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English Meaning(s) for 痕跡

  1. trace; vestige; mark; sign; evidence

Definition and Synonyms for 痕跡

Scrape an indication of damage
Synonyms: かする, こする, さする, なする, かすれる, , かき傷, 傷口, 傷跡, 切り傷, 刷る, 創痍, 創痕, 古傷, 引きつり, 引きつる, 引っつれる, 引っ攣り, 微傷, 掠り, 擦る, 擦れ, 擦れる, 擦れる, 擦り傷, 擦痕, 擦過傷, 残痕, 浅手, 爪痕, 爪跡, , 痕跡, 瘢痕,
Vestige an indication that something has been present
Synonyms: 事跡, 形跡, 残痕, 痕跡, 証跡, , , 跡形
Trace a visible mark (as a footprint) left by the passage of person or animal or vehicle
Synonyms: トレース, シュプール, 形跡, 痕跡, , , 跡形
Trail a track or mark left by something that has passed
Synonyms: 痕跡, 航跡, 足跡, ,

Meanings for each kanji in 痕跡

» mark; foot print
» tracks; mark; print; impression

Categories 痕跡 is a member of

Blemish a mark or flaw that spoils the appearance of something (especially on a person's body)
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Indication something that serves to indicate or suggest
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Print a visible indication made on a surface
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Path a line or route along which something travels or moves
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Sample Sentences for 痕跡

One feels that the city has grown slowly and each age has left its mark.
Archeology is a science that studies the activities of human beings and their changes through the study of the traces left by them.
By demolishing buildings of bygone times, we wipe out every trace of the past forever.
The only evidence was the traces of semen stuck to the underwear.
The severity of such marks can reveal whether or not any of these people were habitually engaged in hard labor.

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