|a dandy, a peacock, the early-17th-century equivalent of present-day yakuza, Edo-period eccentric who attracted public attention with their eye-catching clothes, peculiar hairstyle, and weird behavior||歌舞伎者 [かぶきもの]|
|(a) big haul, roundup, wholesale arrest, catching the whole herd with one throw||一網打尽 [いちもうだじん]|
|(announcement over) the public address system (e.g. in stadium)||場内放送 [じょうないほうそう]|
|(articles) imported to Japan by early European traders||南蛮渡来 [なんばんとらい]|
|(Buddh) concentration; period of intensive zazen||接心 [せっしん]|
|(Buddh) concentration; period of intensive zazen||摂心 [しょうしん]|
|(Buddh) concentration; period of intensive zazen||摂心 [せっしん]|
|(Buddh) Mahamayuri (deity usu. depicted riding a peacock)||孔雀明王 [くじゃくみょうおう]|
|(Buddh) pre-Kumarajiva Chinese translation (i.e. before the 5th century)||古訳 [こやく]|
|(Buddh) present world, present age, transient world, life||現世 [うつしよ]|
|(Buddh) present world, present age, transient world, life||現世 [げんせ]|
|(Buddh) present world, present age, transient world, life||現世 [げんぜ]|
|(Buddh) present world, present age, transient world, life||現在世 [げんざいせ]|
|(Buddh) present world, present age, transient world, life; recent epoch (i.e. the Holocene epoch)||現世 [げんせい]|
|(Buddh) Sanzu River (Buddhist equivalent of the River Styx)||三途の川 [さんずのかわ]|
|(Buddh) true word; mantra; Shingon (Sino-Japanese esoteric Buddhism, originating in the eighth century)||眞言 [しんごん]|
|(Buddh) true word; mantra; Shingon (Sino-Japanese esoteric Buddhism, originating in the eighth century)||真言 [しんごん]|
|(certified public) accountant||会計士 [かいけいし]|
|(clothes which) look good on a person||着映え [きばえ]|
|(clothes which) make one look fat||着太り [きぶとり]|
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