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Results for: unexpected, unforeseen, inconceivableTranslations: 1 - 30 of 73
 English Japanese(Kanji)
unexpected, unforeseen, inconceivable思いもよらない [おもいもよらない]
unexpected, unforeseen, inconceivable思いも寄らない [おもいもよらない]
unexpected, unforeseen, inconceivable思ってもみない [おもってもみない]
unexpected, unforeseen, inconceivable思っても見ない [おもってもみない]
(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]
(comp) unforeseen test outcome予見外試験結果 [よけんがいしけんけっか]
(sudden) complete reversal (of plot), unexpected twist (at end of story)どんでん返し [どんでんがえし]
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]
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]
appearing in unexpected places and at unexpected moments, elusive, phantom神出鬼没 [しんしゅつきぼつ]
as for this; hey there (expression of surprise when one encounters something unexpected), see here, I say此れは [これは]
beauty spot, unexpected victory, victory by uncommon stratagem奇勝 [きしょう]
completely unknown, unexpected, having no clue about心当たりのない [こころあたりのない]
electrifying, shocking, sudden and unexpected電撃的 [でんげきてき]
emergency, accident, rare possibility, unexpected occurrenceもしもの事 [もしものこと]
emergency, accident, rare possibility, unexpected occurrence若しものこと [もしものこと]
extraordinary, unusual, strange, unexpected非日常的 [ひにちじょうてき]
impulsive, unexpected, accidental, casual, inadvertent, on a whimふとした
large hole; great deficit, heavy losses; big and unexpected winnings, a killing (e.g. on a race); dark horse (horse racing)大穴 [おおあな]
receiving a windfall, having an unexpected piece of good luck棚からぼた餅 [たなからぼたもち]
receiving a windfall, having an unexpected piece of good luck棚から牡丹餅 [たなからぼたもち]
something unexpected意表外 [いひょうがい]
something very unexpected, something said as a joke actually happening, lit: a horse comes from a gourd瓢箪から駒 [ひょうたんからこま]
strange occurrence, unusual occurrence, unexpected occurrence珍事 [ちんじ]
strange occurrence, unusual occurrence, unexpected occurrence椿事 [ちんじ]
strange, odd, peculiar, weird, curious, queer, eccentric, funny, suspicious, fishy; unexpected; change; incident, disturbance, disaster, accident; flat (music)変 [へん]
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