Results, 仲裁 #n

ちゅうさいchuusai Inflection

noun / ~する noun / ~の noun:

  • arbitration; intercession; mediation

karega仲裁chuusaiしてshiteその場sonobaha丸くmaruku収めたosameta He intervened and settled the matter peacefully for the time being.

Kanji definition:

チュウCHUUなかnaka

go-between; relationship

Strokes:
6
Radical:
人亻 human
SKIP:
1-2-4
UTF:
4ef2
JIS208:
35-71
Nanori:
ちゅんchunつづきtsuzukiなかつnakatsu
Hangul:
중 [jung]
Pinyin:
zhòng
Stroke order:
Example words:
仲間なかまnakama
company; fellow; colleague; associate; comrade; mate; group; circle of friends; partner; / member of the same category
仲介ちゅうかいchuukai
agency; intermediation
なかnaka
relation; relationship
仲良くなかよくnakayoku
on good terms with; on cordial terms with; getting along well with; happily; peacefully; / to make friends with; to be good friends with; to get along with
仲良しなかよしnakayoshi
intimate friend; close friend; bosom buddy; chum

サイSAIta.tsuさばsaba.ku

tailor; judge; decision; cut out (pattern)

Strokes:
12
Radical:
衣衤 clothes
SKIP:
4-12-4
UTF:
88c1
JIS208:
26-59
Hangul:
재 [jae]
Pinyin:
cái
Stroke order:
Example words:
総裁そうさいsousai
president (of an organization); director general; governor (of a central bank); party leader (esp. LDP)
裁判さいばんsaiban
trial; judgement; judgment
制裁せいさいseisai
sanctions; punishment
地裁ちさいchisai
district court
裁判所さいばんしょsaibansho
court; courthouse

Partial results:

ちゅうさいしゃchuusaisha

noun:

  • arbitrator; mediator
ちゅうさいにんchuusainin

noun:

  • arbitrator; mediator
ちゅうさいさいばんchuusaisaiban

noun:

  • arbitration
ちゅうさいさいていchuusaisaitei

noun:

  • settlement by arbitration
ちゅうさいさいばんしょchuusaisaibansho

noun:

  • court of arbitration

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