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  *船* | 船* | *船
boat / vessel / ship / CL: 條|条, , 隻|只
HSK 3
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  *舩* | 舩* | *舩
variant of
HSK 3
shipping / boats
HSK 6
steamship / steamer / ocean liner / ship / CL:
HSK 6
ship / boat / vessel
pleasure boat / cruise ship
warship
ship ticket
airship / spaceship
the tide rises, the boat floats (idiom); fig. to change with the overall trend / to develop according to the situation
to capsize / (fig.) to suffer a setback or defeat
to row a boat / rowing boat / rowing (sport)
sail
hold of ship
(maritime) dock
captain (of a boat) / skipper
to become seasick
hull / body of a ship
sea freight / shipping
spaceship
to embark / to travel by ship / to ferry
navy vessel / (coast guard) patrol boat
to set sail
sailboat
Chinese treasure ship, a type of large sailing ship in the fleet of Ming dynasty admiral Zheng He 鄭和|郑和
dockyard / shipyard
boat race / racing ship or boat
to charter a ship
shipwreck / sunken boat / sinking ship
sailor / crew member
fishing boat / CL: 條|条
shipbuilding
hull / body of a ship
shipyard / shipbuilder's yard
sailing
Los Angeles Clippers (NBA team)
spacecraft
dragon boat (used at 端午, the Dragon Boat Festival)
ship owner
lit. when the boat reaches the bridge, it will pass underneath without trouble (proverb) / fig. everything will be all right
merchant ship
people who live and make a living on boats
transport ship
to sail a boat / to navigate
ice breaker (ship)
tugboat / boat towed by a tugboat / to tow a boat
Stonecutters Island
wooden boat
boat
seagoing ship
cargo
fishing boat / same as 漁船|渔船
the bow or prow of a ship
boatman / boat builder
person who lives and makes a living on a boat / boatman / boat dweller
ship with several decks / turreted junk
fleet (of ships)
shipment
barge / lighter
Free On Board (FOB) (transportation)
ship (e.g. providing regular passenger service)
to transfer ships
to punt / to pole a boat
ferry
oar
Captain James Cook (1728-1779), British navigator and explorer
inflatable boat
patrol vessel / cutter
coxswain / steersman / boatswain (bo'sun)
lit. to stand with each foot in a different boat (idiom) / fig. to have it both ways / to run after two hares / (especially) to have two lovers at the same time
ice breaker
to meet with unexpected failure (idiom) / to fail miserably (where failure was not expected)
to charter a ship / to take a vessel on rent
hovercraft / air cushion vehicle
steamboat / steamship
mother ship
container ship
to scull / to row a boat
barge / pontoon / landing stage
cargo ship / freighter
rudder / helm of a ship
space shuttle
sides of a ship / ship's railing / fig. the dividing line between shipboard expenses and onshore freight charges
to have a foot in both camps / to have a bet each way / to be having an affair
catamaran
ankle socks / invisible socks
"turtle ship", armored warship used by Koreans in fighting the Japanese during the Imjin war of 1592-1598 壬辰倭亂|壬辰倭乱
shipping
passenger ship
man-of-war / naval vessel / warship
boat
to abandon ship
back end of a ship / aft
(oil) tanker / tank ship
ship's position
Chuanshan district of Suining city 遂寧市|遂宁市, Sichuan
lifeboat
ship's ladder
supply ship
ship's captain / owner of ship
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