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Use "jun" in a sentence
"It was, actually, not a pah jun, but kimchee jun, which is the same pan-fried cake concept, but rather than green onions and/or seafood in the batter, it has kimchee."
"I was also impressed by Orchid Ensemble, a group from the northwest that features two chinese women on zheng (the large wooden zither, pronounced "jun") and erhu (the two-string knee fiddle), and a third non-Chinese member on percussion and the highly traditional Chinese marimbas."
"When this "jun" character is attached as a suffix to other characters as in the examples below it means "something which corresponds to, conforms to, or the level of something"."