EUdict :: English-Japanese(Kanji) dictionary

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 English Japanese(Kanji)
(comp) limited entry table制限指定表 [せいげんしていひょう]
(comp) limited warranties限定保証 [げんていほしょう]
(comp) limited warranties保証の限定 [ほしょうのげんてい]
any of a number of lists of three enlightened men, including (but not limited to): Buddha, Confucius and Christ; Lao-tzu, Confucius and Buddha; Fu Xi, King Wen and Confucius; Yao, Shun and Yu; Yu, the Duke of Zhou, Confucius三聖 [さんせい]
constant dripping wears away the stone, little strokes fell great oaks, limited strength, when persistently applied, can accomplish great feats点滴穿石 [てんてきせんせき]
constitutional monarchy, limited monarchy立憲君主制 [りっけんくんしゅせい]
constitutional monarchy, limited monarchy立憲君主政 [りっけんくんしゅせい]
existence; possession, having; limited company有 [ゆう]
finite, limited有限 [ゆうげん]
finite, limited限り有る [かぎりある]
irregular conjugation (inflection, declension) of a limited number of verbs ending in "ru" (in written Japanese)ラ変 [ラへん]
irregular conjugation (inflection, declension) of a limited number of verbs ending in "ru" (in written Japanese)ラ行変格活用 [ラぎょうへんかくかつよう]
limited (scale) war局地戦争 [きょくちせんそう]
limited amount of rain which falls off to a certain region私雨 [わたくしあめ]
limited company, company structure for small businesses, abolished in 2006 (YK)有限会社 [ゆうげんがいしゃ]
limited company, company structure for small businesses, established in 2005 (GK)合同会社 [ごうどうかいしゃ]
limited edition限定版 [げんていばん]
limited express (train, faster than an express)新快速 [しんかいそく]
limited express (train, faster than an express); great hurry特急 [とっきゅう]
limited express train特急列車 [とっきゅうれっしゃ]
limited express train特別急行 [とくべつきゅうこう]
limited guardian補助人 [ほじょにん]
limited information寡聞 [かぶん]
limited liability有限責任 [ゆうげんせきにん]
limited liability company (e.g. in the US)有限責任会社 [ゆうげんせきにんかいしゃ]
limited liability company (e.g. in the US)有限責任会社 [ゆうげんせきにんがいしゃ]
limited partnership合資会社 [ごうしがいしゃ]
limited time少ない時間 [すくないじかん]
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