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sailing
'seɪlɪŋ
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. The departure of a vessel from a port.
  2. The activity of flying a glider.
  3. Riding in a sailboat.
  4. The work of a sailor.
Hyphenationsail•ing
Part of Speech(名) noun
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航行hángxíngto sail; to fly; to navigate
航海术hánghǎi shùsailing
启航qǐháng(of a ship) to set sail; (of an aeroplane) to take off; also written 起航
péngsail
船帆chuánfānsail
驾帆船jià fānchuánsailing
驾艇jiàtǐngto sail; to cruise; to pilot a ship
shuāngsail (of a boat), a untensil made of bamboo used to filter or to strain out wine
èsailing; moving boat
fān, fán (Tw)sail; Taiwan pr. [fan2], except 帆布 canvas
航海hánghǎisailing; navigation; voyage by sea
hángboat; ship; craft; to navigate; to sail; to fly
jiàto harness; to draw (a cart etc); to drive; to pilot; to sail; to ride; your good self; prefixed word denoting respect (polite 敬辞); (Chinese surname)
shǐto gallop; speedily; to proceed to; to pilot (ship, plane etc); to sail
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