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[まく() + ()·]
maku + ake

English Meaning(s) for 幕開け

  1. the rise of the curtain; opening (of play)
  2. beginning (e.g. of an era); opening (festival, event, etc.)

Definition and Synonyms for 幕開け

Beginning the first part or section of something
Synonyms: ついで, のっけ, はじめ, スタート, ビギニング, 入口, 冒頭, すべり出し, 出だし, 出始め, 出始める, 出端, 出鼻, 出っ鼻, 初め, 初める, 初期, 初頭, 取っ付く, 取り付く, とば口, 始まり, 始まる, 始める, 幕開け, , 序の口, 序盤, 序章, 当初, 最初, 滑り出す
Beginning the event consisting of the start of something
Synonyms: はじめ, むくり, 元始, 冒頭, 出だし, 初口, 始まり, 始まる, 始める, 幕開き, 幕開け, 序開き, 振り出し, 振り出す, 最初, , , 源流, 濫觴, 発端, 芽出し, 起こり, 起こる, 起源, 起首
Beginning the place where something begins, where it springs into being
Synonyms: はじめ, むくり, ルーツ, オリジン, 元始, 出だし, 出始め, 出始める, 初め, 初める, 初口, 初手, 始まり, 始まる, 始める, 幕開き, 幕開け, 序開き, 根元, 根源, 淵源, , , 源流, 濫觴, 発祥, 発端, 糸口, 芽出し, 芽生え, 芽生える, 起こり, 起こる, 起源, 起点, 起首, 開闢
Beginning the time at which something is supposed to begin
Synonyms: のっけ, はじめ, とっつき, ぶっつけ, ぶつける, スタート, しょっぱな, キックオフ, すべり出し, 出だし, 出鼻, 出っ鼻, 初め, 初める, 初っ切り, 初口, 劈頭, 取っ付く, 取り付く, 取り付け, 口切り, 始まり, 始まる, 始める, 幕開き, 幕開け, 当初, 最初, 滑り出す, 発足, 開始, 開幕, 開闢

Meanings for each kanji in 幕開け

curtain; bunting; act of play Kanji Details »
open; unfold; unseal Kanji Details »

Categories 幕開け is a member of

Part one of the portions into which something is regarded as divided and which together constitute a whole
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Occurrence an event that happens
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Point the precise location of something
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Point an instant of time
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Sample Sentences for 幕開け

This is the beginning of a new era.

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