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See also: quan, quàn, quân, quấn, quần, quǎn, quān, and quận

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quán (Zhuyin ㄑㄩㄢˊ)

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VietnameseEdit

EtymologyEdit

Sino-Vietnamese word from .

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NounEdit

quán

  1. (only in certain contexts) a place of where people can come and enjoy cheap or non-luxury service (usually food and drink) for some time
    Synonym: tiệm
    quán nước
    a makeshift shop usually set up on the sidewalk, where people can come for cheap non-alcoholic drinks or games of xiangqi
    quán trà
    a tearoom
    quán cà phê
    a cafe
    quán cơm/mì/bún/phở/thịt cầy/thịt chó/tiểu hổ/thịt mèo/thịt trâu
    a diner or restaurant where you can have rice/noodles/pho/dog meat/cat meat/water buffalo meat
    quán nhậu
    a diner or restaurant where you can party with hot pots, dog meat or cat meat, and beer or rice alcohol
    quán rượu
    a place where you can drink rice alcohol in Chinese martial arts period soap operas, also rarely known as a tửu điếm, usually depicted as a place where you can overhear everything about the martial arts world
    quán game/net
    an Internet cafe

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