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EUdict :: English-Japanese (Kanji) dictionary

Results for: [めいあん] good ideaTranslations 1 - 30 of 879
 English Japanese (Kanji)
(a woman) to lose her roughness and become urbane and good-looking, to become experienced in worldly affairs渋皮がむける [しぶかわがむける]
(a woman) to lose her roughness and become urbane and good-looking, to become experienced in worldly affairs渋皮が剥ける [しぶかわがむける]
(baseball) good hit好打 [こうだ]
(Buddh) bad deed which ultimately results in the creation of a good Buddhist; older person conducting a funeral service for a younger relative, in particular, a parent for a child逆縁 [ぎゃくえん]
(Buddh) Good and evil are but two faces of the same coin善悪不二 [ぜんあくふに]
(Buddh) the ten good acts; the emperor十善 [じゅうぜん]
(clothes which) look good on a person着映え [きばえ]
(comp) IDEAアイディーイーエー
(comp) idea processorアイデアプロセッサ
(good or bad) feel when wearing something着心地 [きごこち]
(good) advice忠言 [ちゅうげん]
(good) result, game収獲 [しゅうかく]
(having a) good chance of being elected (winning) (in an election)当選圏内 [とうせんけんない]
(late Edo-period) idea of uniting the court and the shogunate公武合体論 [こうぶがったいろん]
(lucky) find, bargain, good buy, treasure trove掘り出し物 [ほりだしもの]
(lucky) find, bargain, good buy, treasure trove掘出し物 [ほりだしもの]
(lucky) find, bargain, good buy, treasure trove堀り出し物 [ほりだしもの]
(of a smell, esp. a good smell) strong芬々 [ふんぷん]
(of a smell, esp. a good smell) strong芬芬 [ふんぷん]
(Oh) dear!, (Oh) dear me!, Good graciousいやはや
(something having its) merits and demerits, advantages and disadvantages, good points and shortcomings一長一短 [いっちょういったん]
(WARNING - misspelling!), good eveningこんばんわ
(your) good health清勝 [せいしょう]
(your) good offices, your trouble高配 [こうはい]
(your) opinion, excellent idea高見 [たかみ]
A and B, excellent and good, similarity; discrimination, discernment, distinction; first and second parties (in legal contexts)甲乙 [こうおつ]
a good chance coming along, the time has come (for, to, when...), opportunity knocking時機到来 [じきとうらい]
a good man at heart心は良い男 [しんはよいおとこ]
a good price良い値 [よいね]
a good time to quit退き時 [ひきどき]
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EUdict is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in the European Community. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. For more information about the authors see Credits.

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