🪂 parachute emoji

What does the 🪂 parachute emoji mean?

The parachute emoji is a graphical representation of a parachute, which is a device used to slow the descent of a person or object falling through the air. The parachute is typically depicted as a dome-shaped canopy made of fabric, with several suspension lines attached to it. The parachute is often shown with a person suspended beneath it, wearing a harness and goggles. The color and details may depend on the platform. The parachute emoji is often used to symbolize safety, rescue, and emergency situations. It could also be used to represent the idea of skydiving, paragliding, or other extreme sports or activities that involve parachute. It can also be used to express the idea of descending or landing safely, and also the idea of freedom. Sometimes it could also be used as a metaphor for taking risks, or to indicate an idea of unpredictability or unknown outcome.

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How parachute looks on other platforms

  • Twitter
    parachute Twitter emoji
  • Google
    parachute Google emoji
  • Apple
    parachute Apple emoji
  • Microsoft
    parachute Microsoft emoji
  • Facebook
    parachute Facebook emoji
  • Messenger
    parachute Messenger emoji
  • Whatsapp
    parachute Whatsapp emoji
  • Samsung
    parachute Samsung emoji
  • Lg
    parachute Lg emoji
  • Htc
    parachute Htc emoji
  • Mozilla
    parachute Mozilla emoji
  • Softbank
    parachute Softbank emoji
  • Docomo
    parachute Docomo emoji
  • Openmoji
    parachute Openmoji emoji

Information about the 🪂 parachute emoji

  • Full Name: 🪂 parachute
  • Category: travel-places
  • How to type shortcode:
  • Unicode (fully qualified): U+1FA82
  • Hex code point: 1FA82

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