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いたずら, 悪戯, 惡戲, いたづら, イタズラ
Takes suru, NA-adjective, May take 'no', Usually in kana
1. mischief, prank, trick, practical joke
2. pastime, hobby
3. playing with (a lighter, etc.), fooling around with, messing around with, amusing oneself with, tampering with
4. lewd behaviour, sexual misconduct, sexual assault, molestation, rape
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いたずら, 徒, 徒ら
NA-adjective, Usually in kana, usu. as いたずらに
useless, vain, aimless, idle
いたずら, 悪戯者, 徒者, いたずらもの
1. mischief-maker, trickster, prankster
2. lascivious person (esp. a loose woman)
3. useless fellow
See 鼠・1
4. mouse, rat
悪戯着, いたずら
rompers, play suit
いたずら, 悪戯心, いたずらごころ
desire to tease, desire to cause mischief
いたずら, 徒に, 徒らに
Adverb, Usually in kana
uselessly, pointlessly, in vain, to no purpose, for nothing, idly
いたずらっ子, 悪戯っ子, 悪戯子, いたずらっこ
1. mischievous child, scamp, rascal
2. elf, imp
いたずら小僧, イタズラ小僧, 悪戯小僧, いたずらこぞう, イタズラこぞう
mischievous boy
いたずら書き, 悪戯書き, 悪戯書, 徒書き, いたずらがき
scribbling, doodling, graffiti
いたずら好き, 悪戯好き, いたずらずき
NA-adjective, May take 'no'
いたずら電話, イタズラ電話, 悪戯電話, いたずらでんわ, イタズラでんわ
crank call, prank call
徒言, いたずらごと
nonsense, gibberish, meaningless word
徒人, いたずらびと
1. useless fellow
2. down-and-out person
3. dead person
いたずらっぽい, 悪戯っぽい
Usually in kana
roguish, impish
悪戯盛り, いたずら盛り, いたずらざかり
mischievous age
悪戯坊主, いたずら坊主, いたずらぼうず
mischievous boy, troublemaker, pesky kids
いたずら, 悪悪戯, わるいたずら
性的いたずら, 性的悪戯, 性的イタズラ, せいてきいたずら, せいてきイタズラ
Takes suru
sexual abuse, molestation
運命の悪戯, 運命のいたずら, うんめいのいたずら
quirk of fate, twist of fate, (an) irony
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