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EUdict :: English-Japanese(Kanji) dictionary

Results for: [もてなす] to entertain, to make welcomeTranslations: 1 - 30 of 658
 English Japanese(Kanji)
(a derogatory term for) fiction (lit: make-believe and fancy talk), story, novel狂言綺語 [きょうげんきご]
(clothes which) make one look fat着太り [きぶとり]
(comp) duplication, to make redundant冗長化 [じょうちょうか]
(following a verb) to be sure to, to do (something) so that ..., to make sure to, to try toようにする
(food) to make hand-rolled sushi寿司を握る [すしをにぎる]
(make) a long talk (discourse, lecture)長講一席 [ちょうこういっせき]
(used to make a polite request or demand) please; used to increase the politeness of a greeting, apology, etc.まし
(used to make a polite request or demand) please; used to increase the politeness of a greeting, apology, etc.ませ
-made, make製 [せい]
a barking dog seldom bites (meaning those who make the most noise have the least talent)能なし犬の高吠え [のうなしいぬのたかぼえ]
a barking dog seldom bites (meaning those who make the most noise have the least talent)能無し犬の高吠え [のうなしいぬのたかぼえ]
a place or opportunity to make a display of見せ所 [みせどころ]
ability to make plans企画性 [きかくせい]
and what is worse, to make matters worseさらに悪いこと [さらにわるいこと]
anybody can look good with the right clothes (lit: clothes on a packhorse driver), clothes make the man, fine feathers make fine birds馬子にも衣裳 [まごにもいしょう]
anybody can look good with the right clothes (lit: clothes on a packhorse driver), clothes make the man, fine feathers make fine birds馬子にも衣装 [まごにもいしょう]
anyone can make a mistake弘法にも筆の誤り [こうぼうにもふでのあやまり]
anyone can make a mistake, even Homer sometimes nods河童の川流れ [かっぱのかわながれ]
as much as possible, diligently; make an effort!, work hard!努めて [つとめて]
as much as possible, diligently; make an effort!, work hard!勉めて [つとめて]
as of the end of (today, this month, etc.), to make (today, etc.) the last (day)を限りに [をかぎりに]
be arduous, work diligently enduring hardships, make a strenuous effort刻苦精進 [こっくしょうじん]
be arduous, work diligently enduring hardships, make a strenuous effort刻苦精励 [こっくせいれい]
be incomprehensible, not make sense意味が通らない [いみがとおらない]
better small takings than a large win (lit), expression meaning it is wiser to make money steadily over time, (English equivalent) Light gains make heavy purses大取りより小取り [おおとりよりことり]
blackening the body (name given to young Japanese girls who have tanned skin, bleached hair and wear heavy make-up)顔黒 [がんぐろ]
brand, make, description; trading name of stocks and securities銘柄 [めいがら]
cannot make a living飯が食えない [めしがくえない]
car make, car model車種 [しゃしゅ]
car of Japanese make日本車 [にほんしゃ]
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