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There are 21 total results for your Garde search.

Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

前衛


前卫

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qián wèi / qian2 wei4
ch`ien wei / chien wei
 zenei / zene / ぜんえい
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advanced guard; vanguard; avant-garde; forward (soccer position)
(noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) advance guard; vanguard; (noun - becomes adjective with の) (2) avant-garde (e.g. music); (surname) Maee

先鋒


先锋

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xiān fēng / xian1 feng1
hsien feng
 senpou / senpo / せんぽう
vanguard; pioneer; avant-garde
(1) advance guard; vanguard; (2) athlete who competes in the first match of a team competition (kendo, judo, etc.)

另類


另类

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lìng lèi / ling4 lei4
ling lei
offbeat; alternative; avant-garde; unconventional; weird

先鋒派


先锋派

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xiān fēng pài / xian1 feng1 pai4
hsien feng p`ai / hsien feng pai
avant-garde

前衛派

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 zeneiha / zeneha / ぜんえいは the avant-garde

前衛的

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 zeneiteki / zeneteki / ぜんえいてき (adjectival noun) (See 前衛) avant-garde

エッジー

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 ejjii / ejji / エッジー (adjectival noun) (1) edgy; sharp; (adjectival noun) (2) cutting-edge; latest; avant-garde; edgy

前衛美術

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 zeneibijutsu / zenebijutsu / ぜんえいびじゅつ avant-garde art

前衛芸術

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 zeneigeijutsu / zenegejutsu / ぜんえいげいじゅつ (yoji) avant-garde art

アンガルド

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 angarudo / アンガルド (interjection) en garde (fre:)

尖兵;先兵

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 senpei / senpe / せんぺい (1) vanguard; advance-guard point; advance detachment; (2) vanguard; pioneer; avant-garde; leader

アンギャルド

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 angyarudo / アンギャルド (interjection) en garde (fre:)

アン・ガルド

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 an garudo / アン・ガルド (interjection) en garde (fre:)

アバンギャルド

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 abangyarudo / アバンギャルド avant-garde (fre:)

アン・ギャルド

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 an gyarudo / アン・ギャルド (interjection) en garde (fre:)

エッジの効いた

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 ejjinokiita / ejjinokita / エッジのきいた (exp,adj-f) edgy; avant-garde

アバン・ギャルド

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 aban gyarudo / アバン・ギャルド avant-garde (fre:)

アヴァンギャルド

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 aangyarudo / angyarudo / アヴァンギャルド avant-garde (fre:)

アヴァン・ギャルド

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 aan gyarudo / an gyarudo / アヴァン・ギャルド avant-garde (fre:)

アンギャルド;アンガルド;アン・ギャルド;アン・ガルド

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 angyarudo;angarudo;an gyarudo;an garudo / アンギャルド;アンガルド;アン・ギャルド;アン・ガルド (interjection) en garde (fre:)

アバンギャルド;アヴァンギャルド;アバン・ギャルド;アヴァン・ギャルド

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 abangyarudo;aangyarudo;aban gyarudo;aan gyarudo / abangyarudo;angyarudo;aban gyarudo;an gyarudo / アバンギャルド;アヴァンギャルド;アバン・ギャルド;アヴァン・ギャルド avant-garde (fre:)

Entries with 2nd row of characters: The 2nd row is Simplified Chinese.

This page contains 21 results for "Garde" in Chinese and/or Japanese.



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