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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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