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Results for: to devise a plan, to work out a planTranslations: 130 / 687
 English Japanese(Kanji)
to devise a plan, to work out a plan一計を案じる [いっけいをあんじる]
(a bar hostess) coming to work accompanied by a customer同伴出勤 [どうはんしゅっきん]
(a work of art being) sublime, transcendent神韻縹渺 [しんいんひょうびょう]
(comp) computer supported cooperative work, CSCWコンピュータ支援協調作業 [コンピュータしえんきょうちょうさぎょう]
(comp) dial planダイヤルプラン
(comp) log (i.e. work-file)作譜 [さくふ]
(comp) numbering plan番号計画 [ばんごうけいかく]
(comp) system work load levelシステム負荷レベル [システムふかレベル]
(comp) test plan, system test and evaluation planシステム試験評価計画 [システムしけんひょうかけいかく]
(comp) test plan, system test and evaluation plan試験計画書 [しけんけいかくしょ]
(comp) work areaワークエリア
(comp) work environmentワーク環境 [ワークかんきょう]
(comp) work(ing) space, work(ing) area作業域 [さぎょういき]
(finishing writing, work) at a stroke (stretch), knocking something off一気呵成 [いっきかせい]
(of a printed literary work) to be highly-reputed and sell extremely well (lit: to raise the price of paper in Luoyang)洛陽の紙価を高める [らくようのしかをたかめる]
(swim, work) smoothly, unhinderedすいすい
(work) not yet started未着手 [みちゃくしゅ]
(work) performance evaluation, performance review, efficiency rating勤務評定 [きんむひょうてい]
a capella (unaccompanied choir or choral work)アカペラ
a plan絵図面 [えずめん]
a work or subject to be memorized (memorised)暗記物 [あんきもの]
a work, a harvest作 [さく]
absconding, taking oneself off, slipping out (home) unnoticed early (e.g. from work, out of parties, etc.)どろん
absconding, taking oneself off, slipping out (home) unnoticed early (e.g. from work, out of parties, etc.)ドロン
absence (from work)欠勤 [けっきん]
absence from work (school) due to mourning忌引 [きびき]
absence from work (school) due to mourning忌引き [きびき]
achievement, performance, results, work, contribution業績 [ぎょうせき]
action before words, work before talk不言実行 [ふげんじっこう]
action planアクションプラン
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