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a naval escort, to convoy护航 [hu4 hang2]
a naval escort, to convoy護航 [hu4 hang2]
an escort, a guard, to convoy护卫 [hu4 wei4]
an escort, a guard, to convoy護衛 [hu4 wei4]
battle group, naval formation headed by an aircraft carrier战斗群 [zhan4 dou4 qun2]
battle group, naval formation headed by an aircraft carrier戰鬥群 [zhan4 dou4 qun2]
cart with cage, used to escort prisoner槛车 [jian4 che1]
cart with cage, used to escort prisoner檻車 [jian4 che1]
Dallys, Algerian seaport and naval base代利斯 [Dai4 li4 si1]
darts, escort, horsebit鑣 [biao1]
darts, escort, horsebit镳 [biao1]
escort the Emperor保駕 [bao3 jia4]
escort the Emperor保驾 [bao3 jia4]
Fuzhou naval college, set up in 1866 by the Qing dynasty, called the cradle of Chinese navy船政学堂 [chuan2 zheng4 xue2 tang2]
Fuzhou naval college, set up in 1866 by the Qing dynasty, called the cradle of Chinese navy船政學堂 [chuan2 zheng4 xue2 tang2]
man-of-war, naval vessel, warship兵船 [bing1 chuan2]
Mawei naval base at Fuzhou city (in Qing times)馬尾軍港 [Ma3 wei3 jun1 gang3]
Mawei naval base at Fuzhou city (in Qing times)马尾军港 [Ma3 wei3 jun1 gang3]
Mawei river naval college, alternative name for Fuzhou naval college 福州船政學堂|福州船政学堂, set up in 1866 by the Qing dynasty馬尾水師學堂 [Ma3 wei3 shui3 shi1 xue2 tang2]
Mawei river naval college, alternative name for Fuzhou naval college 福州船政學堂|福州船政学堂, set up in 1866 by the Qing dynasty马尾水师学堂 [Ma3 wei3 shui3 shi1 xue2 tang2]
naval and air military base海空军基地 [hai3 kong1 jun1 ji1 di4]
naval and air military base海空軍基地 [hai3 kong1 jun1 ji1 di4]
naval mine水雷 [shui3 lei2]
naval officer海军官 [hai3 jun1 guan1]
naval officer海軍官 [hai3 jun1 guan1]
naval port, naval base军港 [jun1 gang3]
naval port, naval base軍港 [jun1 gang3]
naval vessels舰艇 [jian4 ting3]
naval vessels艦艇 [jian4 ting3]
Shen Baozhen, Qing Minister of Navy, founded Fuzhou naval college 船政學堂|船政学堂 in 1866沈葆祯 [Shen3 Bao3 zhen1]
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