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airplane / CL:
HSK 1
(of an aircraft) to take off
HSK 3
to circle in the air / to soar
HSK 6
to leap
HSK 6
birds and animals / the beasts of the field and the birds of the air
HSK 6
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to fly
(of planes etc) to fly / flying / flight / aviation
to fly out
darts (game) / dart (weapon shaped like a spearhead)
Netflix, American entertainment company
missile
to rise / to fly upward
Goofy (friend of Mickey Mouse)
to soar
to get off a plane / to deplane
pilot / aviator
very fast / at lightning speed / (coll.) razor-sharp
smiles of exultation / radiant with delight
at the gallop
to flutter / to dance in the breeze
roller coaster
flywheel / sprocket wheel
swift / rapidly
flying in pairs / close union as husband and wife / round-trip flight / (slang) threesome
flight of the roc (used in names) / soaring flight
bird
flying saucer / frisbee
to allow to fly
to splash / to spatter
Philips (company)
flying Apsara (Buddhist art)
to fly over / to fly past
to dash (run fast) / to rush / to dart
to masturbate (slang)
airship / spaceship
to rush around everywhere / always active
to speed / to rush
a throwing knife / fly cutter (machine tool)
to swirl in the air (of thickly falling snowflakes, flower petals etc) / to flutter about
lit. to fly upwards swiftly / fig. rapid advance / rapidly developing (situation)
fast boat
to move quickly / to vault / flying tackle
lit. scattered ashes and dispersed smoke (idiom) / fig. to be annihilated / to vanish in a puff of smoke
flying squirrel / (dialect) bat
lit. the soul flies away and scatters (idiom) / fig. to be frightened stiff / spooked out of one's mind / terror-stricken
to splash across / to splatter
(of an aircraft) to be grounded
(of time) to pass quickly / to be fleeting
to disappear without trace / to vanish all of a sudden / to spread fast / to spread like wildfire
soaring inflation / rocketing prices
lit. the divine steed Feihuang gallops (idiom) / fig. to achieve meteoric success in one's career
Wong Fei-hung (1847-1925), martial arts master
frisbee
lit. chickens flying and dogs jumping (idiom) / fig. in chaos / in disarray
to fly about / to fly hither and thither / to flit / to swarm / to spiral
to blow a kiss
the moth flies into the flame / fatal attraction
to fly across / to fly over / to fly past / (literary) (of one's spirits) to soar
to fly illegally (of planes, drones etc)
Flying Snow, a character in "Hero"
in high spirits (idiom); glowing with health and vigor
airplane meal (GM)
trapeze artist / frequent flyer
to go off like a rocket / to rocket
hoodlum / hooligan / young rowdy
airport / (slang) flat chest / CL: 處|处
to promote (to official position in former times)
Flying Tigers, US airmen in China during World War Two / Hong Kong nickname for police special duties unit
wyvern (type of dragon)
birds
(of snow etc) to fill the sky
to go far / to escape to faraway places
airship
Exocet (missile)
flying fish
moth
airborne droplet
seaplane
flamboyant or bold cursive calligraphy (idiom)
spacecraft
to spin rapidly / to whirl around / (of time) to fly by
flesh and blood flying (idiom); carnage / people blown to pieces
to spread one's wings and soar (idiom) / to develop one's abilities freely
to levitate heavenwards (a Daoist success) / to take off / to soar (of prices)
COMAC, Chinese aeronautics company (abbr. for 中國商用飛機|中国商用飞机)
bossy and domineering / throwing one's weight about
Adolph Abramovich Joffe (1883-1927), Soviet and Comintern diplomat and spy in 1922-23 in Republican China
to run like the wind / to rush / to gallop
Zhang Fei (168-221), general of Shu and blood-brother of Liu Bei in Romance of the Three Kingdoms, famous as fearsome fighter and lover of wine
air ticket / CL: 張|张
to levitate heavenwards (a Daoist success) / to take off / to soar (of prices)
sudden and unexpected disaster (idiom)
to fly directly / direct flight
plane crash
Joseph Joffre (1852-1931), leading French general at the start of World War One
lit. even given wings, you couldn't fly (idiom); fig. impossible to escape
eagle
femtosecond, fs, 10^-15 s
flying insect / winged insect
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