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wing

noun [C] (FOR FLYING)
用於飛行的結構
 
 
/wɪŋ/
the flat part of the body which a bird, insect or bat uses for flying, or one of the flat horizontal structures that stick out from the side of an aircraft and support it when it is flying
(鳥類等的)翅膀;(飛機的)機翼
the delicacy of a butterfly's wings
蝴蝶翅膀的精緻
I don't like chicken wings - there's not much meat on them.
我不喜歡吃雞翅——上面沒有多少肉。
I could see the plane's wing out of my window.
我透過身邊的窗戶能看到飛機的機翼。
Parts of aeroplanesMiscellaneous animal body parts
take wing literary If a bird takes wing, it flies away.
飛走
Movement through the airAviationTravelling by aircraft
to suddenly develop, freely and powerfully
突然發展;自由飛揚
She walked in the hills, letting her thoughts take wing.
她走在山坡上,任思緒自由飛揚。
Making progress and advancingBecoming better
on the wing literary A bird that is on the wing is flying.
(鳥)正在飛翔
Animal (non-human) behaviourMovement through the airAviationTravelling by aircraft
(Definition of wing noun (FOR FLYING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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