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Results for: stage nameTranslations: 1 - 30 of 123
 English Japanese(Kanji)
stage name芸名 [げいめい]
(a) step; level, stage; small degree, small amount一歩 [いっぽ]
(comp) switching stageスイッチングステージ
(comp) test process, test stage, test period試験工程 [しけんこうてい]
(comp) two stage configuration二段化構成 [にだんかこうせい]
(comp) two stage construction二段構成 [にだんこうせい]
(stage) appearance, participation, performance出場 [しゅつじょう]
anal stage肛門期 [こうもんき]
apron stageエプロンステージ
apron stage前舞台 [まえぶたい]
at this late stage, at this last momentこの期に及んで [このごにおよんで]
bar of white sand; gravel separating a noh stage from the audience; court of law白沙 [しらす]
bar of white sand; gravel separating a noh stage from the audience; court of law白州 [しらす]
bar of white sand; gravel separating a noh stage from the audience; court of law白洲 [しらす]
being on stage without respite, going out or being in attendance continuously出ずっぱり [でずっぱり]
being on stage without respite, going out or being in attendance continuously出ずっ張り [でずっぱり]
being on stage without respite, going out or being in attendance continuously出突っ張り [でずっぱり]
being on stage without respite, going out or being in attendance continuously出突っ張り [でづっぱり]
board, plank; sheet (of metal), plate (of glass), pane, slab; cutting board, chopping board; stage (i.e. at a theatre)板 [いた]
chance of going out, opportunity (to succeed); musical accompaniment for an actor going on stage出端 [では]
closing years (period, days), last stage末期 [まっき]
closing years (period, days), last stage末季 [まっき]
common first-stage (university entrance) examination共通一次試験 [きょうつういちじしけん]
completing the first stage, reaching a point where one can pause一段落 [いちだんらく]
completing the first stage, reaching a point where one can pause一段落 [ひとだんらく]
cramschool (for boys and girls who wish to go on to the next stage of education)進学塾 [しんがくじゅく]
crib sheet, cheat sheet; large sketchbook used during TV filming to notify the cast of special stage direction, relay messages, etc.カンニングペーパー
dance for the stageステージダンス
debut, initial stage appearance初舞台 [はつぶたい]
developmental stage発達段階 [はったつだんかい]
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