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Pacific Ocean
  *海* | 海* | *海
ocean / sea / CL: 個|个, / great number of people or things / (dialect) numerous
  *埔* | 埔* | *埔
port / flat land next to a river or ocean
sea and land / ocean and continent / army and navy
ocean / CL: 個|个
Indian Ocean
Réunion (island in Indian Ocean, a French overseas department) (Tw)
distant seas / the open ocean (far from the coast)
  *瀛* | 瀛* | *瀛
Tethys (pre-Cambrian ocean)
the western Pacific Ocean
sea sand (sand collected from the ocean floor, as opposed to that which is used as an ingredient in concrete)
the China Seas (the seas of the Western Pacific Ocean, around China: Bohai Sea, Yellow Sea, East China Sea, South China Sea)
oceans / silver yuan
  *瀚* | 瀚* | *瀚
ocean / vastness
ocean surface
Wake Island (North Pacific Ocean)
vast (of ocean) / boundless
to cross (a road, an ocean etc) / to cut across
Atlantic Ocean
Many little things add up to sth great. / Many little drops make an ocean. (idiom)
to surge up violently (of ocean, river, lake etc) / turbulent
ocean liner / cruise liner
seabed / seafloor / bottom of the ocean
to cross the ocean
ocean wave / billows
Mogadishu, Indian ocean seaport and capital of Somalia
ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC)
Réunion (island in Indian Ocean, a French overseas department)
to fall into the ocean / to crash into the ocean
abbr. for 中遠集團|中远集团, COSCO (China Ocean Shipping Company)
vast and mighty (of river or ocean) / broad and powerful
seas and oceans
Atlantic mid-ocean ridge
Arctic ocean
to travel across the oceans
lit. having crossed the vast ocean (idiom) / fig. widely experienced in the vicissitudes of life
the earth's ocean / the hydrosphere (geology)
Guangdong Ocean University
there are no rivers to one who has crossed the ocean, and no clouds to one who has passed Mount Wu (idiom) / one who has seen the world doesn't stop at small things
steamship / steamer / ocean liner / ship / CL:
to cross (the wide ocean)
lit. one hair from nine oxen (idiom) / fig. a drop in the ocean
lit. mythical bird Jingwei tries to fill the ocean with stones (idiom); futile ambition / task of Sisyphus / determination in the face of impossible odds
mailboat / ocean liner
mid-ocean ridge (geology)
mid-ocean ridge (geology)
lit. to gaze at the ocean and lament one's inadequacy (idiom) / fig. to feel powerless and incompetent (to perform a task)
a drop in the ocean (idiom)
El Niño effect, equatorial climatic variation over the Pacific Ocean
Suhua Highway, coastal road in northern Taiwan, built on the side of cliffs above the Pacific Ocean
lit. an ocean of writing / an impressive literary work (idiom)
mid-ocean ridge (geology)
(lit.) abyss and ocean / (fig.) vast and profound
ocean floor / bottom of the ocean
the vast ocean
  *洋* | 洋* | *洋
ocean / vast / foreign / silver dollar or coin
Irtysh River, flowing from southwest Altai in Xinjiang through Kazakhstan and Siberia to the Arctic Ocean
lit. ocean drifting people / job-hopping foreigner
the Antarctic Ocean
mid-ocean ridge (geology)
ocean current
Ocean platform in Zhongnanhai 中南海 surrounded by water on three sides, recreation area for imperial wives and concubines, more recently for communist top brass
COSCO (China Ocean Shipping Company)
vast / without boundaries / power (of a river or ocean)
lit. all four oceans are peaceful / worldwide peace (idiom)
Diego Garcia tropical island and US military base in the Indian Ocean, main island of Chago archipelago 查戈斯群島|查戈斯群岛
mid-ocean ridge
sea / ocean
seabed / seafloor / bottom of the ocean
Atlantic mid-ocean ridge
spray / ocean spray / spindrift / fig. happenings from one's life / CL:
the West (Europe and North America) / countries of the Indian Ocean (traditional)
mid-ocean ridge
ocean sunfish (Mola mola)
mid-ocean ridge (geology)
ocean sunfish (Mola mola)
Chagos Archipelago, coral archipelago in tropical Indian Ocean, with Diego Garcia 迪戈·加西亞島|迪戈·加西亚岛 as largest island
ocean of lust (Buddhist term) / worldly desires
Lomonosov ridge (in the Artic Ocean)

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