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ara + suji

English Meaning(s) for あらすじ

  1. outline; summary; argument

Definition and Synonyms for あらすじ

Outline a schematic or preliminary plan
Synonyms: ほぼ, あらすじ, あらまし, おおむね, おおよそ, たいてい, だいたい, シェーマ, スキーマ, スキーム, レジュメ, アウトライン, 一通り, , 図式, 図表, 図解, 大意, 大概, 大略, 大筋, 大要, 提要, 摘要, 梗概, 概略, 概要, 概説, 概論, 模式図, , 略叙, 略図, 略筆, 略記, 略説, 略述, 筋書き, 素描, 素書き, 綱領, 総説, 総論, 要図, 要旨, 要略, 要約, 要綱, 要覧, 要説, 輪郭
Plot the story that is told in a novel or play or movie etc.
Synonyms: あらすじ, プロット, 仕組み, 仕組む, 構想, , , 筋書き, 筋立て
Outline a sketchy summary of the main points of an argument or theory
Synonyms: およそ, サマリ, あらすじ, あらまし, おおむね, おおよそ, たいてい, だいたい, レジュメ, シノプシス, アウトライン, アブストラクト, 一通り, , 大意, 大概, 大略, 大筋, 大綱, 大綱, 大要, 提要, 摘要, 撮要, 梗概, 概括, 概略, 概要, 概観, 概説, 概論, 略叙, 略筆, 略説, 略述, 筋書き, 綱目, 綱要, 綱領, 総括, 総説, 総論, 要旨, 要略, 要約, 要綱, 要義, 要覧, 要説, 要領, 趣旨, 骨組み
Literary Argument a summary of the subject or plot of a literary work or play or movie
Synonyms: あらすじ, ,
Outline the line that appears to bound an object
Synonyms: あらすじ, アウトライン, 輪郭, 輪郭線

Categories あらすじ is a member of

Program a series of steps to be carried out or goals to be accomplished
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Story a piece of fiction that narrates a chain of related events
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Summary a brief statement that presents the main points in a concise form
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Bound the line or plane indicating the limit or extent of something
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