change completely
   [ fān ]    to translate, to interpret, translator, interpreter, translation, interpretation, CL:個|个[ge4],位[wei4],名[ming2]
   [ fān jiā ]    translator (of writings)
   [ fān zhě ]    translator, interpreter
   [ fān yuè ]    to cross, to surmount, to transcend
   [ fān gēn doǔ ]    to turn a somersault
   [ fān gēn tou ]    to turn a somersault
   [ fān shēn ]    to turn over (when lying), (fig.) to free oneself, to emancipate oneself, to bring about a change of one's fortunes
   [ fān chē ]    ocean sunfish (Mola mola)
   [ fān zhuǎn ]    to roll, to turn over, to invert, to flip
   [ fān zaò ]    to rebuild, to renovate
   [ fān biàn ]    to rummage through, to turn everything over, to ransack
   [ fān guò ]    to turn over, to transform
   [ fān guò laí ]    to overturn, to turn upside down
   [ fān kaī ]    to open up
   [ fān yuè ]    to thumb through, to flip through (a book)
   [ fān yún ]    to produce clouds with one turn of the hand and rain with another (idiom); fig. to shift one's ground, tricky and inconstant, to make love
   [ fān lǐng ]    turndown collar, lapel
   [ fān téng ]    to turn over, to surge, to churn, to rummage, raging (torrent)
⇒    [ rén yǎng fān ]    to suffer a crushing defeat (idiom), in a pitiful state, in a complete mess, to roll (with laughter)
⇒    [ daǒ haǐ fān jiāng ]    see 翻江倒海[fan1 jiang1 dao3 hai3]
⇒    [ kōng fān ]    aerial cartwheel, side somersault
⇒    [ qīng fān ]    to overturn, to topple, to tip
⇒    [ doū fān ]    to expose, to turn over
⇒    [ qián kōng fān ]    forward somersault, front flip
⇒    [ tóng shēng fān ]    simultaneous translation
⇒    [ xiàng qián fān téng ]    forward somersault
⇒    [ xiàng hoù fān téng ]    backward somersault
⇒    [ niú fān shēn ]    (Tw) (coll.) earthquake (According to a folk tale, earthquakes are caused by the occasional movements of an ox that lives under the earth.)
⇒    [ tiān fān ]    sky and the earth turning upside down (idiom); fig. complete confusion, everything turned on its head
⇒    [ guān fān ]    (of electronic goods) refurbished
⇒    [ hoù kōng fān ]    backward somersault, backflip
⇒    [ hoù fān jīn doǔ ]    backward somersault
⇒    [ fān ]    to overturn, to overthrow, to strike down (an enemy)
⇒    [ fān shēn zhàng ]    to work hard towards a turnaround, to fight to reverse sth
⇒    [ waì fān ]    bunion, hallux valgus
⇒    [ xiān fān ]    to turn sth over, to overturn
⇒    [ tuī fān ]    to overthrow
⇒    [ fān zhǎng ]    see 易如反掌[yi4 ru2 fan3 zhang3]
⇒    [ fān ]    machine translation
⇒    [ xiè fān ]    machine translation
⇒    [ fān ]    machine translation (abbr. for 機器翻譯|机器翻译[ji1 qi4 fan1 yi4])
⇒    [ héng fān jīn doǔ ]    to turn cartwheels
⇒    [ kōng fān ]    flip, somersault
⇒    [ yīn goū fān chuán ]    to meet with unexpected failure (idiom), to fail miserably (where failure was not expected)
⇒    [ feī shēn fān téng ]    flying somersault
⇒    [ naò fān ]    to have a falling out, to have a big argument
⇒    [ naò fān tiān ]    to create a big disturbance
⇒    [ yīng zhuǎ fān zi quán ]    Ying Zhua Fan Zi Quan - "Eagle Claw" - Martial Art
⇒    [ xián fān shēn ]    lit. the salted fish turns over (idiom), fig. to experience a reversal of fortune