Jisho

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Words — 75 found

Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
1. to soak (in); to steep; to dip; to dunk
  • かれ
  • スプーン
  • スープ
  • なか
  • つけた
  • He dipped his spoon into the soup.
Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
2. to pickle; to preserve (in salt, vinegar, etc.)Only applies to 漬ける
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浸ける 【つける】
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Noun, Suru verb
1. pickling in salt
Noun, Noun which may take the genitive case particle 'no'
2. leaving unchanged; leaving unused
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3. Salting (food)Salting is the preservation of food with dry edible salt.... Read more
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塩漬 【しおづけ】
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Godan verb with ru ending, Intransitive verb
1. to be soaked in; to be flooded; to be submerged
Godan verb with ru ending, Intransitive verb
2. to be immersed in (joy, memories, alcohol, etc.); to give oneself over to; to bask in
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漬る 【ひたる】
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Godan verb with ru ending, Intransitive verb
1. to be submerged; to be soaked
  • しょうじょ少女
  • ひざ
  • まで
  • みず
  • つかった
  • The girl stood up to her knees in the water.
Godan verb with ru ending, Intransitive verb
2. to be pickled; to be well seasonedesp. 漬かる
Godan verb with ru ending, Intransitive verb
3. to be totally immersed (in a condition, e.g. laziness)
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漬かる 【つかる】
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Noun, Suru verb
1. last-minute cramming; overnight cramming
  • らいしゅう来週
  • から
  • ちゅうかん中間テスト
  • いちやづ一夜漬け
  • じゃ
  • たちう太刀打ちできない
  • もんだい問題
  • ばかり
  • きょう今日
  • から
  • はじ始めろ
  • Midterm exams start next week. Just cramming the night before won't get you ready. There'll be a lot of tough questions. You should start studying today.
Noun
2. (vegetables) salted just overnightoriginal meaning
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3. Cramming (education)In education, cramming (also known as mugging or swotting... Read more
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一夜漬 【いちやづけ】一夜づけ 【いちやづけ】
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1. pickled (something)
Suffix
2. pickled in (something); preserved in; dipped inSee also ぬか漬け
  • かれ
  • とにかく
  • コンピューター
  • 漬け
  • だから
  • He eats, breathes and sleeps computers.
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3. overreliance on (e.g. medication); excessive use of; addiction to; immersion in; intense involvement inSee also 薬漬け
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Noun
1. tsukemono; Japanese pickled vegetables
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2. Tsukemonoare Japanese pickles. They are served with rice as okazu ... Read more
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漬け物 【つけもの】
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Noun
1. chazuke; cooked rice with green tea poured on itFood, cooking
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2. ChazukeChazuke or ochazuke is a simple Japanese dish made by pou... Read more
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茶漬 【ちゃづけ】茶づけ 【ちゃづけ】
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Noun
1. (fish or vegetables) pickled in sake lees
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2. Kasuzuke, also kasu-zuke, is a Japanese dish made by pickling fis... Read more
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糟漬 【かすづけ】
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Noun
1. pickled daikon (radish)
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2. Takuan, also known as takuwan or takuan-zuke, is a popular trad... Read more
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沢庵漬 【たくあんづけ】沢庵漬け 【たくあんづけ】たくあん漬 【たくあんづけ】
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Noun
1. pickles made in brine and fermented rice bran (esp. vegetables, also meat, fish, eggs, etc.)
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2. Nukazukeare a type of Japanese pickle, made by fermenting vegetab... Read more
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糠漬 【ぬかづけ】ぬか漬け 【ぬかづけ】ヌカ漬け 【ヌカづけ】
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Noun
1. woodland bittercress (Cardamine flexuosa); wavy bittercressUsually written using kana alone
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2. Cardamine flexuosaCardamine flexuosa, commonly known as Wavy Bittercress, i... Read more
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種付花 【たねつけばな】種漬け花 【たねつけばな】タネツケバナ
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Noun
1. Matsumae pickles; dried squid, kombu, and herring roe pickled togetherFood, cooking
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2. MatsumaezukeMatsumaezuke is a pickled dish native to Matsumae, Hokkai... Read more
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づけ
Noun
1. daikon pickled in salted rice yeastFood, cooking
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2. Bettarazukeis a type of pickled daikon popular in Tokyo, a sort of t... Read more
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べったら漬け 【べったらづけ】
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Noun
1. lightly pickled vegetables
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2. Asazukeis a Japanese pickling method characterized by its short ... Read more
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浅漬 【あさづけ】
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Noun
1. vegetables pickled in sake lees
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奈良漬け 【ならづけ】
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Na-adjective (keiyodoshi), Noun
1. drenched with sweat; sweaty all overSee also 汗だく
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汗水漬く 【あせみずく】汗水漬 【あせみずく】汗水漬く 【あせみづく】汗みづく 【あせみづく】汗水漬 【あせみづく】
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汗水漬: Irregular okurigana usage. 汗水漬: Irregular okurigana usage.
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Noun
1. freshly pickled vegetables
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新漬け 【しんづけ】
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Noun
1. pickle on a stick (usually a cucumber)
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一本漬 【いっぽんつけ】
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Noun
1. salt pickling of a turnip or daikon, incl. leaves and stalk
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茎漬け 【くきづけ】
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Kanji — 1 found

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14 strokes. JLPT N1. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
pickling, soak, moisten, steep
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