|to polish (rice), to refine, to purify||白げる [しらげる]|
|to polish (rice), to refine, to purify||精げる [しらげる]|
|(Buddh) bones left after cremation (esp. those of a Buddha or Boddhisatva); grain of rice, cooked rice||舎利 [しゃり]|
|(comp) calculator with postfix notation logic, calculator with suffix notation logic, calculator with reverse-Polish notation logic||逆ポーランド表記式計算器 [ぎゃくポーランドひょうきしきけいさんき]|
|(comp) Polish notation||ポーランド記法 [ポーランドきほう]|
|(comp) prefix notation, Polish notation, parenthesis-free notation, Lukasiewicz notation||プレフィックス表記法 [プレフィックスひょうきほう]|
|(comp) prefix notation, Polish notation, parenthesis-free notation, Lukasiewicz notation||ポーランド表記法 [ポーランドひょうきほう]|
|(comp) prefix notation, Polish notation, parenthesis-free notation, Lukasiewicz notation||ルカーシェビッチ表記法 [ルカーシェビッチひょうきほう]|
|(comp) prefix notation, Polish notation, parenthesis-free notation, Lukasiewicz notation||前置表記法 [ぜんちひょうきほう]|
|(comp) reverse Polish notation, RPN||逆ポーランド式 [ぎゃくポーランドしき]|
|(comp) reverse Polish notation, RPN||逆ポーランド記法 [ぎゃくポーランドきほう]|
|(comp) suffix notation, postfix notation, reverse Polish notation||ポストフィックス表記法 [ポストフィックスひょうきほう]|
|(comp) suffix notation, postfix notation, reverse Polish notation||後置表記法 [こうちひょうきほう]|
|(comp) suffix notation, postfix notation, reverse Polish notation||逆ポーランド表記法 [ぎゃくポーランドひょうきほう]|
|(food) broiled eel (usu. mixed into rice)||まむし|
|(food) rice cakes (mochi) with Kinako||安倍川餅 [あべかわもち]|
|(food) rice seasoned with vinegar, sugar and salt, used for preparing sushi||寿司飯 [すしめし]|
|(food) rice-flour dumplings mixed with mugwort||蓬餅 [よもぎもち]|
|(food) sushi rice and other ingredients pressed in box or mould (mold)||押し寿司 [おしずし]|
|(food) sushi rice and other ingredients pressed in box or mould (mold)||押し鮨 [おしずし]|
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