5 Replies ・ Started by BisSenshi at 2019-03-16 07:43:56 UTC ・ Last reply by MarcusR at 2019-05-05 19:04:19 UTC
This is a discussion about チャズブル

I've found the meaning of the word

The chasuble is what the priest wears as he celebrates the mass.


Could somoene add it in the description?

Leebo at 2019-03-18 04:35:31 UTC

Wouldn't that be something for an English dictionary? If the word properly matches up with the Japanese word, I don't see a need for further explanation. Usually when there's an explanatory definition, it's because it's some Japanese cultural concept that can't be expressed with a single English word.

jakobd2 at 2019-03-19 13:01:01 UTC

This is a dictionary, not an encyclopedia. If you don't know what a words means in English, that's on you.

BisSenshi at 2019-03-19 14:26:05 UTC

I know what the word means. I've put this link because it is written "obscure term". I though the link could be use to make a small definition so that people confirms that the meaning is the same in English and Japanese.

Elrad at 2019-03-22 12:52:45 UTC

by the way : "chasuble" is also a word in French...for what it can help you.

MarcusR at 2019-05-05 19:04:19 UTC

BisSenshi, thanks for the heads-up. From the JMdict policy: "where the English meaning is an obscure technical term, add a short explanation in lay terms after it in parentheses. "
I've made a small amendment to the チャズブル entry.

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