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32 words found containing '隙' in any position
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noun
1. gap; space
2. break; interlude; interval  (this meaning is restricted to reading すき)
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noun
1. crevice; crack; gap; opening; clearance
2. spare moment; interval; break; pause; spare time
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closely; compactly; leaving no space​
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1. not busy; unengaged; being free
2. leisure  (see also: 手空き; usually as お手隙)
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noun
person with a lot of free time on their hands; person of leisure; idler
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to take advantage of someone’s carelessness; perform a surprise attack
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vacant space; aperture; gap; opening
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expression
one must constantly be on one's guard with ...; one cannot be too careful of ...
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Most common form: すかさず
without a moment's delay  (often written with kana only)
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