EUdict :: English-Japanese (Kanji) dictionary

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 English Japanese (Kanji)
(Buddh) perpetual change caused by karma, vicissitudes of life, that which is made有為 [うい]
(comp) change dump変更域ダンプ [へんこういきダンプ]
(comp) change log, record of updates, update history更新履歴 [こうしんりれき]
(comp) change-over system切替えシステム [きりかえシステム]
(comp) configuration change構成変更 [こうせいへんこう]
(comp) name change名称変更 [めいしょうへんこう]
(comp) non-return-to-zero (change) recording, NRZ(C) (abbr.)非ゼロ復帰変化記録 [ひぜろふっきへんかきろく]
(comp) non-return-to-zero change-on-ones recording, NRZ-1 (abbr.), non-return-to-zero (mark) recording, NRZ(M)(abbr.)非ゼロ復帰1記録 [ひぜろふっき1きろく]
(comp) non-return-to-zero change-on-ones recording, NRZ-1 (abbr.), non-return-to-zero (mark) recording, NRZ(M)(abbr.)非ゼロ復帰マーク記録 [ひぜろふっきマークきろく]
(comp) non-return-to-zero change-on-zeros recording, NRZ-0 (abbr.)非ゼロ復帰0記録 [ひぜろふっき0きろく]
(comp) phase change optical disk相変化型光ディスク [そうへんかがたひかりディスク]
(comp) phase change printer溶融型熱転写プリンタ [ようゆうがたねつてんしゃプリンタ]
(comp) sign change functionサインチェンジ機能 [サインチェンジきのう]
(comp) sign change function符号反転機能 [ふごうはんてんきのう]
(comp) state change状態変化 [じょうたいへんか]
(comp) state change diagram状態遷移図 [じょうたいせんいず]
(comp) state change, state transition状態遷移 [じょうたいせんい]
(comp) to change the spacing between iconsアイコンの間隔を変える [アイコンのかんかくをかえる]
(ling) declension, change of case格変化 [かくへんか]
(ling) euphony, euphonic change音便 [おんびん]
(public) opinion leader金口木舌 [きんこうぼくぜつ]
(public) opinion leader金口木舌 [きんこうもくぜつ]
(school) class change, class shuffle, rearrangement of which students are in which teachers classクラス替え [クラスがえ]
(sudden) change, reversal, turn-around, coming from behind (baseball)逆転 [ぎゃくてん]
(your) opinion, excellent idea高見 [たかみ]
180 degrees, complete change百八十度 [ひゃくはちじゅうど]
a change of air or scenery転地 [てんち]
abrupt turn, sudden change急転回 [きゅうてんかい]
according to public opinion大方の評では [おおかたのひょうでは]
after that (a substantive change occurred)それからというもの
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