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Words — 74 found

Noun
1. railway station; train station
2. staging post on a highway (in pre-modern Japan)
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驛 【えき】
Notes
驛: Out-dated kanji.
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Noun
1. boxed lunch bought at a station (often a local specialty)
  • おひるお昼
  • えきべん駅弁
  • しよう
  • Let's have one of those boxed lunches they sell at train stations.
2. sexual position in which one person stands supporting the otherVulgar
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3. EkibenFor other uses, see Ekiben (disambiguation) Ekiben (railw... Read more
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1. (train) station attendant; station employee; station staff
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Noun
1. station master
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2. Station masterThe station master was the person in charge of railway st... Read more
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1. long-distance relay raceAbbreviation, See also 駅伝競走
2. stagecoach; post horse
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1. relay station; post station; stage
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Noun
1. roadside station (government-designated rest area found along roads and highways)
Train station
2. Michi Station
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3. Roadside Station(道の駅 清流の里ひじかわ) in Ehime]] A Roadside Station is a governm... Read more
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1. long-distance relay race
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2. EkidenEkiden is a term referring to a long-distance relay runni... Read more
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Noun
1. railway station; train station
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2. Train stationA train station, also called a railroad station (mainly i... Read more
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1. transfer station; transfer point
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2. Interchange stationAn interchange station or a transfer station is a train s... Read more
Other forms
乗り換え駅 【のりかええき】
Notes
乗り換え駅: Irregular okurigana usage.
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Noun
1. secluded station; unexplored stationObscure term, Colloquialism
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2. Hikyō stationA hikyō station, or "secluded station," is the name for t... Read more
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Noun
1. central station
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2. Central stationA central station usually designates the principal passen... Read more
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Kanji — 1 found

6.316019046926684
14 strokes. JLPT N4. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 3.
station
On: エキ
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