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 English Japanese (Kanji)
white wall粉壁 [ふんぺき]
(Buddh) image of the Samantabhadra of long life (with either two or twenty arms, usu. on a white elephant)普賢延命菩薩 [ふげんえんめいぼさつ]
(comp) (modular) telephone wall jackモジュラー式コンセント [モジュラーしきコンセント]
(comp) auto white balance, AWBオートホワイトバランス
(comp) AWGN, additive white gaussian noise加法性白色ガウス雑音 [かほうせいはくしょくがうすざつおん]
(comp) wall circuit breakerウォールサーキットブレーカ
(comp) wall paperウォールペーパー
(comp) white balanceホワイトバランス
(comp) white noise白色雑音 [はくしょくざつおん]
(comp) White Pages (telephone book)ホワイトページ
(comp) white paperホワイトペーパー
(comp) white space delimiter空白デリミター [くウハくデリミター]
(white) radish sprouts穎割れ大根 [かいわれだいこん]
(white) radish sprouts貝割れ大根 [かいわれだいこん]
(white) rice白米 [はくまい]
a mud wall with a roof築地 [ついじ]
abdominal wall腹壁 [ふくへき]
abdominal wall abscess腹壁膿瘍 [ふくへきのうよう]
abdominal wall reflex腹壁反射 [ふくへきはんしゃ]
agranulocytosis (not enough white blood cells)白血球の数の低下 [はっけっきゅうのかずのていか]
agranulocytosis (not enough white blood cells)白血球の数の低下 [はっけっきゅうのすうのていか]
albino fox, white (spiritual) fox白狐 [しろぎつね]
albino fox, white (spiritual) fox白狐 [びゃっこ]
along (the wall)伝いに [づたいに]
any butterfly of family Pieridae (inc. the white butterflies and the sulfur butterflies)シロチョウ
any butterfly of family Pieridae (inc. the white butterflies and the sulfur butterflies)白蝶 [しろちょう]
any duck with white specula (bright patches on the wings)羽白鴨 [はじろがも]
any duck with white specula (bright patches on the wings)羽白 [はじろ]
arsenic trioxide, white arsenic (As2O3)無水亜ヒ酸 [むすいあヒさん]
arsenic trioxide, white arsenic (As2O3)無水亜砒酸 [むすいあひさん]
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