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Cabernet Sauvignon (wine grape variety)カベルネ・ソービニヨン
Cabernet Sauvignon (wine grape variety)カベルネソービニヨン
(comp) Bluetooth (variety of short-range wireless LAN)ブルートゥース
(comp) System V (variety of Unix), System 5システム5
(comp) System V (variety of Unix), System 5システムファイブ
(Edo-period variety of) realistic literature, popular stories of everyday life in the Edo period浮世草子 [うきよぞうし]
(Edo-period variety of) realistic literature, popular stories of everyday life in the Edo period浮世草紙 [うきよぞうし]
(ethyl) alcohol, spirits of wine酒精 [しゅせい]
(food) sweet (variety of) Watson pomelo甘夏 [あまなつ]
(food) sweet (variety of) Watson pomelo甘夏柑 [あまなつかん]
(food) type of sushi with a variety of ingredients sprinkled on the rice散らし寿司 [ちらしずし]
(food) type of sushi with a variety of ingredients sprinkled on the rice散らし鮨 [ちらしずし]
(grape) wineぶどう酒 [ぶどうしゅ]
(grape) wine葡萄酒 [ぶどうしゅ]
(sumo) variety of beltless arm throw掬い投げ [すくいなげ]
a great variety of, all sorts or kinds of, multifarious種々様々 [しゅじゅさまざま]
a great variety of, all sorts or kinds of, multifarious種種様様 [しゅじゅさまざま]
a great variety of, diversity多種多様 [たしゅたよう]
a variety of raspberry (Rubus croceacanthus H. Lev.)オオバライチゴ
a variety of raspberry (Rubus croceacanthus H. Lev.)大薔薇苺 [おおばらいちご]
a variety of raspberry (Rubus hirsutus)クサイチゴ
a variety of raspberry (Rubus hirsutus)草苺 [くさいちご]
Akitakomachi (variety of rice)あきたこまち
an endless variety of forms, multifariousness千態万状 [せんたいばんじょう]
an infinite variety of, multifarious, being extremely varied and wide-ranging千差万別 [せんさばんべつ]
an infinite variety of, multifarious, being extremely varied and wide-ranging千差万別 [せんさまんべつ]
an infinite variety, multifarious, being extremely varied and wide-ranging千種万様 [せんしゅばんよう]
another kind, distinct species, variety別種 [べっしゅ]
any oriental variety of cherry tree descended from the Oshima cherry牡丹桜 [ぼたんざくら]
any oriental variety of cherry tree descended from the Oshima cherry里桜 [さとざくら]
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