EUdict :: English-Japanese (Kanji) dictionary

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 English Japanese (Kanji)
(Buddh) upasaka (devout male lay follower of Buddhism)優婆塞 [うばそく]
(Buddh) upasika (devout female lay follower of Buddhism)優婆夷 [うばい]
(comp) curve followerカーブフォロア
(getting a) perfect score, scoring 100, grading students on a scale of one hundred, doing perfectly (in a test), leaving nothing to be desired百点満点 [ひゃくてんまんてん]
(school) class change, class shuffle, rearrangement of which students are in which teachers classクラス替え [クラスがえ]
(student) exchange, study abroad交換留学 [こうかんりゅうがく]
(student) loan貸費 [たいひ]
a follower随従者 [ずいじゅうしゃ]
a follower, yield allegiance to服属 [ふくぞく]
a mere student一介の学生 [いっかいのがくせい]
a student must never forget to honor their teacher (honour)三尺さがって師の影を踏まず [さんじゃくさがってしのかげをふまず]
a student must never forget to honor their teacher (honour)三尺下がって師の影を踏まず [さんじゃくさがってしのかげをふまず]
a student must never forget to honor their teacher (honour)三尺去って師の影を踏まず [さんじゃくさってしのかげをふまず]
a student must never forget to honor their teacher (honour)三歩さがって師の影を踏まず [さんぽさがってしのかげをふまず]
a student must never forget to honor their teacher (honour)三歩下がって師の影を踏まず [さんぽさがってしのかげをふまず]
address to students訓辞 [くんじ]
all-A (student)全甲 [ぜんこう]
Although blue dye comes from the indigo plant, it is bluer than indigo, The student has overcome the master (from whom he has learned)青は藍より出でて藍より青し [あおはあいよりいでてあいよりあおし]
annual (plant); first-year university or high-school student (esp. US), freshman一年生 [いちねんせい]
art student画学生 [ががくせい]
attendant, follower, 随行 [ずいこう]
auditor, auditing student聴講生 [ちょうこうせい]
bad second, epigone, adherent, follower, imitator亜流 [ありゅう]
beginner, beginning student初学者 [しょがくしゃ]
being in school, being a student of在校 [ざいこう]
believer, follower宗徒 [しゅうと]
best student, leading disciple高足 [こうそく]
biennial, second-year university or high-school student (US), sophomore二年生 [にねんせい]
boarder, boarding student下宿生 [げしゅくせい]
boarder, boarding student寮生 [りょうせい]
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