EUdict :: English-Japanese(Kanji) dictionary

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 English Japanese(Kanji)
sense of rhythm, rhythmical senseリズム感 [リズムかん]
(a feeling of) identification (with), sense of belonging帰属意識 [きぞくいしき]
(Buddh) (sense of) crushing evil破邪 [はじゃ]
(Buddh) (sense of) crushing evil and spreading the truth破邪顕正 [はじゃけんしょう]
(comp) carrier senseキャリアセンス
(comp) carrier senseキャリア検地 [キャリアけんち]
(comp) carrier sense multiple access with collision avoidance network, CSMA, CA network (abbr.)キャリア検地多重アクセス衝突回避ネットワーク [キャリアけんちたじゅうアクセスしょうとつかいひネットワーク]
(comp) carrier sense multiple access with collision detection network, CSMA, CD network (abbr.)キャリア検地多重アクセス衝突検出ネットワーク [キャリアけんちたじゅうアクセスしょうとつけんしゅつネットワーク]
(comp) data density, packing density (deprecated in this sense)データ密度 [データみつど]
(comp) level sense methodレベルセンス方式 [レベルセンスほうしき]
(comp) sense dataセンスデータ
(feeling of) identification, sense of unity一体感 [いったいかん]
(impalpable sense of) fright or horror物恐しい [ものおそろしい]
(impalpable sense of) fright or horror物恐ろしい [ものおそろしい]
(ling) rhythm, metre韻律 [いんりつ]
(literal sense of) seizing, grasping手掴み [てづかみ]
(musical) time, tempo, beat, rhythm; the moment, the instance, chance拍子 [ひょうし]
(person with) no sense of direction, poor sense of locality方向音痴 [ほうこうおんち]
(sense of) burden負担感 [ふたんかん]
(sense of) cleanliness, (sense of) freshness清潔感 [せいけつかん]
(sense of) reality現実味 [げんじつみ]
(sense of) rivalry, competitiveness対抗意識 [たいこういしき]
(sense of) taste; counter for food, drink, medicine, etc.味 [み]
a sense of atonement贖罪意識 [しょくざいいしき]
a sense of release (as if one had wings and were riding on air)羽化登仙 [うかとうせん]
a sense of the seasons季節感 [きせつかん]
aesthetic sense審美眼 [しんびがん]
aesthetic sense in Japanese art emphasising quiet simplicity and subdued refinement詫び寂び [わびさび]
aesthetic sense in Japanese art emphasising quiet simplicity and subdued refinement閑寂枯淡 [かんじゃくこたん]
aesthetic sense in Japanese art emphasising quiet simplicity and subdued refinementワビサビ
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