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Words — 236 found

Noun
1. fruit; nut; berry
2. fruits; profitLaw, etc. term
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Noun
1. young child; toddler
2. child over 1 but not yet of school ageLaw, etc. term
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Noun, Suru verb
1. search (esp. for someone or something missing); manhunt
2. legally authorized search of a person, building, etc.Law, etc. term
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Suru verb
1. to start work (on); to undertake
  • かれ
  • たくさん
  • しごと仕事
  • ちゃくしゅ着手
  • した
  • He undertook a great deal of work.
2. to start committing a crimeLaw, etc. term, also 著手
Noun
3. embarkation; launch
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Noun, Suru verb, No-adjective
1. reconciliation; amicable settlement; accommodation; compromise; mediation; rapprochement
  • とうそう闘争
  • まんぞく満足
  • おこな行った
  • こと
  • わかい和解
  • 終わった
  • The struggle ended in a satisfactory settlement.
2. court-mediated settlementLaw, etc. term, Only applies to わかい
3. translation of a foreign language into JapaneseArchaism
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和解 【わげ】
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Noun, Suru verb
1. will; testament; last requestLaw, etc. term
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遺言 【いごん】遺言 【いげん】
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Noun, No-adjective
1. ill will; spite; evil intention; malice
  • あなた
  • まわ周り
  • ひとびと人々
  • ふつう普通の
  • おこな行い
  • あくい悪意
  • ある
  • かんが考えて
  • いけない
  • Don't read evil intentions into the ordinary actions of people around you.
2. bad meaning
Noun
3. mala fides; bad faith; criminal intent to deceiveLaw, etc. term, See also 善意
4. maliceLaw, etc. term
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Noun
1. plot; intrigue; scheme
2. conspiracy; agreement between two or more people to commit an unlawful actLaw, etc. term
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隠謀 【いんぼう】
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Noun, Suru verb
1. indication; expression; showing; manifestation; demonstration
2. display; displayingComputer terminology
3. representationPhysics terminology
4. attributionLaw, etc. term
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標示 【ひょうじ】
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標示: Irregular kanji usage.
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Noun, Suru verb
1. inheritance; succession; accession
Noun
2. share-alikeLaw, etc. term
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Noun
1. virtuous mind
2. good intentions; good will
  • こうへい公平に
  • ひょう評すれば
  • かれ
  • ぜんい善意
  • から
  • やった
  • のだ
  • みと認め
  • なければならない
  • To do him justice, we must admit that his intentions were good.
3. positive mindset
4. bona fides; good faithLaw, etc. term, See also 悪意
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Noun or verb acting prenominally
1. self-proclaimed; self-professed; self-styled; would-be
  • かれ
  • ざいせい財政
  • せんもんか専門家
  • である
  • じしょう自称
  • した
  • He claimed to be an expert in finance.
Noun, Suru verb
2. professing oneself to be; calling oneself; describing oneself as
  • それから
  • まもなく
  • いくにん幾人
  • そくりょうし測量士
  • じしょう自称する
  • へん変な
  • ふくそう服装
  • した
  • 人たち
  • しゅうらく集落
  • やってきて
  • そぼ祖母
  • こや小屋
  • まえ
  • はか測って
  • いきました
  • Pretty soon along came to the village some strangely dressed people who called themselves surveyors; and they surveyed a line in front of my grandmother's little house.
Noun
3. first personlinguistics terminology
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Noun, Suru verb
1. imprisonment (without forced labour); incarceration; confinementSee also 懲役
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禁固 【きんこ】
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Noun, Suru verb, No-adjective
1. final appeal to the highest courtLaw, etc. term
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Noun, Suru verb
1. putting into operation
2. invocationLaw, etc. term
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Noun, Suru verb
1. betrothal; wedding; marriage into a family; matrimonial alliance
2. adoptionLaw, etc. term, See also 養子縁組 ようしえんぐみ
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縁組み 【えんぐみ】
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Noun
1. mistake; error; discrepancy
2. discrepancy between one's actions and intentionsLaw, etc. term
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Noun
1. administrator; janitor; manager; concierge; caretaker; superintendent; supervisor
2. custodian; executorLaw, etc. term
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れんたいしょうにん 連帯保証人
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1. joint surety; surety jointly and severally liable; co-maker; co-endorser; co-signerLaw, etc. term
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