EUdict :: English-Japanese(Kanji) dictionary

Results for: way of speaking, professionTranslations: 1 - 30 of 113
 English Japanese(Kanji)
way of speaking, profession口前 [くちまえ]
(speaking) volume声量 [せいりょう]
abuse, insult, slander, evil speaking悪口 [あっこう]
abuse, insult, slander, evil speaking悪口 [わるくち]
abuse, insult, slander, evil speaking悪口 [わるぐち]
abuse, insult, slander, evil speaking悪たれ口 [あくたれぐち]
advocacy, pleading by proxy, speaking for another, attorney代言 [だいげん]
Anglo-America; English-speaking part of Americaアングロアメリカ
anyhow, anyway, somehow or other, generally speaking, in any case兎にも角にも [とにもかくにも]
anyhow, anyway, somehow or other, generally speaking, in any case兎も角 [ともかく]
anyhow, anyway, somehow or other, generally speaking, in any case兎も角も [ともかくも]
anyhow, anyway, somehow or other, generally speaking, in any case, all kinds of this, this and that兎や角 [とやかく]
anyhow, at any rate, anyway, somehow or other, generally speaking, in any case兎に角 [とにかく]
bad voice, evil speaking悪声 [あくせい]
characteristic way of speaking節 [ぶし]
confession, acknowledgement, acknowledgment; profession of love; confession of sins (e.g. the confessional)告白 [こくはく]
declaration, profession公言 [こうげん]
devil-may-care, speaking off-hand, slaphappyちゃらんぽらん
eating, speaking of, referring to口に [くちに]
eloquence, cleverness in speaking手八丁 [てはっちょう]
engaging, pursuing, following (e.g. profession or occupation)従事 [じゅうじ]
English-speaking world英語圏 [えいごけん]
expert (professional) in a given trade or profession; woman in the nightlife business, demimondaine玄人 [くろうと]
free-lancer (in a profession where employment is the norm)フリーランサー
generally speaking大まかに言えば [おおまかにいえば]
generally speaking, all in all, in general概して言えば [がいしていえば]
giving up farming for another profession離農 [りのう]
glossolalia (the phenomenon of speaking in tongues)グロッソラリア
good actor who is inept in all other matters, demon for acting who is utterly indifferent to all other concerns, skilled actor who knows little of life, person who excels in one occupation (profession) but lacks simple common sense役者馬鹿 [やくしゃばか]
having a loose tongue, being talkative, speaking without thinking口が軽い [くちがかるい]
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