Dictionary content from CC-CEDICT Simple English to Chinese dictionary

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  *捷* | 捷* | *捷
Czech / Czech Republic / abbr. for 捷克
  *捷* | 捷* | *捷
victory / triumph / quick / nimble / prompt
rapid transit / subway
quick / fast / nimble / agile / (computer) shortcut
(computer) shortcut key / hotkey
Czech / Czech Republic (from 1993) / Czechia
convenient and fast
nimble / quick / shrewd
Taipei Metro
Porsche (car company)
Agilent Technologies (research and manufacturing company)
fast and nimble
Czech Republic
Giant Manufacturing, Taiwanese bicycle manufacturer
report of success / report of a victory
Jetta (car produced by Volkswagen)
Czech person
Jaguar (car brand)
Czech (language)
mass rapid transit MRT
to win / to be victorious / to report a victory
Republic of Czechoslovakia (1918-1992)
victory reports pour in (idiom); news of success in an endless stream
to facilitate / expedite / make convenient and fast / speed up
Yekaterinburg (Russian city, also known as Ekaterinburg or Sverdlovsk)
report a success / announce a victory
the quick-footed climb up first (idiom) / the early bird catches the worm / first come, first served
Czech language
quick-witted / agile of mind
vigorous and nimble / athletic
light on one's feet / nimble / agile
  *㨗* | 㨗* | *㨗
variant of / quick / nimble
Hash House Harriers (international running club)
(computer) shortcut
readily / in short order
lit. Mt Zhongnan is a shortcut to a ministerial job (idiom); fig. to take a shortcut to promotion
Dmitri Ivanovich Mendeleev (1834-1907), Russian chemist who introduced the periodic table
victory of Pingxingguan pass, famous victory of Republican Chinese forces over the Japanese in Sep 1937
Stepan or Stefan (name)
Dzerzhinsk, Russian city
Jett8 Airlines Cargo (based in Singapore)
Vladimir Mikhailovich Bekhterev (1857-1927), Russian neurologist and psychiatrist
Termez city in southeast Uzbekistan
Yekaterina or Ekaterina (name) / Catherine the Great or Catherine the Second (1684-1727), Empress of Russia

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