Words — 119 found
1. to avoid (physical contact with)Only applies to よける
- The speeding car missed the child, who ran out into the road, by only a hairsbreadth.
2. to avoid (situation)Only applies to さける
- You might avoid an unpleasant experience.
3. to ward off; to avert
4. to put aside; to move out of the wayOnly applies to よける
避ける 【よける】、除ける 【よける】
1. to leave; to go away
- さ 、
- もど 。
- In 1900, he left England, and he never returned.
2. to pass; to elapse
- さ 、
- The good old days have gone, never to return.
3. to be distant
4. to send away; to drive off; to divorce
5. to (do) completelyafter a -masu stem, esp. of a suru verb
6. last ... (e.g. "last April")Only applies to 去る, Antonym: 来る きたる
- けっこん 。
- My sister married a high school teacher last June.
1. taking refuge; finding shelter; evacuation; escape; seeking safe haven
1. contraception; birth control
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1. flight; elopement
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1. to dodge; to evade; to avoid; to sidestepUsually written using kana alone
避わす: Irregular kanji usage.
1. evacuation center (typically indoors, e.g. schools, gyms, community centers); refugeSee also 避難場所
- Idleness is only the refuge of weak minds.
1. cannot be avoided (of a problem, etc.); unavoidable; inevitable
- There are a lot of problems we can't avoid.
1. evasion; avoidance; shirking
2. recusation (of a judge); taking exception (to a judge); challengeLaw
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1. escaping the summer heat; going somewhere cooler during the summer; summering
1. taking refuge; evacuation
2. backup (of data)Computing, See also バックアップ
1. intrauterine device; IUD; contraceptive ring
- ひにん 」
- おお 。
- In Japan the ring shaped ones came into use first so they're also often called "contraceptive rings".
1. escape from reality; escapism; ostrichism
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1. emergency evacuation
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