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Words — 38 found

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1. vinegar
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2. VinegarVinegar is a liquid substance consisting mainly of acetic... Read more
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醋 【す】酸 【す】
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1. kabosu (type of citrus fruit) (Citrus sphaerocarpa)Usually written using kana alone
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2. Kabosuis a juicy green citrus fruit closely related to the yuzu... Read more
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臭橙 【かぼす】カボス
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1. black vinegar, usu. produced from unpolished rice
2. charred kelp or shiitake mushrooms ground and mixed with vinegar, used to dress raw fish and vegetables
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3. Rice vinegarRice vinegar is a vinegar made from fermented rice or ric... Read more
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1. vinegar used to wash or season seafoodFood term, Obscure term, See also 酢洗い
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1. vinegar and soy sauce mixed in roughly equal proportionsSee also 合わせ酢
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1. plum vinegar with perilla leaves addedFood term, See also 赤酢
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1. mixture of vinegar and some other flavouring (e.g. soy sauce, sugar, etc.)Food term, See also 合わせ酢
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1. vinegar, soy sauce and mirin (or sugar) mixed in roughly equal proportionsSee also 合わせ酢
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1. bitter orange juice, used in cooking as a vinegarFood term, See also ポン酢, See also ポンス, See also 橙 だいだい
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1. vinegar simmered with a little bit of saltFood term
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1. vinegared water, used for dampening the hands when making sushiFood term, See also 酢水
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1. wood vinegar; pyroligneous acid
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木醋 【もくさく】木酢 【もくす】
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1. vinegar made from sake leesFood term
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滓酢 【かすず】粕酢 【かすず】
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1. salt and misoOnly applies to 塩噌
2. salt and vinegarOnly applies to 塩酢
3. everyday foodArchaism
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塩酢 【えんそ】
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Kanji — 1 found

11.36999745556323
12 strokes. JLPT N1. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
vinegar, sour, acid, tart
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On: サク
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Names — 6 found

す 【酢】
Family or surname
1. Su
すさき 【酢】
Family or surname
1. Susaki
すざき 【酢】
Family or surname
1. Suzaki
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