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Words — 200 found

Noun
1. poison; toxicant
2. harm; evil influenceSee also 目の毒 めのどく, See also 毒する どくする
3. ill will; spite; malice
4. abusive languageAbbreviation
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Na-adjective, Noun
1. pitiful; unfortunate; poor; miserable; wretched
2. unpardonable; regrettable
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気のどく 【きのどく】
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Noun, Suru verb, No-adjective
1. poisoning
Noun - used as a suffix
2. addiction
  • わたし
  • テレビ
  • ちゅうどく中毒
  • です
  • I'm a TV addict.
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Noun
1. food poisoning
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Noun
1. syphilis
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2. SyphilisSyphilis is a sexually transmitted infection caused by th... Read more
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黴毒 【ばいどく】
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Noun, Suru verb
1. disinfection; sterilization; sterilisation
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2. DisinfectantDisinfectants are substances that are applied to non-livi... Read more
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Noun
1. toxicity; virulence
No-adjective
2. toxic; virulent; poisonous
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Noun
1. poisonous substance; toxic substance; poison
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Noun, No-adjective
1. wicked tongue; abusive language
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どく
Expression
1. my sympathies; that's too bad; my condolences
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Expression, Na-adjective
1. I am sorry (to hear, to say, etc.); a pityPolite (teineigo), See also 気の毒
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Suru verb - special class
1. to be a bad influence (on something); to corrupt; to poison
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Noun
1. poison mushroomAbbreviation, Slang, Antonym: 食菌
  • シロオニタケ
  • どくきん毒菌
  • けど
  • そんざいかん存在感
  • あって
  • 好き
  • なあ
  • Shiroonitake is a poisonous mushroom but it has real presence, and I like it.
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Noun
1. sterilization by boiling; sterilisation by boiling
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にんしんちゅうどくしょう 妊娠中毒症
Noun
1. pre-eclampsia; (formerly) toxemia of pregnancy
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Kanji — 1 found

10.315873650539785
8 strokes. JLPT N2. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 5.
poison, virus, venom, germ, harm, injury, spite
On: ドク
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