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[()·じょう()]
ijou
noun

English Meaning(s) for 異状

noun
  1. something wrong; accident; change; abnormality; aberration

Definition and Synonyms for 異状

Change a thing that is different
Synonyms: チェンジ, 乗換え, , 変わり, 変わる, 変動, 変化, 変化, 変換, 変更, 変わり目, 変移, 変遷, 換える, 替え, 異動, 異状, 転変, 転換, お返し
Change a difference that is usually pleasant
Synonyms: チェンジ, 乗換え, , 変わり, 変わる, 変動, 変化, 変化, 変換, 変更, 変わり目, 変移, 変遷, 多様性, 換える, 替え, 異動, 異状, 転変, 転換, お返し, お釣り
Aberration a disorder in one's mental state
Synonyms: 収差, 狂い, 狂う, 異状, 逸脱
Aberration a state or condition markedly different from the norm
Synonyms: 収差, 狂い, 狂う, 異常, 異状, 逸脱

Meanings for each kanji in 異状

uncommon; queerness; strangeness; wonderful; curious; unusual Kanji Details »
status quo; conditions; circumstances; form; appearance Kanji Details »

Categories 異状 is a member of

Thing an entity that is not named specifically
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Difference the quality of being unlike or dissimilar
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Folie a psychological disorder of thought or emotion
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Abnormalcy an abnormal physical condition resulting from defective genes or developmental deficiencies
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Sample Sentences for 異状

We were faced with an unusual situation because of the accident.
They telegraphed that everything was all right.
In the case of patient death during the course of medical treatment, even if there is medical error present, it is not automatically legally considered to be an "unusual death."
We have detected an abnormality on your x-ray.
All quiet on the Western Front.

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