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36 words found containing '躍' in any position
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noun
1. activity (esp. energetic); great efforts; conspicuous service
2. to flourish; to participate actively; to play an active role
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1. leaping; activity
2. leapfrog (over a problem); making a leap (e.g. in logic)
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making rapid progress; making great advances; rush; dash; onslaught
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adverbial noun (fukushitekimeishi), noun, 'suru' verb
1. suddenly (rising to fame, etc.); instantly; immediately; overnight
2. one bound; one leap  (orig. meaning)
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Most common form: おどり
noun
leaping; jumping; spring; exciting
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jump; leap; skip; bound
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desperation; eagerness
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lively motion; throb
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secret manoeuvering; secret maneuvering; secret manoeuvres; secret maneuvers
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'ru' godan verb, intransitive verb
1. to jump; to leap  (see also: 踊る)
2. to pound (of one's heart, i.e. with excitement); to throb
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