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Simple Dictionary Definition


see styles
gāng / gang1
kang
 hagane / はがね
 Scroll
steel
steel; (surname, female given name) Hagane

スティール

see styles
 sutiiru / sutiru / スティール
 Scroll
steal; (personal name) Steel; Steele; Steell

鋼材


钢材

see styles
gāng cái / gang1 cai2
kang ts`ai / kang tsai
 kouzai / kozai / こうざい
steel (as raw material); steel sheets, bars, tubes, ingots, wire etc
steel material

鋼板


钢板

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gāng bǎn / gang1 ban3
kang pan
 kouban / koban / こうばん    kouhan / kohan / こうはん
steel plate
steel sheet; steel plate; steel plates

鋼管


钢管

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gāng guǎn / gang1 guan3
kang kuan
 koukan / kokan / こうかん
steel pipe; pole (in pole dancing)
steel pipe; (place-name) Koukan

鋼製


钢制

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gāng zhì / gang1 zhi4
kang chih
 kousei / kose / こうせい
made of steel; steel (bar, screw, product etc)
(adj-no,n) made of steel

不銹鋼


不锈钢

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bù xiù gāng / bu4 xiu4 gang1
pu hsiu kang
 fushuukou / fushuko / ふしゅうこう
stainless steel
stainless steel

see styles
cuì / cui4
ts`ui / tsui
to temper (as steel)


see styles
zhá / zha2
cha
to roll (steel)


see styles
kūn / kun1
k`un / kun
steel sword


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lòu / lou4
lou
to engrave; to carve; hard steel


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bīn / bin1
pin
fine steel

丸鋼

see styles
 marukou / maruko / まるこう round steel bar

冷剛

see styles
 reigou / rego / れいごう chilling (steel)

刃金

see styles
 hagane / はがね steel; (surname) Hagane

切火

see styles
 kiribi / きりび (1) striking sparks with flint and steel or by rubbing sticks together (usu. to start a fire); fire lit by sparks from flint and steel, etc.; (2) (Shinto) Shinto fire-purification ceremony

和鋼

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 wakou / wako / わこう traditional Japanese steel (e.g. used in swords)

寶鋼


宝钢

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bǎo gāng / bao3 gang1
pao kang
Baosteel, China's largest steel maker

廢鋼


废钢

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fèi gāng / fei4 gang1
fei kang
scrap metal; steel scrap

忍心

see styles
rěn xīn / ren3 xin1
jen hsin
to have the heart to do something; to steel oneself to a task

揚枝

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 ageeda / あげえだ (irregular kanji usage) toothpick; skewer for eating moist wagashi (steel, bamboo, etc.); (surname) Ageeda

棒鋼

see styles
 boukou / boko / ぼうこう steel rod

楊子

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 youzu / yozu / ようず toothpick; skewer for eating moist wagashi (steel, bamboo, etc.); (place-name) Youzu

楊枝


杨枝

see styles
yáng zhī / yang2 zhi1
yang chih
 yōshi / ようじ
toothpick; skewer for eating moist wagashi (steel, bamboo, etc.); (place-name, surname) Youji
Willow branches, or twigs, used as dantakāṣṭha, i.e. for cleansing the teeth by chewing or rubbing; willow twigs

槽鋼


槽钢

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cáo gāng / cao2 gang1
ts`ao kang / tsao kang
steel groove; V-shaped steel bar

橫心


横心

see styles
héng xīn / heng2 xin1
heng hsin
to steel oneself; to harden one's heart

煉る

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 neru / ねる (transitive verb) (1) to knead; to thicken into a paste (stirring over a flame); (2) to polish (a plan, etc.); to refine; to elaborate; to work out; (3) to train; to drill; to exercise; (4) to tan (leather); (5) to temper (steel); (v5r,vi) (6) to walk in procession; to parade; to march

燧鉄

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 hiuchigane / ひうちがね striker (triangular piece of steel used with flint to create sparks)

玉鋼

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 tamahagane / たまはがね steel made from iron sand or black sand (used in sword blades)

甲鈑

see styles
 kouban / koban / こうばん    kouhan / kohan / こうはん steel sheet; steel plate; steel plates

白鋼


白钢

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bái gāng / bai2 gang1
pai kang
steel

