|to have roots in||ルーツとする|
|(math) rationalization (modifying part of an irrational expression, esp. denominators, to exclude roots or irrational numbers)||有理化 [ゆうりか]|
|collecting herbs and pulling out young pine trees by the roots (annual event held on the first day of the rat of the new year)||子の日の遊び [ねのひのあそび]|
|collecting herbs and pulling out young pine trees by the roots (annual event held on the first day of the rat of the new year)||子忌 [ねいみ]|
|collecting herbs and pulling out young pine trees by the roots (annual event held on the first day of the rat of the new year)||子忌み [ねいみ]|
|cut flowers (with stems, branches, etc. but no roots)||切花 [きりばな]|
|day of the rat (esp. the first day of the rat in the new year); collecting herbs and pulling out young pine trees by the roots; pine shoot pulled out in such a manner||子の日 [ねのひ]|
|day of the rat (esp. the first day of the rat in the new year); collecting herbs and pulling out young pine trees by the roots; pine shoot pulled out in such a manner||子の日 [ねのび]|
|entwined roots||盤根 [ばんこん]|
|extraction of roots||開方 [かいほう]|
|grass roots||草根 [そうこん]|
|grass-roots democracy||草の根民主主義 [くさのねみんしゅしゅぎ]|
|grass-roots movement||草の根運動 [くさのねうんどう]|
|grassroots, rank and file, the roots of grass||草の根 [くさのね]|
|pound down the earth round the roots or add short branches of flowers to the base of an arrangement in ikebana||根締め [ねじめ]|
|purification of the six roots of perception||六根清浄 [ろっこんしょうじょう]|
|root and branch, thoroughly, by the roots||根こそぎ [ねこそぎ]|
|root and branch, thoroughly, by the roots||根刮ぎ [ねこそぎ]|
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