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Words — 580 found

Noun
1. stone
  • その
  • こども子供
  • ちい小さな
  • いし
  • ひろいあ拾い上げた
The child picked up a small stone.
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2. jewel; precious stone
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3. flint (in a lighter)
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4. stoneGo (game)
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5. stone (in the bladder, kidney etc.); calculusMedicine
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1. koku; traditional unit of volume, approx. 180.4 litres
  • あの
  • だいみょう大名
  • 十万
  • こく
  • りょう領している
That daimyo holds a fief yielding 100,000 koku of rice.
Noun
2. measure of a Japanese-style boat's loading capacity (approx. 278.26 liters)
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3. Koku
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斛 【こく】
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Counter
1. counter for jewels in a watch
Counter
2. counter for transistors, diodes, etc. in an electronic product
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Noun
1. soap
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2. SoapIn chemistry, soap is a salt of a fatty acid. Soaps are m... Read more
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石けん 【せっけん】石鹼 【せっけん】
Notes
石鹼: Out-dated kanji or kanji usage.
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1. oil; petroleum
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2. kerosene; paraffinColloquial, See also 灯油
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3. PetroleumPetroleum. The Latin word petra is a loanword from Greek ... Read more
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  • げんゆかかく原油価格
  • こうとう高騰
  • により、ガソリンや
  • とうゆ灯油
  • などの
  • せきゆせいひん石油製品
  • かかく価格
  • がまず
  • いっせい一斉に
  • 上がった
The price of petroleum products such as gasoline and kerosene first rose all at once due to the soaring price of crude oil.
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Noun
1. coal
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2. CoalCoal (from the Old English term col, which has meant "min... Read more
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石炭 【いしずみ】
Notes
いしずみ: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage.
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    世界的な「
  • だつせきたん脱石炭
  • 」の動きに押され、世界各地で
  • せきたんかりょくはつでんしょ石炭火力発電所
  • の廃止が進んでいる。
Pushed by the global movement to phase out the use of coal, coal-fired, thermal power plants are being closed in many parts of the world.
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Noun
1. stone monument bearing an inscription (esp. memorial for future generations); stele; stela
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石文 【いしぶみ】碑 【ひ】
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Noun
1. stone wall
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2. Stone wallStone walls are a kind of masonry construction which have... Read more
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石垣 【いしがけ】石崖 【いしがけ】
Notes
石崖: Rarely-used kanji form.
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Noun
1. Stone Age
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2. Stone AgeThe Stone Age is a broad prehistoric period during which ... Read more
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Noun
1. asbestosSee also アスベスト
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2. AsbestosAsbestos is a set of six naturally occurring silicate min... Read more
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石綿 【せきめん】
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Noun
1. stone monument
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2. SteleA stele, also stela Latin, is a stone or wooden slab, gen... Read more
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Noun which may take the genitive case particle 'no', Noun
1. (made of) stone; stone-built
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石作り 【いしづくり】
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Noun
1. stone construction
Noun which may take the genitive case particle 'no'
2. stone-built; (made of) stoneSee also 石造り
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Noun
1. lizardUsually written using kana alone
Noun
2. skink lizard (Scincidae spp.)Usually written using kana alone
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3. LizardLizards are a widespread group of squamate reptiles, with... Read more
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石龍子 【とかげ】石竜子 【とかげ】蝘蜓 【とかげ】トカゲ
Notes
石龍子: Rarely-used kanji form. 石竜子: Rarely-used kanji form. 蝘蜓: Rarely-used kanji form.
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Noun
1. stone wall; dry wall
  • かれ
  • はな話しかける
  • いしかべ石壁
  • はな話しかける
  • ような
  • もの
You may as well talk to a stone wall as to him.
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2. rocky cliff; stone precipice
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石壁 【せきへき】
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Noun, Noun which may take the genitive case particle 'no'
1. lime; quicklime; caustic lime
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2. Lime (material)Lime is a general term for calcium-containing inorganic m... Read more
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石灰 【いしばい】
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Noun
1. stone bridge
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2. Ishibashi
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石橋 【せっきょう】
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Kanji — 1 found

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5 strokes. JLPT N3. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 1.
stone
Kun: いし
On: セキ シャク コク
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Sentences — 386 found

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    • こうせき鉱石
    • きん
    • ぎん
    • のような
    • きんぞく金属
    • のものもあれば、
    • せっかい石灰
    • せっこう石膏
    • のような
    • ひきんぞく非金属
    • のものもある。
    Some ores are metals, such as gold and silver, while others are nonmetals, such as lime and gypsum. Jreibun
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