Jisho

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Words — 6 found

Noun
1. policeman; official in charge of imprisoning offendersArchaism
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2. art of defeating (and capturing) an opponent with one's bare handsMartial arts
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捕手 【とりて】
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Noun
1. constable
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2. method of catching criminals
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捕り方 【とりかた】
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Noun
1. policeman's rope (used for restraining criminals)Historical term, See also 捕縄 ほじょう
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取り縄 【とりなわ】捕縄 【とりなわ】取縄 【とりなわ】
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Noun
1. detective story (esp. one from the Edo period featuring thief-takers)See also 目明かし, See also 岡っ引き
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2. detective's memoirs; thief taker's memoirs
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捕物帖 【とりものちょう】捕り物帳 【とりものちょう】
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Kanji — 1 found

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10 strokes. JLPT N3. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
catch, capture
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Sentences — 9 found

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    • かれ彼ら
    • 捕り
    • 立て
    • さかな
    • あさいち朝市
    • 売って
    • くれる
    They sell us freshly caught fish in the early morning market. Tatoeba
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