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飞行员
fēi háng yuán



飞行员
pilot


Definitions

Chinese > English
飞行员fēixíngyuán
     1. n. pilot
     2. n. (slang) A man or boy who jerks off too much.
English > Chinese
pilot
     1. 飞行员
Components
fēi
     1. to fly
     2. to move in the sky; to hover, to flutter, to dart
     3. to disappear
     4. fast; rapid; swiftly
     5. very; extremely
     6. groundless; unfounded
     7. unexpected; accidental
     8. flying; suspending
xíng
     1. usage. 行 itself is also used as a radical (in addition to 彳); unusually for radicals, the phonetic is placed in the middle – with 彳 on the left and 亍 on the right – corresponding to the phonetic originally b
     2. (literary or dialectal) to walk
     3. to go; to move
     4. to carry out; to execute
     5. to perform (a salute)
     6. OK; good
           行,就 這麼 定 了。 - OK, it's a deal.
     7. to be good; to work
           我 覺得 這 方法 行。 - I think this will work.
     8. to be good (opposed to bad) (usually in negative sentences, or with (m, zh, 還))
           我 成績 不 行。 - I have bad grades.
     9. to be able to do something (usually mentioned before)
     10. =====Usage notes=====
     11. Notice that when meaning “be able to do something”, 行 can only be used without a complement. This is different fromto be able to (do something).
     12. profession; industry; trade; business
     13. place for specific transaction
           銀行háng - bank lit. money store
           珠寶行háng - jewellery store
     14. line of objects; row
     15. behaviour; conduct
     16. skill from monk training
           道行héng - monk training
     17. Only used in 樹行子 (row of trees)
yuán
     1. member
     2. personnel; staff member
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