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Japanese - English Dictionary - Words in Literary Genre [ジャンルの言葉]

Literary Genre [ジャンル]

Literary Genre
a style of expressing yourself in writing
editoriaru
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. editorial
koramu
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. column (e.g. in newspaper); stand-alone feature article framed by a box
repooto
noun, suru verb

Alternate Written Forms:

ripooto

English Meanings:

noun, suru verb
  1. report; paper
[()·()]
kiji
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. article; news story; report; account
[しゃ()·せつ()]
shasetsu
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. editorial; leading article
[とく()·しゅう()]
tokushuu
noun, suru verb

Alternate Written Forms:

[とく()·しゅう()]
tokushuu

English Meanings:

noun, suru verb
  1. feature (e.g. newspaper); special edition; report
[ろん()·せつ()]
ronsetsu
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. editorial; dissertation
[ろん()·ぶん()]
ronbun
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. thesis; essay; treatise; paper; article
toppu
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. top
  2. top position
  3. senior management; senior bureaucrat
saidoba
noun

Alternate Written Forms:

saidobaa

English Meanings:

noun
  1. sidebar (as on a web page)
[()·()]
kiji
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. article; news story; report; account
[ろん()·こう()]
ronkou
noun, suru verb

English Meanings:

noun, suru verb
  1. study (of something)
[ろん()·ぶん()]
ronbun
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. thesis; essay; treatise; paper; article
[しょう()·ろん()]
shouron
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. short article; one's own article
komedii
noun

Alternate Written Forms:

komedi

English Meanings:

noun
  1. comedy
torajidii
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. tragedy
[()·げき()]
kigeki
noun, no adjective

English Meanings:

noun, no adjective
  1. comedy; funny show
[()·げき()]
higeki
noun, no adjective

English Meanings:

noun, no adjective
  1. tragedy; disaster
nonfikushon
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. nonfiction
[さん()·ぶん()·()]
sanbunshi
noun

English Meanings:

noun
  1. prose poem

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