Jisho

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Words — 48 found

Noun
1. charm; talisman; amulet
2. tally
3. sign; mark; note
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4. fu; unit used in calculation of a hand's scoreMahjong term
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Noun
1. sign; mark; symbol; code
2. sign (e.g. positive, negative)Mathematics
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3. CodeA code is a rule for converting a piece of information in... Read more
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Noun, Suru verb
1. agreement; coincidence; correspondence; conformity
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ごうぶんかつげんせつぞく 符号分割多元接続
Noun
1. code division multiple access; CDMA
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ごうかんかんしょう 符号間干渉
Noun
1. ISI; intersymbol interferenceComputer terminology
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2. Intersymbol interferenceIn telecommunication, intersymbol interference (ISI) is a... Read more
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ごうあやまりつ 符号誤
Noun
1. (code) error rateComputer terminology
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2. Bit error rateIn digital transmission, the number of bit errors is the ... Read more
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Noun
1. coding theoryComputer terminology
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2. Coding theoryCoding theory is the study of the properties of codes and... Read more
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Noun
1. code extensionComputer terminology
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2. Sign extensionSign extension is the operation, in computer arithmetic, ... Read more
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No-adjective
1. signedComputer terminology
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符号付 【ふごうつき】
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ごうじょうほうしゅべつ 符号化情報種別
Noun
1. Encoded Information Type; EITComputer terminology
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Noun
1. symbol; sign; mark
2. (secret) price mark
3. secret language; code; cipher; argot; password
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符帳 【ふちょう】符牒 【ふちょう】
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ごうぶんかつげんせつぞくほうしき 符号分割多元接続方式
Noun
1. CDMA; code division multiple accessComputer terminology
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Kanji — 1 found

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11 strokes. JLPT N2. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
token, sign, mark, tally, charm
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Sentences — 135 found

  • 75724
    • ぶん
    • 書く
    • とき
    • には
    • ふつう
    • おおもじ大文字
    • 始め
    • ピリオド
    • (.)、
    • または
    • かんたんふ感嘆符
    • (!)、
    • ぎもんふ疑問符
    • (?)、
    • 終わる
    When writing a sentence, generally you start with a capital letter and finish with a period (.), an exclamation mark (!), or a question mark (?). Tatoeba
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Names — 12 found

ふ 【符】
Family or surname
1. Fu
ふさか 【符坂】
Family or surname
1. Fusaka
ふざみのはな 【符崎の鼻】
Place
1. Fuzaminohana
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