EUdict :: English-Japanese (Kanji) dictionary

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 English Japanese (Kanji)
(formal) receipt領収書 [りょうしゅうしょ]
(comp) (formal) parameter, dummy argument仮パラメタ [かりパラメタ]
(comp) (formal) parameter, dummy argument仮引数 [かりひきすう]
(comp) formal public identifier公的公開識別子 [こうてきこうかいしきべつし]
(comp) formal public identifier error公的公開識別子誤り [こうてきこうかいしきべつしあやまり]
(comp) formal relation形式関係 [けいしきかんけい]
(comp) formal specification形式仕様書 [けいしきしようしょ]
(comp) non-receipt notification request indication受信不能通知要求表示 [じゅしんふのうつうちようきゅうひょうじ]
(comp) receipt notification request indication受信通知要求表示 [じゅしんつうちようきゅうひょうじ]
(formal act of) agreement合同行為 [ごうどうこうい]
(formal) topic at hand, current topic掲題の件 [けいだいのけん]
(ling) formal noun, dummy noun, expletive noun形式名詞 [けいしきめいし]
(ling) formal subject形式主語 [けいしきしゅご]
acceptance inspection, collating, receipt and inspection検収 [けんしゅう]
American depositary receipt, ADR米国預託証券 [べいこくよたくしょうけん]
banquet, formal dinner正餐 [せいさん]
be (an affirmation); be (location); sum of money (used to express an exact sum on a receipt, envelope, certificate, etc.)也 [なり]
ceremonious, formal改まった [あらたまった]
check and accept (e.g. a receipt)査収 [さしゅう]
Chinese courtesy name (name formerly given to adult Chinese men, used in place of their given name in formal situations); nickname; section of a village字 [あざな]
claim check, baggage check, luggage check, deposit receipt預かり証 [あずかりしょう]
clear weather; public, formal; cleared of suspicion晴 [はれ]
clear weather; public, formal; cleared of suspicion晴れ [はれ]
clear weather; public, formal; cleared of suspicion霽れ [はれ]
coffee lounge, coffee shop, (rather formal) cafe喫茶店 [きっさてん]
correct, proper, formal, regular, systematic, normal正則 [せいそく]
counterfoil of a receipt領収書の控え [りょうしゅうしょのひかえ]
crouching, formal crouch performed at the beginning of a sumo or kendo match蹲踞 [そんきょ]
de facto marriage, common-law marriage, living together as husband and wife without formal marriage内縁関係 [ないえんかんけい]
distant, cold, formal余所余所しい [よそよそしい]
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