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手段, しゅだん
means, way, measure
強硬手段, きょうこうしゅだん
tough measure, firm step, strong measure
常套手段, 常とう手段, じょうとうしゅだん
one's habitual practice, usual measure, old trick
手段, かんしゅだん
conventional means, usual means
決済手段, けっさいしゅだん
method of payment
法的手段, ほうてきしゅだん
legal means, legal methods, legal measures
自衛手段, じえいしゅだん
Takes suru
measures to defend oneself (for self-defense) (defence)
通信手段, つうしんしゅだん
means of communication
強圧手段, きょうあつしゅだん
coercive (high-handed) measure, strong-arm method
防遏手段, ぼうあつしゅだん
preventive measure
暴力手段, ぼうりょくしゅだん
violent means
瞞着手段, まんちゃくしゅだん
ruse, trick, deception tactics
籠絡手段, ろうらくしゅだん
means of cajolement (trickery)
代替手段, だいたいしゅだん
alternative means (alternate), alternative method
輸送手段, ゆそうしゅだん
means of transportation, means of transport
伝達手段, でんたつしゅだん
means of communication, media of communication, organ of communication, tool of communication
生産手段, せいさんしゅだん
means of production
交通手段, こうつうしゅだん
means of transportation, transportation system, way of getting around
最終手段, さいしゅうしゅだん
last resort
移動手段, いどうしゅだん
means of transportation, transport service
労働手段, ろうどうしゅだん
means of labor, means of labour
実試験手段, じつしけんしゅだん
Computer terminology
real tester
最後の手段, さいごのしゅだん
last resort
非常手段, ひじょうしゅだん
emergency measures
手段を講じる, しゅだんをこうじる
Expression, Ichidan verb
to take steps (measures)
手段を尽くす, しゅだんをつくす
Expression, Godan verb
to try everything, to leave no stone unturned
下位試験手段, かいしけんしゅだん
Computer terminology
lower tester
上位試験手段, じょういしけんしゅだん
Computer terminology
upper tester
常用手段, じょうようしゅだん
one's usual practice, one's old trick, one's usual modus operandi, the same old tactic
手段を選ばずに, しゅだんをえらばずに
by any means, fair or foul
手段を選ばない, しゅだんをえらばない
to do whatever it takes, to use every trick in the book, to use any means, to stop at nothing
目的のためには手段を選ばない, もくてきのためにはしゅだんをえらばない
Expression, See 手段を選ばずに
to be willing to do anything (any trick) to achieve one's end
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