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Results for: appearing in unexpected places and at unexpected moments, elusive, phantomTranslations 1 - 30 of 179
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appearing in unexpected places and at unexpected moments, elusive, phantom神出鬼没 [しんしゅつきぼつ]
(comp) No. of decimal places小数点以下の桁数 [しょうすうてんいかのけたすう]
(comp) phantom BOM, ファントムBOM
(comp) to lose an easy game, to suffer an unexpected defeat; to lose information (computers)取りこぼす [とりこぼす]
(comp) to lose an easy game, to suffer an unexpected defeat; to lose information (computers)取り零す [とりこぼす]
(comp) to lose an easy game, to suffer an unexpected defeat; to lose information (computers)取零す [とりこぼす]
(comp) unexpected results, unpredictable results予期しない結果 [よきしないけっか]
(fish) appearing fresh but actually gone bad生き腐れ [いきぐされ]
(sudden) complete reversal (of plot), unexpected twist (at end of story)どんでん返し [どんでんがえし]
33 sacred places in the Kanto Region (which was previously known as Bandou)坂東三十三所 [ばんどうさんじゅうさんしょ]
34 (originally 33) sacred places in and around Chichibu, Saitama Prefecture秩父三十三所 [ちちぶさんじゅうさんしょ]
a handsome man (esp. one who knows this); a musical group that places importance on visuals such as makeupビジュアル系 [ビジュアルけい]
a state called, a position described as, can sum up as, approximates to; places known as, that called; the place namedと言うところ [というところ]
a state called, a position described as, can sum up as, approximates to; places known as, that called; the place namedと言うところ [とゆうところ]
a state called, a position described as, can sum up as, approximates to; places known as, that called; the place namedと言う所 [というところ]
a state called, a position described as, can sum up as, approximates to; places known as, that called; the place namedと言う所 [とゆうところ]
abrupt, sudden, unexpected, all at once突然 [とつぜん]
all of a sudden, unexpected出し抜け [だしぬけ]
all places, all circumstances万境 [ばんきょう]
all times and places古今東西 [ここんとうざい]
all times and places, everywhen and everywhere東西古今 [とうざいここん]
any event can bring about an effect in an unexpected way, lit: if the wind blows the bucket makers prosper風が吹けば桶屋が儲かる [かぜがふけばおけやがもうかる]
any of a number of sets of thirty-three holy places enshrining Avalokitesvara (esp. those comprising a popular pilgrimage in the Kinki region)三十三所 [さんじゅうさんしょ]
appearing and disappearing見え隠れ [みえがくれ]
appearing and disappearing at will, elusive, phantom-like出没自在 [しゅつぼつじざい]
appearing drowsy or intoxicated (of eyes, actions, etc.)とろん
appearing drunk and cheerful醺然 [くんぜん]
appearing frequently, infesting, appearance and disappearance出没 [しゅつぼつ]
appearing like, seeming to be, being pregnant with有りげ [ありげ]
appearing like, seeming to be, being pregnant with有り気 [ありげ]
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