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積み降ろし積み下ろし積み卸し積卸し積みおろし積下ろし積降ろし積卸
Irregular okurigana usage
Readings
つみおろし
tsumioroshi
Meanings
Noun (futsuumeishi)
noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru
loading and unloadingAus und Einladen

Kanji
ON: セキKUN: つ.む, -づ.み, つ.もる, つ.もり
volume, product (x*y), acreage, contents, pile up, stack, load, amass

ON: コウ, ゴKUN: お.りる, お.ろす, ふ.る, ふ.り, くだ.る, くだ.す
descend, precipitate, fall, surrender

ON: セキKUN: つ.む, -づ.み, つ.もる, つ.もり
volume, product (x*y), acreage, contents, pile up, stack, load, amass

ON: カ, ゲKUN: した, お.ろす, くだ.さる, -くだ.す, くだ.す, くだ.り, くだ.る, さ.がる, さ.げる, もと, しも, お.りる
below, down, descend, give, low, inferior

ON: セキKUN: つ.む, -づ.み, つ.もる, つ.もり
volume, product (x*y), acreage, contents, pile up, stack, load, amass

ON: シャKUN: おろ.す, おろし, おろ.し
wholesale

ON: セキKUN: つ.む, -づ.み, つ.もる, つ.もり
volume, product (x*y), acreage, contents, pile up, stack, load, amass

ON: シャKUN: おろ.す, おろし, おろ.し
wholesale

ON: セキKUN: つ.む, -づ.み, つ.もる, つ.もり
volume, product (x*y), acreage, contents, pile up, stack, load, amass

ON: セキKUN: つ.む, -づ.み, つ.もる, つ.もり
volume, product (x*y), acreage, contents, pile up, stack, load, amass

ON: カ, ゲKUN: した, お.ろす, くだ.さる, -くだ.す, くだ.す, くだ.り, くだ.る, さ.がる, さ.げる, もと, しも, お.りる
below, down, descend, give, low, inferior

ON: セキKUN: つ.む, -づ.み, つ.もる, つ.もり
volume, product (x*y), acreage, contents, pile up, stack, load, amass

ON: コウ, ゴKUN: お.りる, お.ろす, ふ.る, ふ.り, くだ.る, くだ.す
descend, precipitate, fall, surrender

ON: セキKUN: つ.む, -づ.み, つ.もる, つ.もり
volume, product (x*y), acreage, contents, pile up, stack, load, amass

ON: シャKUN: おろ.す, おろし, おろ.し
wholesale

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