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[げん()·()]
genba
noun

Alternate Written Forms:

[げん()·じょう()]
genjou

English Meaning(s) for 現場

noun
  1. actual spot; scene; scene of the crime; site; location; setting
  2. shop floor; factory floor; (on) site

Definition and Synonyms for 現場

Scene Of Action a playing field where sports events take place
Synonyms: アリーナ, 現場
Field somewhere (away from a studio or office or library or laboratory) where practical work is done or data is collected
Synonyms: フィールド, 戦地, 戦場, 現地, 現場, 野辺
Scene the place where some action occurs
Synonyms: 現地, 現場
Picture a situation treated as an observable object
Synonyms: しーん, ところ, カット, シーン, 1コマ, 一くさり, 光景, , , 場面, 情景, , 景色, 現場, 舞台, 面影, 風景

Meanings for each kanji in 現場

present; existing; actual Kanji Details »
location; place Kanji Details »

Categories 現場 is a member of

Country a particular geographical region of indefinite boundary (usually serving some special purpose or distinguished by its people or culture or geography)
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Athletic Field a piece of land prepared for playing a game
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Region a large indefinite location on the surface of the Earth
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Situation the general state of things
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 現場

Sample Sentences for 現場

The police were on the scene of the accident.
They made for the scene of the accident.
The police roped off the street near the spot.
This is the same car that was left at the scene of the crime.
What surprised me most about that accident is how fast the lawyers arrived on the scene.

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