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to ride (in a vehicle)
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to ride / to mount / to make use of / to avail oneself of / to take advantage of / to multiply (math.) / Buddhist sect or creed
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old variant of
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surname Cheng
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four horse military chariot (archaic) / four (archaic) / generic term for history books
to ride (in a car or carriage) / to drive / to motor
to multiply (math.) / multiplication
to ride the wind / to use a fair wind / to take an opportunity
to change train (plane, bus etc) / transfer between modes of transport
to brave the wind and the billows (idiom); to have high ambitions
product (result of multiplication)
first-class / best quality / also pr. [shang4 sheng4]
test drive
to multiply and divide
to ride as a passenger / to travel by (car, plane etc)
to charter (a car, ship, plane)
(math.) multiplied with
four rules of arithmetic / addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
to cool off in the shade
passenger vehicle
service (on a train, a plane etc)
to square a number / to calculate the square
the factorial of a number, e.g. 5! = = 120
to take the opportunity / to take a plane
to embark / to travel by ship / to ferry
Mahayana, the Great Vehicle / Buddhism based on the Mayahana sutras, as spread to Central Asia, China and beyond / also pr. [Da4 cheng2]
attendant on an airplane, train, boat etc
multiplication table
to follow up a victory and press home the attack / to pursue retreating enemy
to follow up a victory / to pursue retreating enemy
to take advantage of sb's precarious position
multiplication sign (math.)
flight attendant / on-board service
to transfer / to change trains, buses etc
to have an opportunity that one can exploit (idiom)
to ride the dragon / to die (of emperors and kings)
to enter by exploiting a weak spot (idiom); to take advantage of a lapse
to seize the opportunity / to strike while the iron is hot
to take advantage of weakness
ideal son-in-law
least squares (math.)
(archaic) a state with a thousand chariots (to fight a war) – a powerful state
to ride as a passenger (in a car, boat, plane etc)
Hinayana, the Lesser Vehicle / Buddhism in India before the Mayahana sutras / also pr. [Xiao3 cheng2]
to enjoy the benefits of the hard work of one's predecessors. (idiom)
police on trains / train marshal
to wait for a train or bus
to fly on a crane / to die
while in high spirits / feeling upbeat / on an impulse
Mei Cheng (-c. 140 BC), Han dynasty poet
lit. under a big tree the shade is plentiful (idiom) / fig. to benefit by proximity to an influential person
the power of a number (square, cube etc) / to exponentiate (math.)
stewardess / female flight attendant
multiplicative inverse (math.)
chartering charge
to seize an opportunity / to exploit (a loophole)
to take advantage of sb in an unguarded moment (idiom) / to take sb by surprise
at your convenience
to take advantage of sb's misfortune / to loot
to live in luxury / lit. to ride a solid carriage pulled by fat horses
multiplication table
to ride together / to carpool
chartering system
(idiom) to rely on the most favorable method

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