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 English Japanese (Kanji)
estimated (probable) age (e.g. of victim)推定年齢 [すいていねんれい]
(comp) estimated data推定データ [すいていデータ]
(comp) estimated value推定値 [すいていち]
atomic bomb victim原爆犠牲者 [げんばくぎせいしゃ]
atomic bomb victim, bomb victim被爆者 [ひばくしゃ]
being a victim of (some disaster), suffering from被災 [ひさい]
being angry at someone who would normally be angry at you, situation wherein the offender is angry at the victim逆ギレ [ぎゃくギレ]
being angry at someone who would normally be angry at you, situation wherein the offender is angry at the victim逆切れ [ぎゃくぎれ]
bomb victim, atomic bomb victim爆死 [ばくし]
estimated price, price estimate予定価格 [よていかかく]
estimated profits予想利益 [よそうりえき]
food, prey, victim食い物 [くいもの]
formal complaint made by a victim親告 [しんこく]
ghost of a suicide victim自縛霊 [じばくれい]
human sacrifice, victim人身御供 [ひとみごくう]
possible, probable, likelyあり得べき [ありうべき]
possible, probable, likely有り得べき [ありうべき]
preaching burglar, burglar who preaches at the victim about the methods of preventing similar crimes説教泥棒 [せっきょうどろぼう]
prey, victim餌食 [えじき]
probable有りそう [ありそう]
probable (predetermined) price, expected price予価 [よか]
quote, estimated price見積り価格 [みつもりかかく]
quote, estimated price見積価格 [みつもりかかく]
to be made an example of, to be made a victim of, to be exposed to ridicule槍玉にあがる [やりだまにあがる]
to be made an example of, to be made a victim of, to be exposed to ridicule槍玉に挙がる [やりだまにあがる]
to be made an example of, to be made a victim of, to be exposed to ridicule槍玉に上がる [やりだまにあがる]
to be possible, to be likely, to be probableあり得る [ありうる]
to be possible, to be likely, to be probable有りうる [ありうる]
to be possible, to be likely, to be probable有り得る [ありうる]
to be the victim of a burst of anger剣付くを食う [けんつくをくう]
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