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Results for: (committing, resorting to) an act of violenceTranslations 1 - 30 of 46
 English Japanese (Kanji)
(committing, resorting to) an act of violence暴力沙汰 [ぼうりょくざた]
(political) violence, violent tactics used by political radicalsゲバ
(political) violence, violent tactics used by political radicalsゲバルト
a political settlement, settling (a dispute) politically (without resorting to force)政治決着 [せいじけっちゃく]
acting alone in committing a crime単独正犯 [たんどくせいはん]
ahimsa (principle of non-violence in Jainism, Buddhism, Hinduism, etc.)アヒンサー
alliance (of the Six Kingdoms against the Qin dynasty, and of individual Kingdoms with the Qin dynasty), (tactic of) making & breaking alliances (to benefit oneself as the occasion demands), resorting to alliances as a diplomatic expedient合従連衡 [がっしょうれんこう]
assault, outrage, act of violence暴行 [ぼうこう]
assault, violence, damaging (someone)加害 [かがい]
committing every evil, being given to evil ways, following the path of evil悪行三昧 [あくぎょうざんまい]
committing suicide by throwing oneself in front of an onrushing train飛び込み自殺 [とびこみじさつ]
committing to, refer to, submit to付託 [ふたく]
domestic violenceドメスティックバイオレンス
fast working; fast in forming relationships with women; quick to resort to violence手の早い [てのはやい]
household violence, domestic violence家庭内暴力 [かていないぼうりょく]
intenseness, violence, severity, vehemence, keenness劇甚 [げきじん]
intenseness, violence, severity, vehemence, keenness激甚 [げきじん]
Kristallnacht (night of concerted violence against Jews in Germany and Austria from November 9-10, 1938)水晶の夜 [すいしょうのよる]
light blue samurai costume commonly worn when committing suicide水上下 [みずかみしも]
light blue samurai costume commonly worn when committing suicide水裃 [みずかみしも]
political violence政治的暴力 [せいじてきぼうりょく]
political violence政治暴力 [せいじぼうりょく]
resorting (coming) to fisticuffs, coming to blows腕力沙汰 [わんりょくざた]
running amok (amuck), committing an outrage, rampageous behavior乱暴狼藉 [らんぼうろうぜき]
running amok (amuck), committing violence on, in utter disorder落花狼藉 [らっかろうぜき]
school violence校内暴力 [こうないぼうりょく]
single crime consisting of multiple independent crimes (i.e. robbery, which consists of theft and threats or use of violence)結合犯 [けつごうはん]
street violence against middle-aged menおやじ狩り [おやじがり]
thief who threatens violence when detected居直り強盗 [いなおりごうとう]
to act with extreme violence暴虐を極める [ぼうぎゃくをきわめる]
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