Jisho

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Words — 20 found

Noun, Suru verb, No-adjective
1. transformation; variation; metamorphosis; modification; deformation; variety; deformity; monster
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へんけいせいしつかんせつしょう 変形性膝関節症
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1. gonarthrosis; osteoarthritis of the kneeMedicine, etc. term
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2. OsteoarthritisOsteoarthritis (OA) also known as degenerative arthritis ... Read more
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1. myxomycete; slime mold
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2. MycetozoaMycetozoa is a grouping of slime molds.
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へんけいしゅうすうへんちょうろく 変形周波数変調記録
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1. modified frequency modulation recording; MFM recordingComputer terminology
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1. transformational functionComputer terminology
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1. transformational grammarlinguistics terminology, See also 生成文法
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へんけいせいせいぶんぽう 変形生成文法
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1. transformational generative grammarlinguistics terminology, See also 生成文法, See also 変形文法
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1. plasmodium (form within the life cycle of myxomycete slime molds)
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変形!!
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1. Transformers ClassicsTransformers Classics is a line of Transformers toys base... Read more
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1. Transformative learningAt the core of Transformative Learning theory, is the pro... Read more
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変形十二面体
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1. Snub dodecahedronIn geometry, the snub dodecahedron, or snub icosidodecahe... Read more
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変形双五角錐
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1. Snub disphenoidIn geometry, the snub disphenoid is one of the Johnson so... Read more
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変形立方体
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1. Snub cubeIn geometry, the snub cube, or snub cuboctahedron, is an ... Read more
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Kanji — 2 found

1.3841736032859586
9 strokes. JLPT N3. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 4.
unusual, change, strange
On: ヘン
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1.2155137944822072
7 strokes. JLPT N3. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 2.
shape, form, style
Kun: かた -がた かたち なり
On: ケイ ギョウ
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Sentences — 1 found

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    • わたし私の
    • ぎろん議論
    • あるいみある意味では
    • 、『
    • こどく孤独な
    • ぐんしゅう群集
    • デビュド・リースマン
    • おこな行った
    • ぎろん議論
    • へんけい変形
    • した
    • ものである
    In a sense, I am turning around the argument made by David Riesman in The Lonely Crowd. Tatoeba
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