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バン, ひ.く
saw, turn (lathe), grind
, 碾く, ひく
Only 挽く, Godan verb, Transitive
1. to saw
2. to grind (e.g. coffee beans), to mill
, ばんか
May take 'no'
elegy, funeral song
, こびき
き茶, , 碾茶, 碾き茶, ひきちゃ, てんちゃ
See 抹茶
powdered green tea (steamed and dried before being stone-ground)
き臼, 碾き臼, , 碾臼, ひきうす
quern, hand mill
, 粗びき, 荒, あら, 荒びき, 粗碾き, あらびき
May take 'no'
coarsely ground (e.g. coffee, grain), minced (e.g. meat)
, 縦ひき, 縦びき, たてびき, たてひき
ちゃひきぐさ, 茶, 茶き草, 茶引き草, チャヒキグサ
See 烏麦, Usually in kana, Obscure term
wild oat (Avena fatua), wild oats
き台, ひきだい
See 木びき台, Obscure term
sawhorse, sawbuck
二頭, にとうびき
two-horse cart
合い, 合, 合いびき, 合, あいびき
(mixture of) ground beef and pork
き歌, こびきうた
sawyer's song
名誉, めいよばんかい
restoring one's impaired reputation, regaining one's honor, redeeming oneself
退勢, たいせいばんかい
restoring the declining fortunes, recovering from the discouraging situation, reversing the downward trend
き鋸, 縦ひき鋸, 縦びきのこ, たてびき鋸, たてびきのこ, たてひきのこ
きたて, き立て, ひきたて
May take 'no'
freshly-ground (e.g. coffee, pepper), fresh ground
き機, 肉き器, にくひきき
meat grinder, mincing machine, mincer
き台, のこひきだい
See 木びき台, Obscure term
sawhorse, sawbuck
合いき肉, 合き肉, 合いびき肉, 合, あいびきにく
(mixture of) ground beef and pork
, ばんかい
Takes suru
recovery, restoration
あらびきウインナー, 粗きウインナー
Usually in kana
arabiki, arabiki sausage, coarsely ground sausage
あらびきソーセージ, 粗きソーセージ
Usually in kana
arabiki, arabiki sausage, coarsely ground sausage
ひき肉, , き肉, ひきにく
minced meat, ground meat
鋸引き, 鋸, のこぎりびき
1. sawing
2. death by sawing (i.e. as a capital punishment)
木びき台, 木き台, 木, こびきだい
sawhorse, sawbuck
引き切る, 引切る, き切る, ひききる
Godan verb
1. to saw off
2. to interrupt, to suspend, to discontinue
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