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Most common form: 食べ粕
noun
1. leavings of a meal; food scraps; leftovers
2. food particles (in one's teeth or mouth); bits of food
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Most common form: 粉塵
noun
mineral dust; mine dust; fine particles; dust
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noun
suspended particles; floating matter
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noun
postpositions; particles  (often written with kana only)
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noun
system of particles
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こま
かな
ほこり
くうちゅう
空中
いている

Particles of dust float in the atmosphere.
くうきちゅう
空気中
ごく
ちい
さい
りゅうし
粒子
ガンもとなり

Tiny particles in the air can cause cancer.
これら
ふた
ぶんし
分子
こと
なった
スピード
うご
いている
こと
しめ
だけ
ふじゅうぶん
不十分
である
It is not enough to show that these two particles are moving at different speed.
びりゅうし
微粒子
にくがん
肉眼
ほとんど
えない

Minute particles are hardly visible to the naked eye.
ちゅうごくご
中国語
においてテンス
あらわ
ばあい
場合
じょうじゅつ
上述
ように
じょし
助詞
とき
あらわ
かたり
または
ぶんみゃく
文脈
によるもの
おお

When indicating 'tense' in Chinese, as shown above, there are 'particles', 'time-specifying words' and also many cases where it depends on context.
 
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