でんわdenwa Inflection

noun / ~する noun / ~の noun:

  • telephone call; phone call

noun / ~の noun:

  • telephone (device); phone - abbreviation 電話機

電話denwaha繰り返しkurikaeshi鳴っていたnatteita The telephone rang repeatedly.

でんきdenki

noun:

  • electricity
  • (electric) light

このkonoエアコンEAKONha電気denkiwo多量にtaryouni消費shouhiするsuru This air conditioner consumes a lot of electricity.

電気denkiwo消すkesunowo忘れないでwasurenaide Don't forget to turn the light off.

でんしゃdensha

noun:

  • train; electric train

あなたanataha始発shihatsu電車denshani間にあいましたmaniaimashitaka Did you catch the first train?

でんぽうdenpou

noun:

  • telegram

watashiha彼女kanojoからkara電報denpouwo受け取ったuketotta I received a telegram from her.

でんとうdentouold

noun:

  • electric light

ルーシーRUUSHIIha電灯dentounoスイッチSUITCHIwoつけたtsuketa Lucy turned on the light switch.

でんしdenshi

noun:

  • electron - Physics term

noun or verb acting prenominally:

  • electronic

電子denshiタイプライターTAIPURAITAAhaありますarimasuka Do you have an electronic typewriter?

でんりょくdenryoku

noun:

  • electric power

うちのuchino大学daigakuhaあまりにもamarinimo大量tairyouno電力denryokuwo消費shouhiしているshiteiru Our college uses far too much electricity.

でんぱdenpaデムパDEMUPAデンパDENPA Inflection

noun:

  • electromagnetic wave; radio wave; reception; signal でんぱ 電磁波

noun / adjectival noun:

彼のkareno携帯電話keitaidenwaha他のtano電話denwawo妨害bougaiするsuru電波denpawo出したdashita His mobile phone produced radio emissions that interfered with other phones.

でんちdenchi

noun:

  • battery; cell

このkonoおもちゃomochano自動車jidoushaha電池denchide動くugoku This toy car runs on batteries.

でんちゅうdenchuu

noun:

  • utility pole; power pole; telephone pole; telegraph pole; lightpole

karehakurumawo電柱denchuuniぶつけたbutsuketa He ran the car into a lamppost.

でんきゅうdenkyuu

noun:

電球denkyuuga切れたkireta The light bulb has burned out.

でんりゅうdenryuu

noun:

  • electric current

電流denryuuga流れるnagareru電線densenniコイルKOIRUwo近づけるchikazukerutoコイルKOIRUにもnimo電気denkiga流れますnagaremasu When a coil is moved near to a wire with current flowing in it current flows in the coil as well.

でんげんdengen

noun:

  • source of electricity; electrical power
  • power (button on TV, etc.)

回路kairowo調べるshiraberumaeni電源dengennoスイッチを切りSUITCHIwokiriなさいnasai You must switch off the power before checking the circuit.

でんせんdensen

noun:

  • electric line; electric cable; power cable
  • telephone line; telegraph wire

電流denryuuga流れるnagareru電線densenniコイルKOIRUwo近づけるchikazukerutoコイルKOIRUにもnimo電気denkiga流れますnagaremasu When a coil is moved near to a wire with current flowing in it current flows in the coil as well.

でんきdenki

noun:

  • electrical machinery; appliances
でんてつdentetsu

noun:

  • electric railway
でんきdenki

noun:

  • electric (goods)

電器denki設備setsubini近づかないchikazukanaiようにyouni Keep away from the electrical equipment.

でんたくdentaku

noun:

テーブルTEEBURUno上のueno電卓dentakuhawatashiのですnodesu The calculator on the table is mine.

でんあつden'atsu

noun:

  • voltage
でんどうdendou

noun / ~の noun:

  • electric

kareha電動dendouタイプライターTAIPURAITAAga欲しかったhoshikattaga友人yuujinhakarewo説き伏せてtokifuseteワープロWAAPUROwo買わせたkawaseta He wanted to buy an electric typewriter but his friend talked him into buying a word processor.

でんかdenka Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • electrification
でんきょくdenkyoku

noun:

  • electrode
でんげきdengeki

noun:

  • electric shock

noun / noun or verb acting prenominally:

  • blitz; lightning attack

noun or verb acting prenominally:

  • sudden and without warning; shocking
でんこうdenkou

noun:

  • lightning
  • electric illumination; light from an electric source
でんしんdenshin

noun / ~の noun:

  • telegraph

電信denshinwo発明hatsumeiしたshitanohadaredaka知っていますshitteimasuka Do you know who invented the telegraph?

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