Words — 107 found
1. chain; chains
3. Cable lengthA cable length or cable's length is a nautical unit of me... Read more
1. blockade; lockdown; sealing off (an area)
- The harbor can be blocked.
2. freezing (funds)
3. BlockadeA blockade is an effort to cut off food, supplies, war ma... Read more
1. handcuffs; manacles
2. confinement in chains (Edo-era judicial corporal punishment)Historical term, Only applies to 手鎖
3. HandcuffsHandcuffs are restraint devices designed to secure an ind... Read more
手鎖 【てじょう】、手鎖 【てぐさり】
手鎖: Rarely-used kanji form. てぐさり: Irregular kana usage. 手鎖: Rarely-used kanji form.
1. closing; closure
2. shutdown; lockout
1. lock; padlock
- We barred the door and locked it.
2. tablet; lozenge; pill
- いっかい ２
- か 。
- It says on the label to take two tablets.
3. ChainA chain is a series of connected links which are typicall... Read more
1. to shut; to close; to fasten; to lock
2. to block (a street, entrance, etc.)Only applies to とざす
- と 。
- Japan's rice market is closed to imports.
3. to shut in (with snow, ice, etc.); to shut off; to cut off; to cover (e.g. in darkness)Only applies to とざす, usu. in the passive
- と 。
- The lake was bound in ice.
4. to consume (with negative feelings); to fill (e.g. with sadness); to bury (e.g. in grief)Only applies to とざす, usu. in the passive
鎖す 【とざす】、鎖す 【さす】
鎖す: Rarely-used kanji form. 鎖す: Rarely-used kanji form.
1. chain; series; connection
- The world's tropical rainforests are critical links in the ecological chain of life on the planet.
1. collarbone; clavicle
2. ClavicleIn human anatomy, the clavicle or collar bone is a long b... Read more
1. Markov chain Monte Carlo methods; MCMC methodsComputing
- おこな 。
- This software carries out Markov Chain Monte Carlo calculations by the use of Gibbs Sampling.
2. Markov chain Monte CarloMarkov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) methods (which include ra... Read more
1. chain reactionYojijukugo (four character compound)
2. nuclear chain reactionYojijukugo (four character compound)
1. human chain (chain of people holding hands, usually in protest)
2. Baltic WayThe Baltic Way or Baltic Chain (also Chain of Freedom, Es... Read more
1. open-chain compound; acyclic compoundChemistry
2. Open-chain compoundIn chemistry, an open-chain compound (also spelled as ope... Read more
1. sternocleidomastoid muscle; sternomastoid
2. Sternocleidomastoid muscleIn human anatomy, the sternocleidomastoid muscle, also kn... Read more
1. linkage disequilibrium
2. Linkage disequilibriumtion of linkage disequilibrium in a haploid population wi... Read more
1. short-chain fatty acid
2. Short-chain fatty acidShort-chain fatty acids are a sub-group of fatty acids wi... Read more
2. StreptococcusStreptococcus is a genus of spherical Gram-positive bacte... Read more
1. chain mail (armor, armour)
2. Mail (armour)Mail (maille, chainmail) is a type of armour consisting o... Read more
1. food chain
2. Food chainA food chain is somewhat a linear sequence of links in a ... Read more