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70 words found beginning with '湯'
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noun
steam; vapour; vapor
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Most common form: 湯のみ
noun
teacup  (see also: 湯呑み茶碗; abbreviation)
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noun
water-heater; water-boiler
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noun
teakettle; kettle
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ichidan verb, transitive verb
1. to boil (something in hot water)  (see also: 煮る)
2. to treat with medicinal steam (a swelling, etc.)  (see also: たでる)
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hot-spring cure; taking the baths
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noun
1. bathtub
2. boat with a bathtub rented to customers (Edo period)
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noun
1. hot and cold water
2. abundant item; plentiful item  (see also: 湯水のように使う)
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to skin or peel a vegetable after steeping it in boiling water
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Most common form: 豆腐皮
noun
tofu skin; dried beancurd; delicacy made from the skin of gently boiled soybean milk
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