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 English Japanese (Kanji)
adding a crowning touch of beauty (to), giving added luster (to), crowning beauty (honor, grace) with even greater glory錦上添花 [きんじょうてんか]
(a woman) being gifted with both intelligence and beauty才色兼備 [さいしょくけんび]
(a) touch of, tinge of, wreath (e.g. of smoke); one stroke, one brush一抹 [いちまつ]
(adding) extra fertilizer or manure (fertiliser)追い肥 [おいごえ]
(adding) extra fertilizer or manure (fertiliser)追肥 [ついひ]
(beautiful) scenery, natural beauty風光 [ふうこう]
(Buddh) giving rise to the desire to save all sentient beings; praying, prayer発願 [ほつがん]
(comp) adding operator加減演算子 [かげんえんざんし]
(comp) adding operator加減作用素 [かげんさようそ]
(comp) greater than (>)より大きい [よりおおきい]
(comp) greater than or equal to (>=)より大きいまたは等しい [よりおおきいまたはひとしい]
(comp) greater-than mark (>), right angle bracketダイナリ
(comp) greater-than mark (>), right angle bracket大なり [だいなり]
(comp) key-touchキータッチ
(comp) supplemental kanji (added by JIS X 0212)補助漢字 [ほじょかんじ]
(comp) touch flickタッチフリック
(comp) touch panelタッチパネル
(comp) touch pointerタッチポインタ
(comp) touch sensitive screen, touch screen接触画面 [せっしょくがめん]
(comp) touch typingタッチタイプ
(comp) value added network, VAN付加価値ネットワーク [ふかかちネットワーク]
(comp) Value-Added Reseller, VAR付加価値再販業者 [ふかかちさいはんぎょうしゃ]
(female) beauty, beautiful woman佳人 [かじん]
(followed by a negative verb form) not uttering a single word, not giving even the slightest responseうんともすんとも
(giving an) enema; prank where the anal region of another person is poked with index fingers潅腸 [かんちょう]
(giving an) enema; prank where the anal region of another person is poked with index fingers浣腸 [かんちょう]
(giving an) enema; prank where the anal region of another person is poked with index fingers灌腸 [かんちょう]
(giving) birthお産 [おさん]
(giving) birth御産 [おさん]
(have the honor, honour) to write書き候 [かきそうろう]
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