EUdict :: English-Japanese(Kanji) dictionary
Results for: [���ä���] chase scene; groupie, paparazzo; soon, by-and-by Translations: 1 – 30 / 92 English Japanese(Kanji) (a) passage in a discourse, one scene 一齣 [ひとくさり] (Buddh) Asura realm; scene of carnage 修羅道 [しゅらどう] (theatrical) fighting scene 荒事 [あらごと] ability of a video camera to hold a scene steady シーンタフネス性 [シーンタフネスせい] action picture, riotous scene 活劇 [かつげき] actual spot, scene, scene of the crime 現場 [げんじょう] actual spot, scene, scene of the crime 現場 [げんば] all nature being bleak and desolate, scene looking desolate and forlorn as far as the eye can see 満目荒涼 [まんもくこうりょう] all nature being bleak and desolate, scene looking desolate and forlorn as far as the eye can see 満目蕭条 [まんもくしょうじょう] arrival on scene, arrival on location 現場着 [げんばちゃく] arrival on scene, arrival on location 現場到着 [げんばとうちゃく] beautiful and quiet scene 幽勝 [ゆうしょう] bedroom scene ベッドシーン car chase カーチェイス chase scene; groupie, paparazzo; soon, by-and-by 追っかけ [おっかけ] chase scene; groupie, paparazzo; soon, by-and-by 追っ掛け [おっかけ] chase too far 深追い [ふかおい] chasing, chase 追走 [ついそう] colored pattern, coloured pattern, love scene 色模様 [いろもよう] disastrous scene 惨たる光景 [さんたるこうけい] disastrous scene, terrible spectacle 惨状 [さんじょう] dusk, twilight scene 暮色 [ぼしょく] dust, smokestack smoke, battle scene 煙塵 [えんじん] evening scene 晩景 [ばんけい] evening scene (landscape) 夕景色 [ゆうげしき] fall of the curtain, last scene, end of act 幕切れ [まくぎれ] famous (impressive) scene 名場面 [めいばめん] fighting scene, scene of carnage (bloodshed) 修羅場 [しゅらば] fighting scene, scene of carnage (bloodshed); location of the fight between Asura and Sakra devanam Indra 修羅場 [しゅらじょう] fighting, scene of carnage 修羅 [しゅら]
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