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Japanese - English Dictionary - Words in Level [平坦の言葉]

Level [平坦]

Level
a flat surface at right angles to a plumb line
[じょう()·かん()·ぱん()]
joukanpan
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. upper deck
[こう()·かん()·ぱん()]
koukanpan
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. afterdeck
[()·こう()·かん()·ぱん()]
hikoukanpan
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. flight deck
puromunaadodekki
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. promenade deck
[おど()··()]
odoriba
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. dance hall; dance floor
  2. landing (stairs)
  3. leveling off (e.g. in the economy); period of stagnation; cooling-off period; lull
furoa
noun

Alternate Written Forms:

furoaa

English Meanings:

noun
  1. floor
  2. follower
[とこ()]
toko
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. bed; bedding
  2. sickbed
  3. alcove
  4. riverbed
  5. seedbed
  6. straw "core" of a tatami mat
  7. floor
[ゆか()]
yuka
noun

Alternate Written Forms:

[ゆか()]
yuka

English Meanings:

noun
  1. floor
  2. stage (for the narrator and the shamisen player)
  3. dining platform built across a river
[だん()]
dan
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. platform; podium; rostrum
  2. mandala
[しょう()]
shou
counter

Alternate Written Forms:

[しょう()]
shou

English Meanings:

counter
  1. counter for beds
epuron
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. apron
[かっ()·そう()·()]
kassouro
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. runway
[()·めん()]
romen
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. road surface
[ゆう()·どう()·()]
yuudouro
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. taxiway
[がん()·ぺき()]
ganpeki
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. wharf; breakwater; steep cliff
[さん()·きょう()]
sankyou
noun

Alternate Written Forms:

[さん()·ばし()]
sanbashi

English Meanings:

noun
  1. wharf; bridge; jetty; pier
[()·()·()]
hatoba
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. wharf; quay; landing-stage; jetty
kyattoooku
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. catwalk
suteeji
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. stage
  2. performance
dekki
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. deck

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