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Words — 50 found

Godan verb with mu ending, Transitive verb
1. to pinch; to hold (between one's fingers); to pick up (with chopsticks, tweezers, etc.)Usually written using kana alone
2. to pick up and eat; to snack onUsually written using kana alone
3. to pick out (the main point); to summarize; to sum upUsually written using kana alone
4. to bewitch; to possess; to fascinateUsually written using kana alone, usu. as つままれる
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摘まむ 【つまむ】撮む 【つまむ】抓む 【つまむ】
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Noun, Suru verb
1. exposing; unmasking; laying bare
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Noun, Suru verb
1. picking out; taking out; (surgical) removal
  • げかい外科医
  • かんじゃ患者
  • もうちょう盲腸
  • てきしゅつ摘出
  • した
  • The surgeon took out his patient's appendix.
2. exposure
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Noun
1. knob; handle; buttonUsually written using kana alone
  • この
  • つまみ
  • まわ回す
  • こと
  • テレビ
  • いろ
  • ちょうせつ調節
  • できます
  • You can adjust the color on the TV by turning this knob.
2. (file) handleComputer terminology
3. snack (to have with a drink); side dish
  • ビール
  • 摘まみ
  • ほしい
  • I would like to have something to munch on with my beer.
Suffix
4. a pinch (e.g. of salt)
Noun, Noun - used as a suffix
5. picking; harvesting
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摘まみ 【つまみ】撮み 【つまみ】抓み 【つまみ】
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Godan verb with mu ending, Transitive verb
1. to sum up; to summarize; to summariseUsually written using kana alone, usu. in the form かいつまんで
Other forms
かい摘む 【かいつまむ】搔い摘む 【かいつまむ】掻い摘まむ 【かいつまむ】
Notes
掻い摘まむ: Irregular okurigana usage.
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Noun, Suru verb
1. eating with one's fingers
2. snitching food; snatched food; secret eating; food snatched and eaten without the meal starting
  • かれ
  • ケーキ
  • つまみぐつまみ食い
  • する
  • 見られた
  • He was seen to eat a piece of cake secretly.
3. embezzlement; misappropriation; exploiting something
4. flirting
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摘まみ食い 【つまみぐい】摘み食い 【つまみぐい】撮み食い 【つまみぐい】
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Noun
1. snack (to have with a drink); side dishPolite (teineigo), Usually written using kana alone, See also 摘み
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お摘まみ 【おつまみ】お抓み 【おつまみ】お撮み 【おつまみ】御摘み 【おつまみ】御摘まみ 【おつまみ】御抓み 【おつまみ】御撮み 【おつまみ】
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Noun
1. picking apples; harvesting applesObscure term
  • かのじょ彼女
  • とりい取り入れ
  • りんごつみ
  • みました
  • She watched the harvest gathered and the apples picked.
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林檎摘み 【りんごつみ】
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Godan verb with mu ending, Transitive verb
1. to pick; to pluck
2. to snip; to cut; to nip; to trimOnly applies to 摘む
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抓む 【つむ】
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Godan verb with ru ending, Transitive verb
1. to pluck; to pick; to nip off
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摘みとる 【つみとる】つみ取る 【つみとる】摘み取る 【つまみとる】摘みとる 【つまみとる】つまみ取る 【つまみとる】
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Noun
1. washing only the soiled part (of a garment)
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摘み洗い 【つまみあらい】
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Ichidan verb
1. to take a pinch of something (e.g. salt); to pick up in one's fingers
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つまみ上げる 【つまみあげる】
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Noun
1. rape seedlings; pinched-off vegetable seedlings; young edible greens
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摘み菜 【つまみな】摘まみ菜 【つまみな】撮み菜 【つまみな】
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Noun
1. New Year food for entertaining a guest served in multilayered lacquered boxes
2. Kansai New Year decoration (made from food)Archaism, See also 蓬莱飾り ほうらいかざり, Edo name
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食積 【くいつみ】食い積み 【くいつみ】食摘み 【くいつみ】食い摘み 【くいつみ】
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Noun, Noun or verb acting prenominally
1. spring picking; first flush (tea)
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Noun
1. picking herbs and wildflowers (esp. early spring)
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Kanji — 1 found

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14 strokes. JLPT N1. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
pinch, pick, pluck, trim, clip, summarize
Kun: つ.む
On: テキ
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