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[きざ()·]
kizashi
noun

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[きざ()·]
kizashi

English Meaning(s) for 兆し

noun
  1. signs; omen; symptoms

Definition and Synonyms for 兆し

Sign a perceptible indication of something not immediately apparent (as a visible clue that something has happened)
Synonyms: サイン, 予兆, , 兆し, 兆す, 兆候, 先触れ, 前兆, 前表, , , 幸先, , , 徴表, 徴証, 息吹, 気振り, 気色, 気色, 気配, 注連, 現れる, 知らせ, 知らせる, 萌やし, 表れ, 表徴
Indication something that serves to indicate or suggest
Synonyms: , 兆し, 兆す, 兆候, 前兆, , , 暗示, 気配, 現れる, 萌やし, 表れ, 表示
Symptom anything that accompanies X and is regarded as an indication of X's existence
Synonyms: , 兆し, 兆す, 兆候, 前兆
Foretoken an event that is experienced as indicating important things to come
Synonyms: サイン, オーメン, 予兆, , 兆し, 兆す, 兆候, 先触れ, 前兆, 前表, 卜占, , 幸先, , 知らせ, 知らせる, 萌やし

Meanings for each kanji in 兆し

portent; 10**12; trillion; sign; omen; symptoms Kanji Details »

Categories 兆し is a member of

Communication something that is communicated by or to or between people or groups
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Clew evidence that helps to solve a problem
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Indication something that serves to indicate or suggest
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Experience an event as apprehended
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 兆し

Sample Sentences for 兆し

The Chinese automotive import market shows signs of slight growth.
His business has begun to thrive at last.
The rain shows no sign of stopping.
The building exhibits signs of dilapidation.
There are signs of growing tensions between the two countries.

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