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wingedadjective [before noun]

uk   us   /wɪŋd/ /ˈwɪŋ.ɪd/
having the stated type of wings: a high-winged plane with wings: The winged adult mosquitoes emerge from the pupae. Cupid is usually depicted as a winged boy with a bow and arrow.
Translations of “winged”
in Chinese (Traditional) 有…翼的, 有翼的, 帶翅膀的…
in Russian крылатый…
in Turkish kanatlı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有…翼的, 有翼的, 带翅膀的…
in Polish skrzydlaty…
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