|to avenge oneself||恨みを晴らす [うらみをはらす]|
|(act of) masturbation, pleasuring oneself||自慰行為 [じいこうい]|
|(Buddh) holding a memorial service for oneself; an older person conducting a memorial service for a deceased, younger person||逆修 [ぎゃくしゅ]|
|(coincidence of) mutual sentiment, sharing the same sentiment with somebody, finding oneself on the same wavelength as somebody, seeing eye to eye||情意投合 [じょういとうごう]|
|(exaggerated) professing to be, passing oneself off as||触れ込み [ふれこみ]|
|(gymnastics) pulling oneself upward with a forward, circling movement||逆上がり [さかあがり]|
|(so ashamed or embarrassed that) one does not know where to put oneself, feeling out of place||身の置き所がない [みのおきどころがない]|
|ability to take proper steps to meet the situation, ability to adapt oneself to (the requirement of) the moment||応変能力 [おうへんのうりょく]|
|absconding, taking oneself off, slipping out (home) unnoticed early (e.g. from work, out of parties, etc.)||ドロン|
|absconding, taking oneself off, slipping out (home) unnoticed early (e.g. from work, out of parties, etc.)||どろん|
|absentmindedly, in spite of oneself||我にも非ず [われにもあらず]|
|absorption, give undivided attention, devote oneself to||専念 [せんねん]|
|accustoming oneself to a certain taste, oral drill||口慣らし [くちならし]|
|accustoming oneself to a certain taste, oral drill||口馴らし [くちならし]|
|adapting oneself to the requirements of the moment, playing it by ear||機変 [きへん]|
|adapting oneself to the requirements of the moment, playing it by ear||臨機応変 [りんきおうへん]|
|all by itself, naturally, spontaneous, all by oneself||己と [おのれと]|
|alliance (of the Six Kingdoms against the Qin dynasty, and of individual Kingdoms with the Qin dynasty), (tactic of) making & breaking alliances (to benefit oneself as the occasion demands), resorting to alliances as a diplomatic expedient||合従連衡 [がっしょうれんこう]|
|allowing oneself meat, fish or alcohol after a period of abstaining||精進落し [しょうじんおとし]|
|allowing oneself meat, fish or alcohol after a period of abstaining||精進落とし [しょうじんおとし]|
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