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  *船* | 船* | *船
boat / vessel / ship / CL: 條|条, , 隻|只
  *舩* | 舩* | *舩
variant of
shipping / boats
steamship / steamer / ocean liner / ship / CL:
merchant ship
sailor / crew member
ship / boat / vessel
to row a boat / rowing boat / rowing (sport)
shipwreck / sunken boat / sinking ship
to capsize / (fig.) to suffer a setback or defeat
spaceship / spacecraft / dirigible / airship
pleasure boat / cruise ship
ship ticket
to embark / to travel by ship / to ferry
captain (of a boat) / skipper
to become seasick
navy vessel / (coast guard) patrol boat
fleet (of ships)
to get on the boat
ship's bow
(maritime) dock
to charter a ship
the tide rises, the boat floats (idiom); fig. to change with the overall trend / to develop according to the situation
to charter a ship / to take a vessel on rent
fishing boat / CL: 條|条
seagoing ship
ship (e.g. providing regular passenger service)
hold of ship
ship's captain / owner of ship
(oil) tanker / tank ship
to sail a boat / to navigate
sides of a ship / ship's railing / fig. the dividing line between shipboard expenses and onshore freight charges
tugboat / boat towed by a tugboat / to tow a boat
hull / body of a ship
Los Angeles Clippers (NBA team)
wooden boat
dockyard / shipyard
cargo ship / freighter
hull / body of a ship
dragon boat (used at 端午, the Dragon Boat Festival)
the bow or prow of a ship
to transfer ships
person who lives and makes a living on a boat / boatman / boat dweller
to load cargo onto a ship
ship's position
shipyard / shipbuilder's yard
sea freight / shipping
to set sail
lit. when the boat reaches the bridge, it will pass underneath without trouble (proverb) / fig. everything will be all right
to punt / to pole a boat
boatman / boat builder
coxswain / steersman / boatswain (bo'sun)
ship owner
fishing boat / same as 漁船|渔船
man-of-war / naval vessel / warship
ice breaker
mother ship
transport ship
Space Shuttle, US spacecraft system (1981-2011)
spaceship / spacecraft
to have a foot in both camps / to have a bet each way / to be having an affair
hovercraft / air cushion vehicle
ankle socks / invisible socks
Free On Board (FOB) (transportation)
patrol vessel / cutter
passenger ship
a canal lock
Captain James Cook (1728-1779), British navigator and explorer
ship with several decks / turreted junk
people who live and make a living on boats
back end of a ship / aft
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
barge / lighter
survey vessel
to meet with unexpected failure (idiom) / to fail miserably (where failure was not expected)
to scull / to row a boat
mailboat / ocean liner
ship's sail
wharf / quay
a shipwreck / a sinking
Chuanshan district of Suining city 遂寧市|遂宁市, Sichuan
armed vessel (of ancient times)
container ship
barge / pontoon / landing stage
target ship
ice breaker / same as 冰船
lit. to board a pirate ship (idiom) / fig. to associate with criminals
whaler / whale catcher

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