English to Chinese Dictionary


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hào ordinal number / day of a month / mark / sign / business establishment / size / ship suffix / horn (wind instrument) / bugle call / assumed name / to take a pulse / classifier used to indicate number of people
kāi to open (transitive or intransitive) / (of ships, vehicles, troops etc) to start / to turn on; to put in operation; to operate; to run / to boil / to write out (a prescription, check, invoice etc) / (directional complement) away; off / carat (gold) / abbr. for Kelvin, 開爾文|开尔文[Kai1er3wen2] / abbr. for 開本|开本[kai1ben3], book format
chuán boat / vessel / ship / CL:條|条[tiao2],艘[sou1],隻|只[zhi1]
出口 chū kǒu an exit / CL:個|个[ge4] / to speak / to export / (of a ship) to leave port
驾驶 jià shǐ to drive (vehicle); to pilot (ship, airplane etc) / driver; pilot; captain
船只 chuán zhī ship / boat / vessel
停泊 tíng to anchor / anchorage / mooring (of a ship)
cāng cabin / the hold of a ship or airplane
游船 yóu chuán pleasure boat / cruise ship
sōu classifier for ships / Taiwan pr. [sao1]
搁浅 qiǎn to be stranded (of ship) / to run aground / fig. to run into difficulties and stop
cāng barn / granary / storehouse / cabin / hold (in ship)
龙骨 lóng "dragon bones" (fossilized animal bones or teeth, used in TCM) / breastbone (of a bird) / keel (of a ship)
tǐng vessel / small ship
赛艇 sài tǐng boat race / racing ship or boat / rowing (sport)
续航 háng (of an airplane, ship, vehicle etc) to continue a journey without refueling / (of an electronic device, battery etc) to run before needing to be recharged
出货 chū huò to take money or valuables out of storage / to recover / to ship goods / to extract (chemicals from solution)
吃水 chī shuǐ drinking water / to obtain water (for daily needs) / to absorb water / draft (of ship)
租船 chuán to charter a ship / to take a vessel on rent
下水 xià shuǐ downstream / to go into the water / to put into water / to launch (a ship) / fig. to fall into bad ways / to lead astray / to go to pot
船东 chuán dōng ship owner
启航 háng (of a ship) to set sail; (of an airplane) to take off
商船 shāng chuán merchant ship
航程 háng chéng flight; voyage / distance traveled / range (of an airplane or ship)
客轮 lún passenger ship

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