|(a woman) to lose her roughness and become urbane and good-looking, to become experienced in worldly affairs||渋皮がむける [しぶかわがむける]|
|(a woman) to lose her roughness and become urbane and good-looking, to become experienced in worldly affairs||渋皮が剥ける [しぶかわがむける]|
|(a woman) being gifted with both intelligence and beauty||才色兼備 [さいしょくけんび]|
|(accomplished) woman painter||けい秀画家 [けいしゅうがか]|
|(accomplished) woman painter||閨秀画家 [けいしゅうがか]|
|(automotive) assembly; man who drives a woman around for free, man used by a woman for his car||アッシー|
|(baseball) good hit||好打 [こうだ]|
|(Buddh) all worldly phenomena, meritorious acts leading to enlightenment; (Jodo school) all practices other than recitation of the nembutsu prayer (practises)||諸行 [しょぎょう]|
|(Buddh) bad deed which ultimately results in the creation of a good Buddhist; older person conducting a funeral service for a younger relative, in particular, a parent for a child||逆縁 [ぎゃくえん]|
|(Buddh) Good and evil are but two faces of the same coin||善悪不二 [ぜんあくふに]|
|(Buddh) the ten good acts; the emperor||十善 [じゅうぜん]|
|(clothes which) look good on a person||着映え [きばえ]|
|(comp) to lose an easy game, to suffer an unexpected defeat; to lose information (computers)||取りこぼす [とりこぼす]|
|(comp) to lose an easy game, to suffer an unexpected defeat; to lose information (computers)||取り零す [とりこぼす]|
|(comp) to lose an easy game, to suffer an unexpected defeat; to lose information (computers)||取零す [とりこぼす]|
|(female) beauty, beautiful woman||佳人 [かじん]|
|(for a woman) to blush||顔に紅葉を散らす [かおにもみじをちらす]|
|(for an object) to be shiny; (for a woman) to be alluring, to look sexy||艶めく [つやめく]|
|(gen. of a woman) loving two or more partners without favour||分散恋愛 [ぶんさんれんあい]|
|(good or bad) feel when wearing something||着心地 [きごこち]|
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