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[ちょう()·こう()]
choukou
noun

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[ちょう()·こう()]
choukou
[ちょう()·こう()]
choukou

English Meaning(s) for 兆候

noun
  1. sign; indication; omen; symptom

Definition and Synonyms for 兆候

Sign a perceptible indication of something not immediately apparent (as a visible clue that something has happened)
Synonyms: しるし, もやし, サイン, 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, 息吹く, , 気振り, 気色, 気色, 気配, 注連, 現れ, 現れる, 知る, 知らす, 知らせ, 知らせる, 表徴
Indication something that serves to indicate or suggest
Synonyms: しるし, もやし, , 兆し, 兆す, 兆候, 前兆, , , , 暗示, 気配, 現れ, 現れる, 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
Sign a character indicating a relation between quantities
Synonyms: 兆候, 前兆, 前表, 合図, 気配, 目印, 符号, 縁起, 表号, 表徴, 記号
Indicator a signal for attracting attention
Synonyms: 兆候, 前兆, 前表, 前触れ, 合図, 表徴
Foretoken an event that is experienced as indicating important things to come
Synonyms: もやし, サイン, 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, , , , 知る, 知らす, 知らせ, 知らせる
Sign any objective evidence of the presence of a disorder or disease
Synonyms: 兆候

Meanings for each kanji in 兆候

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

Categories 兆候 is a member of

Communication something that is communicated by or to or between people or groups
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Evidence your basis for belief or disbelief
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Clew evidence that helps to solve a problem
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Signaling any nonverbal action or gesture that encodes a message
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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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Mathematical Notation a notation used by mathematicians
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Sample Sentences for 兆候

Sudden decrease in appetite is sometimes a sign of illness.
But there had been no indications Gorbachev was having any sort of health problems, and it is not exactly clear what's happened to him now.
Like most diseases, it has its own symptoms.
The emerging labor shortage is viewed as a sign of economic overheating.
All the signs are that she is getting better.

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