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EUdict :: English-Japanese (Kanji) dictionary

Results for: epidemiology, the study of epidemicsTranslations 1 - 30 of 167
 English Japanese (Kanji)
epidemiology, the study of epidemics疫学 [えきがく]
(comp) feasibility studyフィージビリティスタディ
(comp) feasibility study実現可能性検討 [じつげんかのうせいけんとう]
(comp) feasibility study実現可能性調査 [じつげんかのうせいちょうさ]
(comp) interoperability test, study相互動作性試験 [そうごどうさせいしけん]
(comp) opportunity study機会検討 [きかいけんとう]
(comp) study period調査期間 [ちょうさきかん]
(comp) study reportスタディレポート
(in Chinese history) study of ancient texts考証学 [こうしょうがく]
(ling) semantics, the study of meaning意味論 [いみろん]
(private) study room自習室 [じしゅうしつ]
(student) exchange, study abroad交換留学 [こうかんりゅうがく]
(study of) logic論理学 [ろんりがく]
(study of) merchandising商品学 [しょうひんがく]
(study of) molecular evolution分子進化学 [ぶんししんかがく]
(study of) pharmacy, pharmaceutics薬学 [やくがく]
(the study of public) finance財政学 [ざいせいがく]
(the study of) acoustics音響学 [おんきょうがく]
(the study of) statistics統計学 [とうけいがく]
a study, library書斎 [しょさい]
academic traditions, academic school of thought, method of study学風 [がくふう]
area of study (investigation), research area研究領域 [けんきゅうりょういき]
attending foreign language study at a school near the train station (esp. used as a NOVA catchphrase)駅前留学 [えきまえりゅうがく]
bibliography (i.e. the study of books); bibliology (i.e. the study of books, booklore and bibliography)書誌学 [しょしがく]
case studyケーススタディー
cikitsavidya (the ancient Indian study of medicine)医方明 [いほうみょう]
clinical research, clinical study臨床研究 [りんしょうけんきゅう]
clinical study, 臨床試験 [りんしょうしけん]
college (offering a single course of study)単科大学 [たんかだいがく]
communicable disease control (e.g. by quarantine, disinfection, etc.), prevention of epidemics防疫 [ぼうえき]
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EUdict is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in the European Community. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. For more information about the authors see Credits.

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