盪す

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 torokasu / とろかす (transitive verb) (1) to melt (steel, etc.); to liquefy; to soften; (2) to melt (one's heart); to disarm

硬漢


硬汉

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yìng hàn / ying4 han4
ying han
man of steel; unyielding, tough guy

磨練


磨练

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mó liàn / mo2 lian4
mo lien
to temper oneself; to steel oneself; self-discipline; endurance

粗鋼

see styles
 sokou / soko / そこう crude steel

練る

see styles
 neru / ねる (transitive verb) (1) to knead; to thicken into a paste (stirring over a flame); (2) to polish (a plan, etc.); to refine; to elaborate; to work out; (3) to train; to drill; to exercise; (4) to gloss (silk); to soften; to degum; (5) to tan (leather); (6) to temper (steel); (v5r,vi) (7) to walk in procession; to parade; to march

胆気

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 tanki / たんき courage; guts; nerves of steel

蕩す

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 torokasu / とろかす    tarasu / たらす (transitive verb) (1) to melt (steel, etc.); to liquefy; to soften; (2) to melt (one's heart); to disarm; (transitive verb) to cajole; to deceive; to seduce

藍鉄

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 aitetsu / あいてつ dark steel blue

製鋼

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 seikou / seko / せいこう (noun/participle) steel manufacture

軋機


轧机

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zhá jī / zha2 ji1
cha chi
steel rolling mill

軋製


轧制

see styles
zhá zhì / zha2 zhi4
cha chih
rolling steel

軋鋼


轧钢

see styles
zhá gāng / zha2 gang1
cha kang
to roll steel (into sheets or bars)

軟鋼

see styles
 nankou / nanko / なんこう mild steel

鉄傘

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 tessan / てっさん steel or iron dome

鉄兜

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 tetto / てっと steel helmet; (personal name) Tetto

鉄塔

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 tettou / tetto / てっとう (1) steel tower; (2) electricity pylon; transmission tower

鉄板

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 teppan(p);teppan / てっぱん(P);テッパン (1) iron plate; steel plane; (2) (slang) sure thing; certain winner

鉄筆

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 teppitsu / てっぴつ stylus; steel pen; stencil pen

鉄筋

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 tekkin / てっきん (1) rebar; (iron) reinforcing bar; reinforcing steel; (2) (abbreviation) (See 鉄筋コンクリート) reinforced concrete

鉄線

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 tessen / てっせん (1) iron (steel) wire; (2) Chinese clematis; Clematis florida; leather flower

鉄船

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 tessen / てっせん steel ship; ironclad

鉄鋼

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 tekkou / tekko / てっこう iron and steel

鉄骨

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 tekkotsu / てっこつ steel frame; steel beam; steel girder

銀目

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 ginme / ぎんめ (1) Edo-period unit of silver coinage; (2) steel-blue eyes (e.g. of a cat); (3) (kana only) (abbreviation) silver eye (species of beardfish, Polymixia japonica)

銀眼

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 ginme / ぎんめ (1) steel-blue eyes (e.g. of a cat); (2) (kana only) (abbreviation) silver eye (species of beardfish, Polymixia japonica)

鋒鋼


锋钢

see styles
fēng gāng / feng1 gang1
feng kang
high speed steel

鋳鋼

see styles
 chuukou / chuko / ちゅうこう cast steel

鋼刀


钢刀

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gāng dāo / gang1 dao1
kang tao
steel knife; sword

鋼坯


钢坯

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gāng pī / gang1 pi1
kang p`i / kang pi
billet (steel industry)

鋼枠

see styles
 kouwaku / kowaku / こうわく steel formwork; steel sets

鋼梁


钢梁

see styles
gāng liáng / gang1 liang2
kang liang
steel beam; girder

鋼條


钢条

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gāng tiáo / gang1 tiao2
kang t`iao / kang tiao
steel bar

鋼珠


钢珠

see styles
gāng zhū / gang1 zhu1
kang chu
steel ball; bearing ball

鋼球

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 koukyuu / kokyu / こうきゅう steel ball; bearing ball

鋼筋


钢筋

see styles
gāng jīn / gang1 jin1
kang chin
steel reinforcing bar

鋼索

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 kousaku / kosaku / こうさく steel cable; steel wire rope; (surname) Kousaku

