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, まく
1. curtain, bunting
2. act (in play)
, かいまく
Takes suru, May take 'no', Antonym: 閉幕・へいまく
1. raising the curtain
2. opening (of an event), start of a season
, へいまく
Takes suru
falling of the curtain, coming to an end
, ひとまく
one act
, まくうち
See 幕の内・2, Sumo term
highest-ranking division
, ばくふ
bakufu, shogunate
, ばくまつ
closing days of the Tokugawa shogunate, end of Edo era
開け, 明け, まくあけ
See 幕開き
1. the rise of the curtain, opening (of play)
2. beginning (e.g. of an era), opening (festival, event, etc.)
, じまく
subtitles, captioning
, まくした
Sumo term
third highest division, wrestlers of the third highest division
, ばくりょう
staff, staff officer
, くろまく
1. black curtain
2. wirepuller, mastermind, backroom manipulator, éminence grise, power broker
, にゅうまく
Takes suru
advancing to the first grade
横断, おうだんまく
horizontal banner
, うちまく, ないまく
lowdown, inside curtain, inside information, hidden circumstances, inside facts, inner workings, undisclosed circumstances
, ひらまく
Sumo term
rank-and-file wrestlers in the highest division
切れ, まくぎれ
fall of the curtain, last scene, end of act
垂れ, 垂, たれまく
hanging banner, hanging screen, curtain
, しゅうまく
end, close
, じんまく
camp enclosure
, じょまくしき
unveiling ceremony
, きゅうばく
the old feudal government, shogunate
, ばくえい
Takes suru
camp, camping
, 揚げ, あげまく
entrance curtain (in noh)
, いばく
curtain, field staff headquarters, secret meeting place
, くじらまく
black and white striped curtain (used at funeral service)
, ばくぐん
the shogunate army
, ばくせい
the shogunate (administration)
, まくでん
sheet lightning
, まくじり
Sumo term
lowest ranked wrestler in makuuchi division
, ぶつまく
coloured curtains hanging from the eaves of a Buddhist temple
, だんまく
curtain with horizontal stripes
, ちょうばく
1. curtain, hanging, bunting
2. place where a curtain is hung
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