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Words — 12 found

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1. philosophy
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1. concept; general idea; notionSee also 概念 がいねん
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2. intention; aim; design; philosophy; plan; plot; themeSee also 構想 こうそう
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1. world view; outlook on the world; Weltanschauung (philosophy)
  • それぞれ
  • ぶんか文化
  • には
  • しゅび首尾
  • いっかん一貫
  • した
  • せかいかん世界観
  • ある
  • Cultures have a coherent view of the world.
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2. appearance of a world (e.g. in fiction)
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Noun, Suru verb, No-adjective
1. betterment; improvement
  • にこくかん2国間の
  • ぼうえきじょう貿易上の
  • アンバランス
  • かいぜん改善
  • なければならない
  • The trade imbalance between two nations should be improved.
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2. kaizen (Japanese business philosophy of continuous improvement)Usually written using kana alone, often written カイゼン
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1. practice; putting into practice; implementation
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2. praxis (philosophy)
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1. coincidence; chance; accident; fortuityAntonym: 必然
Adverb
2. by chance; unexpectedly; accidentally
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3. contingency (philosophy)
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Noun, Noun - used as a suffix
1. quantity; amount; volume; capacity; portion (of food)
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2. generosity; magnanimity; toleranceSee also 度量
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3. pramana; (in Indian philosophy) means by which one gains accurate and valid knowledgeBuddhist term
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1. autonomy (philosophy)See also 他律
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2. self-control
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1. oneself and others; (in philosophy) subject and object
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2. transitivity; transitive and intransitive verbslinguistics terminology, See also 自動詞, See also 他動詞
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3. first person and third personlinguistics terminology, Obscure term, See also 自称, See also 他称
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4. self-salvation and salvation by faithBuddhist term, See also 自力, See also 他力
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1. absurd; irrational; unreasonable; illogical
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2. absurdity (philosophy)
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1. physical science; natural science
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2. physicsSee also 物理学
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3. lixue (Song-era Chinese philosophy)
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4. philosophyArchaism, See also 哲学
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