漢語英譯辭典 (Google eBook)

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Trübner & Company, 1889 - English language - 357 pages
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Page 135 - ... general. Forthwith he proceeded northwards to Koshi. Before this time, Afumi had sent picked troops to make a sudden incursion to the village of Tamakurabe, so Koma, Idzumo no Omi, was sent to attack them and drive them off. 1 As the prompt result of Wofukehi's brilliant exploit. • Gunkan, a term applied to military officers of high rank and experience whose duty it was to watch closely the behaviour of the troops in battle. Gubbins.
Page 197 - PRAYER. (On the anniversary of the death of a member of the family...
Page xii - f "( inferior lose, ) ( the fittest. *i 5. The Japanese do not pronounce Chinese in a manner which would be intelligible to any Chinaman. They have two standards of pronunciation, both of them corruptions of the Chinese pronunciation of over a thousand years ago.
Page 72 - Dai-iutn | %j£, sum, to pay a visit to a temple or shrine on behalf of another.
Page 7 - Bai-ja | fj|, suru, to ride, either on horseback or in a carriage, in company with others...
Page 20 - Bi-man | j$j, suru, to be quite full ; to be full to the limit of over-flowing (of a river) ; to be abundant.
Page 101 - T<>iii-i»ukii liil.ii-H t.ii | |J}. the rut in which a wagon has been upset ; a course which has led to failure ; fukii-tctsu wofnmtt, to follow a course which has proved fatal to others.
Page 229 - Ho-bi | fl|, sum, to supplement provision which has been already made ; to perfect arrangements already made to meet an emergency; liu-bi no lid additional troops enrolled to meet a contingency.
Page 157 - Hakn-rokn | (1$. a small salary allowance or pension (received from the Government or by a retainer from the daimio of his clan) ; also used in a depreciatory sense of oneself.
Page 107 - Gan-rul | }j|, suru, to be on the point of crying; have the appearance of one about to shed tears ; to have one's eyes filled with tears.

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