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hydroplane

verb [I] uk   /ˈhaɪ.drə.pleɪn/  us   /-droʊ-/ US (UK aquaplane)
If a motor vehicle hydroplanes, it slides out of control on a wet road.
Translations of “hydroplane”
in Chinese (Traditional) (汽車)在潮濕的路面上失控打滑…
in Chinese (Simplified) (汽车)在潮湿的路面上失控打滑…
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