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charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *捷* | 捷* | *捷
Czech / Czech Republic / abbr. for 捷克
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *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
shortcut
convenient and fast
nimble / quick / shrewd
HSK 6
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
straightforward
Czech language
quick-witted / agile of mind
vigorous and nimble / athletic
light on one's feet / nimble / agile
charactercopypronouncebaikeskritterexampleCorrect
  *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
quick-witted
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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