いしょくishoku Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • transplanting (plants, organs, culture, etc.); transplant; grafting
  • porting (software) - IT term

アメリカAMERIKAno文化bunkahaヨーロッパYOOROPPAからkara移植ishokuされたsaretaものmonoda The American culture had been transplanted from Europe.

Kanji definition:

Iうつutsu.ruうつutsu.su

shift; move; change; drift; catch (cold, fire); pass into

Strokes:
11
Radical:
禾 grain
SKIP:
1-5-6
UTF:
79fb
JIS208:
16-60
Hangul:
이 [i]
Pinyin:
Stroke order:
Example words:
移植いしょくishoku
transplanting (plants, organs, culture, etc.); transplant; grafting; / porting (software)
移動いどうidou
movement; transfer; migration; removal; travel; / mobile; moving; traveling; travelling; roving
移転いてんiten
moving; relocation; change of address; / transfer (of deeds, property, etc.); demise
移行いこうikou
switching over to; migration; transition
移民いみんimin
emigration; immigration; / emigrant; immigrant

ショクSHOKUえるu.eruわるu.waru

plant

Strokes:
12
Radical:
木 tree
SKIP:
1-4-8
UTF:
690d
JIS208:
31-2
Nanori:
うえueege
Hangul:
식 [sig]치 [chi]
Pinyin:
zhí
Stroke order:
Example words:
移植いしょくishoku
transplanting (plants, organs, culture, etc.); transplant; grafting; / porting (software)
植物しょくぶつshokubutsu
plant; vegetation
植民地しょくみんちshokuminchi
colony; / colonial
入植にゅうしょくnyuushoku
settlement; immigration
動植物どうしょくぶつdoushokubutsu
plants and animals; flora and fauna

Partial results:

いしょくしゅじゅつishokushujutsu

noun:

  • transplant surgery
いしょくへんishokuhen

noun:

  • graft; transplant; implant
いしょくかのうせいishokukanousei

noun:

  • (code) portability - IT term
いしょくめんえきishokumen'eki

noun:

  • transplantation immunity
いしょくごてishokugote

noun:

  • small shovel or trowel used in gardening
いしょくせいishokusei

noun:

  • portability
いしょくコーディネーターishokuKOODEINEETAA

noun:

  • transplant coordinator
いしょくぞうきishokuzouki

noun:

  • replacement organ

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