てきしゅつtekishutsu Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • picking out; taking out; (surgical) removal
  • exposure

外科医gekaiha患者kanjano盲腸mouchouwo摘出tekishutsuしたshita The surgeon took out his patient's appendix.

Kanji definition:

テキTEKItsu.mu

pinch; pick; pluck; trim; clip; summarize

Strokes:
14
Radical:
手扌龵 hand
SKIP:
1-3-11
UTF:
6458
JIS208:
37-6
Nanori:
つむtsumu
Hangul:
적 [jeog]
Pinyin:
zhāi / zhé
Stroke order:
Example words:
指摘してきshiteki
pointing out; identification
摘発てきはつtekihatsu
exposing; unmasking; laying bare
摘出てきしゅつtekishutsu
picking out; taking out; (surgical) removal; / exposure
摘むつむtsumu
to pick; to pluck; / to snip; to cut; to nip; to trim
摘み取るつまみとるtsumamitoru
to pluck; to pick; to nip off

シュツSHUTSUスイSUIde.ru~で deda.su~だ da.suでるi.deruだすi.dasu

exit; leave; go out; come out; put out; protrude

Strokes:
5
Radical:
凵 container
SKIP:
4-5-2
UTF:
51fa
JIS208:
29-48
Nanori:
いずizuいづizuいでidejiすっsuすつsutsuてんten
Hangul:
출 [chul]추 [chu]
Pinyin:
chū
Stroke order:
Example words:
輸出ゆしゅつyushutsu
export; / efferent
出身しゅっしんshusshin
person's origin (e.g. city, country, parentage, school)
出場しゅつじょうshutsujou
(stage) appearance; performance; / participation (e.g. in a tournament)
進出しんしゅつshinshutsu
advance (into a new market or stage of progress); launching (a new career or venture); expanding (into a new market); stepping forward; emerging
提出ていしゅつteishutsu
presentation (of documents); submission (of an application, report, etc.); production (e.g. of evidence); introduction (e.g. of a bill); filing; turning in

Partial results:

ちゃくしゅつしchakushutsushiてきしゅつしtekishutsushiirr.てきしゅつしtekishutsushi

noun:

  • legitimate child

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