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うまく, 上手く, 旨く, 巧く, 甘く
Adverb, Usually in kana
1. skilfully, skillfully, well, aptly, cleverly
2. successfully, smoothly
3. deliciously
うまい, 上手い, 美味い, 旨い, 巧い, 甘い, 美い
Conjugated: うまく
Usually in kana, esp. 上手い,巧い
1. skillful, skilful, clever, expert, wise, successful
esp. 旨い,美味い,甘い
2. delicious, appetizing, appetising, tasty
esp. 旨い
3. fortunate, splendid, promising
うまくいく, 上手くいく, うまく行く, 上手く行く, 旨くいく, 旨く行く
Expression, Godan verb, Usually in kana
to go smoothly, to turn out well, to do the trick, to have peaceful relations
うまくやる, 旨くやる, 巧くやる, 甘くやる
Expression, Godan verb, Usually in kana
to manage something successfully, to be successful
うまくやっていく, うまくやって行く, 旨くやって行く
Expression, Godan verb, Usually in kana
to get along well with, to make a go of it
馬草, 秣, まぐさ, うまく
入幕, にゅうまく
Takes suru
advancing to the first grade
網膜, もうまく
May take 'no'
終幕, しゅうまく
end, close
蝋膜, ろうまく
cere, skin at the base of a bird's beak
包膜, 胞膜, ほうまく
強膜, 鞏膜, きょうまく
May take 'no', Anatomical term
ブドウ膜, 葡萄膜, ぶどうまく, ブドウまく
May take 'no'
漿膜, しょう膜, しょうまく
Anatomical term
1. serous membrane, serosa
Biology term
2. chorion
尿膜, にょうまく
莢膜, きょうまく
Medicine term
1. (bacterial) capsule
2. ovarian follicle sheath, theca
細胞膜, さいぼうまく
cellular membrane
外套膜, がいとうまく
mantle (of an invertebrate)
半透膜, はんとうまく
semipermeable membrane
羊膜類, ようまくるい
網膜炎, もうまくえん
脳硬膜, のうこうまく
cranial dura mater, cerebral dura mater, dura mater encephali
羊膜腔, ようまくくう, ようまくこう
Zoology term
amniotic cavity
遮光幕, しゃこうまく
blackout curtain, lampshade, shade
硬膜, こうまく
May take 'no'
dura, dura mater
羊膜, ようまく
May take 'no'
新入幕, しんにゅうまく
Sumo term
wrestler newly promoted to makuuchi division
再入幕, さいにゅうまく
Sumo term
wrestler re-promoted to makuuchi division
無羊膜類, むようまくるい
厚膜胞子, こうまくほうし
chlamydospore (thick-walled spore that can survive harsh conditions)
ぶどう膜炎, 葡萄膜炎, ぶどうまくえん
胸膜腔, きょうまくくう, きょうまくこう
pleural cavity
絨毛膜, じゅうもうまく
強膜炎, 鞏膜炎, きょうまくえん
Medicine term
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