鋼絲


钢丝

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gāng sī / gang1 si1
kang ssu
steel wire; tightrope

鋼線

see styles
 kousen / kosen / こうせん steel wire

鋼纜


钢缆

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gāng lǎn / gang1 lan3
kang lan
steel cable; wire cable; steel hawser

鋼色

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 haganeiro / haganero / はがねいろ (noun - becomes adjective with の) steel blue

鋼花


钢花

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gāng huā / gang1 hua1
kang hua
the fiery spray of molten steel

鋼軌


钢轨

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gāng guǐ / gang1 gui3
kang kuei
steel rail

鋼鉄

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 koutetsu / kotetsu / こうてつ steel; (surname) Hagane

鋼鐱


钢钎

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gāng qiān / gang1 qian1
kang ch`ien / kang chien
a steel drill

鋼鐵


钢铁

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gāng tiě / gang1 tie3
kang t`ieh / kang tieh
steel

錬る

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 neru / ねる (transitive verb) (See 練る・ねる・6) to temper (steel)

錬鋼

see styles
 renkou / renko / れんこう wrought steel

鍛鉄

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 tantetsu / たんてつ tempering iron; forging steel; wrought iron

鍛鋼

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 tankou / tanko / たんこう forged steel

鎂棒


镁棒

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měi bàng / mei3 bang4
mei pang
ferrocerium rod; fire steel

鐵杖


铁杖

see styles
tiě zhàng / tie3 zhang4
t`ieh chang / tieh chang
steel staff; stell stick

鐵棒


铁棒

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tiě bàng / tie3 bang4
t`ieh pang / tieh pang
iron club; steel rod

鐵馬


铁马

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tiě mǎ / tie3 ma3
t`ieh ma / tieh ma
 tetsuma / てつま
armored horse; cavalry; metal chimes hanging from eaves; steel barricade; (Tw) bike
(personal name) Tetsuma

鑚火

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 kiribi / きりび (1) striking sparks with flint and steel or by rubbing sticks together (usu. to start a fire); fire lit by sparks from flint and steel, etc.; (2) (Shinto) Shinto fire-purification ceremony

鑽火


钻火

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zuàn huǒ / zuan4 huo3
tsuan huo
 sanka / きりび
(1) striking sparks with flint and steel or by rubbing sticks together (usu. to start a fire); fire lit by sparks from flint and steel, etc.; (2) (Shinto) Shinto fire-purification ceremony
to make a fire by rubbing two sticks together

S造

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 esuzou / esuzo / エスぞう (See 鉄骨造) steel construction

ハイス

see styles
 haisu / ハイス (abbreviation) high-speed steel; (personal name) Heiss

不錆鋼

see styles
 fuseikou / fuseko / ふせいこう stainless steel

不鏽鋼


不锈钢

see styles
bù xiù gāng / bu4 xiu4 gang1
pu hsiu kang
stainless steel

切り火

see styles
 kiribi / きりび (1) striking sparks with flint and steel or by rubbing sticks together (usu. to start a fire); fire lit by sparks from flint and steel, etc.; (2) (Shinto) Shinto fire-purification ceremony

協力鋼

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 kyouryokukou / kyoryokuko / きょうりょくこう high-tension steel

卡內基


卡内基

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kǎ nèi jī / ka3 nei4 ji1
k`a nei chi / ka nei chi
Carnegie (name); Andrew Carnegie (1835-1919), Scots American steel millionaire and philanthropist

合金鋼

see styles
 goukinkou / gokinko / ごうきんこう alloy steel

圧延鋼

see styles
 atsuenkou / atsuenko / あつえんこう rolled steel

安全靴

see styles
 anzengutsu / あんぜんぐつ safety boots; safety shoes; steel-toe boots

快削鋼

see styles
 kaisakukou / kaisakuko / かいさくこう free-cutting steel

新日鉄

see styles
 shinnittetsu / しんにってつ (c) Nippon Steel Corporation (abbreviation)

殺人刀

see styles
 satsujintou / satsujinto / さつじんとう (killing) sword; blade; steel

溝形鋼

see styles
 mizogatakou / mizogatako / みぞがたこう channel (type of section steel)

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

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