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  • Notice that 漢 is made of several components: 氵 艹 口 夫
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Components
31 word matches found for '漬' using reading 'づ'
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1. pickling in salt
2. leaving unchanged; leaving unused
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chazuke; cooked rice with green tea poured on it  (food term)
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1. pickled (something)
2. being badly influenced by; being addicted to
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freshly pickled vegetables
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pickles made in brine and fermented rice bran (esp. vegetables, also meat, fish, eggs, etc.)
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lightly pickled vegetables
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noun, noun (suffix)
fish, meat, vegetables, etc. pickled in mould (mold) and salt; food pickled in malted rice  (see also: )
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vegetables pickled in mustard
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pickled Japanese horseradish; wasabi cut up and mixed with sake lees
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1. preserving in alcohol
2. pickling one's liver; drinking incessantly; being a souse
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greens pickled in salt (mizuna, mustard leaves, etc.)  (food term)
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vegetables pickled in salted rice-bran paste, esp. with lots of liquid  (see also: どぶ漬け; food term; regional dialect: Kansai-ben)
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salt pickling of a turnip or daikon, incl. leaves and stalk
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meat or fish or vegetables preserved in miso
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fruit, etc. preserved in shochu
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broiled eel on rice with green tea poured on top  (see also: 茶漬)
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kimchi; kimchee  (see also: キムチ; food term)
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being frozen in ice
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1. vegetables pickled in salted rice-bran paste, esp. with lots of liquid  (see also: 糠味噌漬け; food term)
2. hot-dip galvanizing  (engineering term; colloquialism)
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vegetables pickled in soy sauce
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(fish or vegetables) pickled in sake lees
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vegetables pickled in salted rice-bran paste  (food term)
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being deeply in debt; being up to one's ears in debt
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well-pickled (vegetables, etc.)
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chadzuke with salmon powder
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pickling of unopened rape blossoms
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smoked daikon pickles (famous product of Akita Prefecture)  (see also: 燻りがっこ; food term)
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1. last-minute cramming; overnight cramming
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2. (vegetables) salted just overnight  (original meaning)
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pickled cherry blossoms
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overprescription; overmedication; drug dependence; drugged
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Search results include information from a variety of sources, including Kanshudo (kanji mnemonics, kanji readings, kanji components, vocab and name frequency data, grammar points), JMdict (vocabulary), Tatoeba (examples), Enamdict (names), KanjiVG (kanji animations and stroke order), and Joy o' Kanji (kanji and radical synopses). Translations provided by Google's Neural Machine Translation engine. For more information see credits.
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