EUdict :: English-Japanese(Kanji) dictionary
Results for: [ã ¤ã „ã ˆã‚‹] to collapse Translations: 1 – 30 / 43 English Japanese(Kanji) bad debt; collapse (esp. pref.) 倒れ [たおれ] bound to decline, decay, or collapse 必衰 [ひっすい] collapse, break, cave-in, crash, (market) decline 崩落 [ほうらく] collapse, crumbling, breaking down, caving in; decay (physics) 崩壊 [ほうかい] collapse, crumbling, breaking down, caving in; decay (physics) 崩潰 [ほうかい] collapse, downfall 瓦解 [がかい] collapse, rupture 決潰 [けっかい] Colony Collapse Disorder, Vanishing Bee Syndrome 蜂群崩壊症候群 [ほうぐんほうかいしょうこうぐん] complete collapse, (something) going to pieces (breaking up beyond repair) 土崩瓦解 [どほうがかい] complete ruin, collapse 丸潰れ [まるつぶれ] crumbling, collapse, ruin 崩れ [くずれ] destruction, collapse 倒壊 [とうかい] destruction, collapse, crumbling 倒潰 [とうかい] downfall, ruin, collapse, destruction 滅亡 [めつぼう] economic collapse 財政破綻 [ざいせいはたん] economic collapse, economic meltdown 経済崩壊 [けいざいほうかい] failure, fiasco, rice-cake painting, collapse, something of little value 画餅 [がへい] failure, fiasco, rice-cake painting, collapse, something of little value 画餅 [がべい] financial collapse 金融崩壊 [きんゆうほうかい] gravitational collapse 重力崩壊 [じゅうりょくほうかい] on the brink of collapse, in a state of near-collapse 崩壊寸前 [ほうかいすんぜん] price collapse 値崩れ [ねくずれ] ruin, downfall, collapse 衰亡 [すいぼう] ruin, fall, collapse 没落 [ぼつらく] subsiding, falling (cave) in, collapse 陥入 [かんにゅう] to be dented, to be indented, to yield to, to give, to sink, to collapse, to cave in; to be snubbed, to be overwhelmed, to feel down, to be forced to yield 凹む [へこむ] to begin to crumble; to crumble and fall (or collapse) onto another object 崩れかかる [くずれかかる] to begin to crumble; to crumble and fall (or collapse) onto another object 崩れ掛かる [くずれかかる] to begin to crumble; to crumble and fall (or collapse) onto another object 崩れ掛る [くずれかかる] to collapse 潰える [ついえる]
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 250,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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