EUdict :: English-Japanese (Kanji) dictionary

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 English Japanese (Kanji)
(car) accessories, factory option; customization (of a car)架装 [かそう]
(comp) components, elements, parts構成要素 [こうせいようそ]
(comp) parts (as in computer parts)パーツ
(in Japanese history) crude warrior from the eastern parts of the country東夷 [あずまえびす]
(in Japanese history) crude warrior from the eastern parts of the country東夷 [とうい]
(in Japanese history) crude warrior from the eastern parts of the country, wild man荒夷 [あらえびす]
(ling) eight parts of speech (in traditional English grammar, etc.)八品詞 [はちひんし]
(personal) accessories (ornaments, outfit)装身具 [そうしんぐ]
abdomen, stomach, lower parts, under parts下腹 [かふく]
abdomen, stomach, lower parts, under parts下腹 [したはら]
abdomen, stomach, lower parts, under parts下腹 [したばら]
abdomen, stomach, under parts下っ腹 [したっぱら]
accessories服飾品 [ふくしょくひん]
accessories, small articles小物 [こもの]
ago, before (some event), previously, (minutes) to (the hour); in front (of), before (e.g. the house); head (of a line), front (e.g. of a bus), fore part; in the presence of; helping, portion; privates, private parts前 [まえ]
all parts, various parts, every department各部 [かくぶ]
another place, somewhere else, strange parts他所 [たしょ]
another place, somewhere else, strange parts他所 [よそ]
another place, somewhere else, strange parts余所 [よそ]
articles, supplies, parts用品 [ようひん]
burial accessories副葬品 [ふくそうひん]
car parts車用品 [くるまようひん]
clothing and accessories, attire服飾 [ふくしょく]
compound ideograph (one of the six kanji classifications), kanji made up of meaningful parts (e.g. "mountain pass" is up + down + mountain)会意文字 [かいいもじ]
compound ideograph formation (one of the six kanji classifications), making kanji up of meaningful parts (e.g. "mountain pass" is up + down + mountain)会意 [かいい]
counter for parts (of a story, etc.)弾 [だん]
dish consisting of bony fish parts boiled in soy sauce粗煮 [あらに]
dividing into parts分断 [ぶんだん]
division into equal parts等分 [とうぶん]
electronic parts (components)電子部品 [でんしぶひん]
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