EUdict :: English-Japanese(Kanji) dictionary
Results for: (taking) a flexible approach (to) Translations: 1 – 30 / 304 English Japanese(Kanji) (taking) a flexible approach (to) 柔軟路線 [じゅうなんろせん] (adopting) a popular line, (taking) a populist line 大衆路線 [たいしゅうろせん] (an ambitious adventurer) taking advantage of the troubled times 風雲に乗ずる [ふううんにじょうずる] (baseball) taking the field first, thus batting second 後攻 [こうこう] (comp) Flexible Advanced Systems Architecture フレキシブルアドバンストアーキテクチャシステム (comp) flexible disk cartridge フレキシブルディスクカートリッジ (comp) flexible disk, floppy disk フレキシブルディスク (comp) Flexible Manufacturing System, FMS 多品種中少量生産システム [たひんしゅちゅうしょうりょうせいさんシステム] (comp) floppy disk, flexible disk フロッピー・ディスク (comp) floppy disk, flexible disk フロッピーディスク (following) a pragmatic (policy) line (approach) 現実路線 [げんじつろせん] (taking a) bath, hot spring cure 湯浴み [ゆあみ] (taking a) kickback ピンハネ (taking a) kickback ピン撥ね [ピンはね] (taking) notes, copying 筆記 [ひっき] (the impression of being) soft and flexible くにゃくにゃ (treasuring something by) never taking (it) off the premises 門外不出 [もんがいふしゅつ] (university) club that exists for the purpose of getting women drunk and taking advantage of them ヤリサー a bottom-up approach to management, on-the-spot decision-making 現場主義 [げんばしゅぎ] a flexible way of thinking 柔軟思考 [じゅうなんしこう] absconding, taking oneself off, slipping out (home) unnoticed early (e.g. from work, out of parties, etc.) どろん absconding, taking oneself off, slipping out (home) unnoticed early (e.g. from work, out of parties, etc.) ドロン absence, not taking part 欠場 [けつじょう] abuse, misuse, taking advantage of 逆用 [ぎゃくよう] addition and deletion, taking out and putting in, plugging and unplugging 抜き差し [ぬきさし] aeroplane taking off from a warship (airplane) 発艦 [はっかん] after (taking) a bath 湯上がり [ゆあがり] anger, offence, offense, rage, taking offense, taking offence 立腹 [りっぷく] approach (to a castle gate) 見付 [みつけ] approach light アプローチライト
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