Words — 174 found
1. turning around (once)Usually written using kana alone, Onomatopoeic or mimetic word
2. suddenly; abruptly
3. completely (wrapped in something); quickly (unwrapping something)
4. beautiful, round (eyes)
5. flail (for threshing grain)Abbreviation, See also くるり棒
Common word JLPT N2 Links
1. moving from place to place; being passed around repeatedly
- They were transferred from one office to another.
2. rolling about
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1. job transfer; job relocation; intra-company transfer
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1. to fall down; to fall over
1. to roll; to tumble
2. to fall over; to roll over
3. to lie down
4. to be scattered about; to be common
5. (of a situation or outcome) to change; to turn out
1. to roll
2. to turn over; to tip over; to throw down
3. to leave
4. to buy and sell (quickly for a profit)
1. fall; tumble; spill; plunge; dive
2. degradation; comedown; demotion; slump
1. to turn; to shift; to alter; to distract
1. conversion; diversion; changeover; commutation; switchover
1. conversion; shift; about-face; switch
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1. transfer; redirection; transmission; forwarding (telephone call, e-mail, etc.)
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1. capsizing; overturn; turning over; upset
- Due to a lack of balance the ship turned over.
2. overthrow (e.g. a government)
顛覆 【てんぷく】、転ぷく 【てんぷく】
1. falling down; tumbling; overturning; turning over
- さんにん も
- No less than 3 men fell in that race.
2. reversing; inverting; inversion
- Don't put the cart before the horse.
3. getting upset
1. imputation; shifting (e.g. blame, costs); passing the buck
2. second marriage; remarriage
1. to roll in; to tumble into; to visit (esp. to stay overnight as an unwanted guest); to come to live with
- ころがりこ 。
- A coin rolled under the desk.
2. to fall in one's way; to fall into one's lap
- To believe that an unexpected big fortune will come your way is to build a castle in Spain.