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We found 222 words, 1 kanji, and 11 examples matching '弾'
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noun
1. ball; sphere; globe; orb
2. bead (of sweat, dew, etc.); drop; droplet
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noun
1. bomb
2. alcohol with liquor added (esp. wine-based shochu highball, also beer with whiskey)  (often written with kana only)
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'ku' godan verb, transitive verb
to play (piano, guitar)
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oppression; suppression; pressure
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noun
ammunition; ammo
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Kanji search: 1 match
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ダン   たま bullet   はず to bounce   ひ to play (an instrument)   
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タン    simple   
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ジュウ   ジッ   と    とお ten   
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イチ   イツ   ひと    ひと- one   
stick   
small
デン   た rice field   
キュウ   ゆみ a bow   
Example search: 11 matches
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この
じゅう
たま
はい
っていません

This gun is out of bullets.
たま
まと
たった

The bullet found its mark.
ピストル
たま
かれ
あし
かんつう
貫通
した

A pistol bullet went clean through his leg.
その
じゅう
には
いちだん
1弾
たま
はい
っていない
はず
There are not supposed to be any bullets in that gun.
べい
だい
よんだん
4弾
かんぜい
関税
はっぴょう
発表
スマホもろ
やいば

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