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to spread wings
to pat / to slap / (of a bird) to flap (one's wings)
to close (flower, eyes, suitcase etc) / to bring together / (insect or bird when not flying) to fold (its wings)
to draw to oneself / to gather up / to collect / to fold up (an umbrella, wings etc) / to assemble (a party of persons) / to rope in (some people)
mythical animal that brings luck and wards off evil, having head of a dragon and lion's body, often with hoofs, wings and tail / also written 辟邪 / fig. valiant soldier
to swat / (of wings) to flap
  *蝝* | 蝝* | *蝝
locust larva without wings
  *胑* | 胑* | *胑
wings of birds / legs of animals
(of a bird) to have become fully fledged / (fig.) (of a person) to have grown up (and become independent) / to be ready to spread one's wings
to spread one's wings and soar (idiom) / to develop one's abilities freely
to spread wings and fly
(of an actor, athlete etc) to prepare to make one's entrance / to wait in the wings
lit. even given wings, you couldn't fly (idiom); fig. impossible to escape
lit. the giant Peng bird spreads its wings and begins to fly / displaying awesome power and momentum at the outset / to have the world at one's feet
(onom.) fluttering or flapping of wings
  *翙* | 翙* | *翙
noise of bird's wings
mythological beast resembling a fox with wings
side / side-room / room in the wings
lit. like a tiger that has grown wings / with redoubled power (idiom)

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