(chuǎng) to rush; to charge; to dash; to break through; to temper oneself (through battling hardships)

闯入 (w)

(chuǎngrù) to intrude; to charge in; to gate-crash

闯王 (w)

(chuǎngwáng) Chuangwang or Roaming King, adopted name of late Ming peasant rebel leader Li Zicheng 李自成 (1605-1645)

闯王陵 (w)

(chuǎngwánglíng) mausoleum to late Ming peasant rebel leader Li Zicheng 李自成 (who styled himself Chuang Wang): one in Jiugongshan 九宫山 nature reserve, Tongshan county, Xianning prefecture, Hubei, and another in Shimen 石门, Changde 常德, Hunan, built starting in 1980

闯荡 (w)

(chuǎngdàng) to leave home to work; to get away from home; to wander the world; well-traveled; adventurous

闯祸 (w)

(chuǎnghuò) to get into trouble; to suffer disaster; to suffer an accident; to induce or cause a disaster or misfortune

闯红灯 (w)

(chuǎnghóngdēng) to run a red light; failing to stop at a red traffic light

闯荡江湖 (w)

(chuǎngdàngjiānghú) to travel around the country

闯过 (w)

(chuǎngguò) to crash one's way through

闯关 (w)

(chuǎngguān) to crash through a barrier

闯关者 (w)

(chuǎngguānzhě) person who crashes through a barrier; gate-crasher