Words — 64 found
1. medical treatment; cure
2. TherapyTherapy, or treatment, is the attempted remediation of a ... Read more
1. to cure; to healusu. 治す
- That doctor may cure him of his cancer.
2. to fix; to correct; to repairusu. 直す
- I will have repaired your watch by tomorrow.
3. to do over againafter -masu base of verb; usu. 直す
- The boy adjusted his cap.
4. to replace; to put back as it wasKansai dialect, usu. 直す
- Put the book back where you found it.
5. to convert (into a different state); to transformusu. 直す
- Put the following sentences into Japanese.
1. to be cured; to get well; to be healedesp. 治る
- なお 。
- It will go away by itself in two weeks.
2. to get mended; to be repaired; to be fixedesp. 直る
- When will you ever loosen your purse strings?
1. to govern; to manage
- He can't run his own family, let alone a nation!
2. to subdue
1. to die down (storm, anger, conflict, etc.); to calm down; to cool off; to abate; to be settled; to be brought under control
2. to be at peace; to be governed well
3. to subside (of pain, symptoms, etc.); to be alleviated; to get better; to ease off
- The medicine relieved him of his stomach-ache.
1. healing; cure; recovery
2. CureA cure is the end of a medical condition; the substance o... Read more
1. public order
2. Public safetyPublic safety involves the prevention of and protection f... Read more
1. clinical trial
2. Clinical trialClinical trials are a set of procedures in medical resear... Read more
1. extraterritorialityYojijukugo (four character compound)
2. ExtraterritorialityExtraterritoriality is the state of being exempt from the... Read more
1. Peace Preservation Act (1925)
2. Peace Preservation LawThe Public Security Preservation Laws were a series of la... Read more
1. Jiryaku era (1065.8.2-1069.4.13); Chiryaku era
2. JiryakuJiryaku was a Japanese era name after Kōhei and before En... Read more
1. jig (tool)Usually written using kana alone
2. Jig (tool)In metalworking and woodworking, a jig is a type of tool ... Read more
治具: Ateji (phonetic) reading. 冶具: Ateji (phonetic) reading, Irregular kanji usage.