EUdict :: English-Japanese(Kanji) dictionary
Results for:  air hole, windhole, ventilator Translations: 1 – 30 / 100 English Japanese(Kanji) (comp) emergency eject hole 非常用取り出しホール [ひじょうようとりだしホール] (comp) feed hole 送り孔 [おくりこう] (comp) feed hole, sprocket hole 繰出し孔 [くりだしこう] (comp) hole pattern 孔パターン [こうパターン] (comp) index hole インデックスホール (comp) index hole 位置決め孔 [いちぎめこう] (comp) through hole スルーホール (electron) hole, positive hole 正孔 [せいこう] (hole) punch, stiletto 穴あけ器 [あなあけき] (hole) punch, stiletto 穴開け器 [あなあけき] (villains) of the same stripe (lit: badgers of the same hole) 同じ穴のムジナ [おなじあなのムジナ] (villains) of the same stripe (lit: badgers of the same hole) 同じ穴の狢 [おなじあなのむじな] a burn hole 焼け穴 [やけあな] air hole 風窓 [かざまど] air hole, windhole, ventilator 風穴 [かざあな] air hole, windhole, ventilator 風穴 [かぜあな] air pocket, air hole 空気孔 [くうきこう] air vent (hole) 空気穴 [くうきあな] armhole, sleeve-hole アームホール automatic teller machine, ATM, flexi-teller, hole-in-the-wall キャッシュサービスコーナー batter in the hole バッターインザホール black hole ブラックホール blind hole 盲穴 [めくらあな] breathing hole 呼吸孔 [こきゅうこう] bullet hole 銃弾跡 [じゅうだんせき] bullet hole, bullet mark 弾痕 [だんこん] burn hole, scorch 焼け焦げ [やけこげ] clearance hole (hole for a bolt, screw, etc., which is large enough to allow the thread, etc. to pass through) 馬鹿穴 [ばかあな] coin (esp. an east Asian coin, many of which have a hole in the center) 泉貨 [せんか] coin (esp. an east Asian coin, many of which have a hole in the center) 銭貨 [せんか]
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