EUdict :: English-Japanese (Kanji) dictionary

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 English Japanese (Kanji)
(a) sentence一文 [いちぶん]
(comp) declarative sentence宣言完結文 [せんげんかんけつぶん]
(comp) negated simple condition否定単純条件 [ひていたんじゅんじょうけん]
(comp) next executable sentence次の実行完結文 [つぎのじっこうかんけつぶん]
(comp) simple authentication簡易認証 [かんいにんしょう]
(comp) simple buffering単純緩衝法 [たんじゅんかんしょうほう]
(comp) simple command単純コマンド [たんじゅんコマンド]
(comp) simple condition単純条件 [たんじゅんじょうけん]
(comp) simple link (process definition)単純連結処理定義 [たんじゅんれんけつしょりていぎ]
(comp) simple statementシンプルステートメント
(comp) simple type単純型 [たんじゅんがた]
(ling) affirmative sentence肯定文 [こうていぶん]
(ling) binding (linking, connecting) particle (i.e. specifying an expression later in the sentence)係助詞 [かかりじょし]
(ling) binding (linking, connecting) particle (i.e. specifying an expression later in the sentence)係助詞 [けいじょし]
(ling) complex sentence複文 [ふくぶん]
(ling) declarative sentence平叙文 [へいじょぶん]
(ling) emphatic (sentence) construction強調構文 [きょうちょうこうぶん]
(ling) end of a sentence文末 [ぶんまつ]
(ling) imperative sentence, imperative statement命令文 [めいれいぶん]
(ling) inversion of the word order in a sentence, anastrophe倒置法 [とうちほう]
(ling) negative sentence否定文 [ひていぶん]
(ling) secondary substantive (inflectable word or phrase that acts as an uninflectable within a sentence)準体言 [じゅんたいげん]
(ling) semantic content (of a term), meaning (of a sentence)意味内容 [いみないよう]
(ling) sentence pattern文型 [ぶんけい]
(ling) sentence, article, composition; (writing) style文章 [ぶんしょう]
(ling) sentential negation, sentence negation, statement negation文否定 [ぶんひてい]
(ling) syntax, sentence structure構文 [こうぶん]
(ling) the five basic sentence structures (SV, SVC, SVO, SVOO, SVOC)基本五文型 [きほんごぶんけい]
(ling) the five sentence structures (SV, SVC, SVO, SVOO, SVOC)五文型 [ごぶんけい]
(sentence end) indicates emphasis, agreement, request for confirmation, etc., is it so; hey, come on
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