EUdict :: English-Japanese (Kanji) dictionary

Results for: [����] to bite (at), to snap at, to snarl atTranslations 1 - 30 of 62
 English Japanese (Kanji)
(comp) snapステム幅整合 [ステムはばせいごう]
(comp) snap-inスナップイン
a bite (wound)咬傷 [こうしょう]
a cornered rat will bite a cat, despair turns cowards courageous窮鼠猫を噛む [きゅうそねこをかむ]
A cornered rat will bite the cat, One who is cornered will fight like a devil窮鼠噛猫 [きゅうそごうびょう]
bite咀嚼 [そしゃく]
bite (of a fish on a hook), strike魚信 [ぎょしん]
bite (wound)噛傷 [かみきず]
carabiner, snap ringカラビナ
circlip, snap ringサークリップ
clasp, snap fastener止め金 [とめがね]
clasp, snap fastener留め金 [とめがね]
clasp, snap fastener留金 [とめがね]
eating in one bite; sexual intercourseばくんちょ
eating in one bite; sexual intercourseばっくんちょ
emphatically (bite, gulp, chew, etc.)がぶりと
insect bite, bug bite, sting虫刺され [むしさされ]
lipstick mark; love bite, hickey, passion markキスマーク
mouthful, bite, sip, draft, draught; one wordひと口 [ひとくち]
mouthful, bite, sip, draft, draught; one word一口 [ひとくち]
prompt decision, snap judgement, snap judgment即断 [そくだん]
snap (sound of something being suddenly and irreversibly broken)ぷつん
snap ring, circlipスナップリング
snap; snapshot (esp. of people)スナップ
snappingly, with a snapぽきっと
snarl, snarling; quarrel, wrangling, feudいがみ合い [いがみあい]
snarl, snarling; quarrel, wrangling, feud啀み合い [いがみあい]
sneaking a bite盗み食い [ぬすみぐい]
starting a train before all the passengers are on board, making a snap decision, starting an action without considering objections to it any longer見切り発車 [みきりはっしゃ]
tangle, entanglement, snarl, difficulties, trouble(s), snag縺れ [もつれ]
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