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perpendicular / vertical
  *垂* | 垂* | *垂
to hang (down) / droop / dangle / bend down / hand down / bequeath / nearly / almost / to approach
(math.) perpendicular line / vertical line
vertical shaft / (math.) vertical axis
to droop / to sag / to hang down / sagging / drooping / prolapse (medicine)
to hang down
vertical line
hanging one's head dispiritedly (idiom); dejected / crestfallen
to hang down / suspended
to fail within sight of success (idiom); last-minute failure / to fall at the last hurdle / snatching defeat from the jaws of victory
to shed tears
eternal glory / will never be forgotten
weeping willow (Salix babylonica)
pituitary gland
close to death / life-threatening (illness)
deathbed struggle / final struggle (idiom)
to drool with desire (idiom); to envy / to hunger for
gradually / to drop
Coventry city in West Midlands 西米德蘭茲|西米德兰兹, UK
to hang down / to dangle / to be suspended
weeping willow
lit. to govern from behind the curtain / to rule in place of the emperor (idiom)
lit. reputation will go down in history (idiom); fig. achievements will earn eternal glory
old age
drape effect (fashion)
approaching old age
to water at the mouth / to drool
to show appreciation for sb / to look upon sb with favor
lit. don't sit under the eaves (where tiles may fall from the roof) (idiom); fig. keep out of danger
pituitary glands (at the base of the skull)
uvula (biology)
to droop / to hang low
darkness fell (falls, had fallen etc)
pituitary gland
Maastricht (Netherlands)
(aviation) tailfin / vertical stabilizer
Coventry (UK)
dangling element (grammar)
to shed tears
beautiful shoulder length hair (idiom)
pituitary gland
vertical takeoff and landing aircraft
lit. a wealthy person does not sit under the eaves (idiom); fig. a rich man does not expose himself to danger
Eritrea (Tw)
vertical or short takeoff and landing aircraft
(bird species of China) red-wattled lapwing (Vanellus indicus)
dangling participle (grammar)
to drool (over) (idiom) / to yearn for / to covet / to crave
mother-to-infant transmission
falling hair of a child / (fig.) child
lit. dirty finger, mouth watering (idiom); fig. greedy to seize sth
(of clothes, hair etc) to hang down and cover / to flow down
(courteous) to be so kind as to think of (me)

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