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Words — 506 found

Noun
1. gas; vapour; vapor; gaseous body
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2. GasGas is one of the three classical states of matter. Near ... Read more
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1. gas (as a fuel)Usually written using kana alone, From Dutch; Flemish , From English
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2. gas (state of matter)Usually written using kana alone, See also 気体
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3. poison gasUsually written using kana alone, See also 毒ガス
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4. dense fog; thick fogUsually written using kana alone
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5. gas stove; gas cooker; gas rangeUsually written using kana alone, Abbreviation, See also ガスコンロ
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6. gasoline; gas; petrolUsually written using kana alone
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7. flatulence; gas; wind; fartUsually written using kana alone, Colloquialism
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8. gassed yarnUsually written using kana alone, Abbreviation, See also ガス糸
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瓦斯: Ateji (phonetic) reading, Rarely-used kanji form.
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1. wind; gas; fartUsually written using kana alone, usually 屁 is へ, and おなら is in kana
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2. something worthless; something not worth consideringOnly applies to へ
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3. FlatulenceFlatulence is the expulsion through the rectum of a mixtu... Read more
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屁 【へ】
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1. gas station; petrol station; filling stationWasei, word made in Japan, From English “gasoline stand”. Wasei (word made in Japan)
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2. Filling stationA filling station, fueling station, garage, gasbar (Canad... Read more
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ガソリン・スタンド
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Noun
1. fuel consumption; gas mileage
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2. Fuel economy in automobilesFuel usage in automobiles refers to the fuel efficiency r... Read more
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Noun, Noun which may take the genitive case particle 'no'
1. gas
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1. city gas; mains gas; gas supplied to buildings via pipes
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2. Coal gasCoal gas (also town gas and illumination gas) is a flamma... Read more
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1. compressed gas cylinder; aerosol spray canFrom German “Bombe”
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2. Gas cylinderA gas cylinder is a pressure vessel used to store gases a... Read more
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1. gas heater; gas fireWasei, word made in Japan, From English “gas stove”. Wasei (word made in Japan)
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ガス・ストーブ
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りゅうさん 亜硫酸
Noun
1. sulphurous acid gas; sulfurous acid gas; sulphur dioxide gas; sulfur dioxide gas
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1. ideal gas; perfect gasSee also 実在気体
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2. Ideal gasAn ideal gas is a theoretical gas composed of a set of ra... Read more
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1. gas range; gas burner; gas ring; hot plate; gas cooker; gas cooktop; esp. table-top unit with two or more burners and a fish ovenWasei, word made in Japan, See also ガス台, From English “gas table”. Wasei (word made in Japan)
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ガス・テーブル
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1. gas range; gas burner; gas ring; gas cooker; gas cooktop
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1. diesel oil; diesel fuel; gas oil
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2. light oil
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3. Diesel fuelDiesel oil redirects here. Sometimes "diesel oil" is used... Read more
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1. gas tank; gasholder; gasometer
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2. Gas holderA gas holder (commonly known as a gasometer, sometimes al... Read more
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ガス・タンク
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1. gas leak
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2. Gas leakIn common usage, a gas leak refers to a leak of natural g... Read more
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Noun
1. chlorofluorocarbon gas; CFC gas
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フロン・ガス
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Kanji — 5 found

3.685798407909564
13 strokes. JLPT N1. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 6.
wound, hurt, injure, impair, pain, injury, cut, gash, scar, weak point
On: ショウ
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97.92083166733306
12 strokes.
pant, gasp, breathe hard
Kun: あえ.ぐ せき
On: ゼン セン
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7 strokes.
fart, passing gas
Kun: おなら
On:
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8 strokes.
breath, air, steam, gas, weather, used in Taoist charms
Kun: いき
On:
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Sentences — 89 found

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    • ひとびと人々
    • ガス
    • いき
    • くる苦しく
    • なった
    People were choked with the gas. Tatoeba
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Names — 141 found

ガスシティー
Place
1. Gas City
ひろしまガス 【広島ガス】
Organization
1. Hiroshima Gas
こうあつガスほあんきょうかい 【高圧ガス保安協会】
Organization
1. High Pressure Gas Safety Institute of Japan
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