EUdict :: English-Japanese(Kanji) dictionary
Results for: [ていりゅうじょ] bus or tram stop Translations: 1 – 30 / 131 English Japanese(Kanji) (a) stop (e.g. in a timber joint, or at the end of a kanji stroke); remaining (e.g. poste-restante) 止め [とめ] (a) stop (e.g. in a timber joint, or at the end of a kanji stroke); remaining (e.g. poste-restante); forty-five degree angle 留め [とめ] (after the -masu stem of a verb) to stop in the midst of, to leave undone 止す [さす] (coming to a) sudden stop 急停車 [きゅうていしゃ] (comp) non-stop computer ノンストップコンピュータ (comp) start-stop synchronization 調歩同期 [ちょうほどうき] (comp) start-stop system 調歩同期式 [ちょうほどうきしき] (comp) start-stop transmission 調歩式伝送 [ちょうほしきでんそう] (comp) stop bit ストップビット (comp) stop signal ストップ信号 [ストップしんごう] (comp) tabulation stop タブ停止位置 [タブていしいち] (comp) tabulation stop, tab stop タブストップ (railway) buffer stop, bumper, bumping post 車止め [くるまどめ] abbr. of counter stop, max value in games (99, 255 and such) カンスト automatic stop オートストップ automatic train stop, ATS 自動列車停止装置 [じどうれっしゃていしそうち] bus or tram stop 停留所 [ていりゅうじょ] bus stop バスストップ bus stop バス停 [バスてい] clanging noise of a bell, something happening non-stop じゃんじゃん clink, sudden stop ぱたり close up shop, stop business, go out of business 店閉まい [みせじまい] close up shop, stop business, go out of business 店仕舞 [みせじまい] close up shop, stop business, go out of business 店仕舞い [みせじまい] forcing to a stop 強制中断 [きょうせいちゅうだん] full stop, period; end 終止符 [しゅうしふ] full-stop mark at mid-character height 中点 [なかてん] incessant working, working non-stop 働き詰め [はたらきづめ] kanji "stop" radical at left 止偏 [とめへん] megafeps (mnemonic for verbs that never precede infinitives, but rather their gerunds), mind, enjoy, give up, avoid, finish, escape, postpone, stop メガフェプス
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