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Surgery in Chinese / Japanese...

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Surgery

China shǒu shù
Japan shujutsu
Surgery Vertical Wall Scroll

手術 is the Chinese, Japanese Kanji, and old Korean Hanja for surgery, operation, or medical procedure.

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Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

手術


手术

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Mandarin shǒu shù / shou3 shu4
Taiwan shou shu
Japanese shujutsu(p);shuzutsu(ik) / しゅじゅつ(P);しゅずつ(ik)
Surgery Vertical Wall Scroll
Chinese (surgical) operation; surgery; CL:個|个[ge4]
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) surgery; operation; procedure

美容

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Mandarin měi róng / mei3 rong2
Taiwan mei jung
Japanese biyou / biyo / びよう
Chinese to improve one's appearance (using cosmetics or cosmetic surgery); to make oneself more attractive; to beautify
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) beauty of figure or form; (female given name) Miyo

切る

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Japanese kiru / きる Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to cut; to cut through; to perform (surgery); (2) (See 縁を切る) to sever (connections, ties); (3) to turn off (e.g. the light); (4) (See 電話を切る) to terminate (e.g. a conversation); to hang up (the phone); to disconnect; (5) to punch (a ticket); to tear off (a stub); (6) to open (something sealed); (7) to start; (8) to set (a limit); to do (something) in less or within a certain time; to issue (stamps, vouchers, etc.); (9) (See 値切る) to reduce; to decrease; to discount; (10) to shake off (water, etc.); to let drip-dry; to let drain; (11) to cross; to traverse; (12) to criticize sharply; (13) to act decisively; to do (something noticeable); to go first; to make (certain facial expressions, in kabuki); (14) to turn (a vehicle); (15) to curl (a ball); to bend; to cut; (16) to shuffle (cards); (17) {mahj} to discard a tile; (18) to dismiss; to sack; to let go; to expulse; to excommunicate; (19) to dig (a groove); to cut (a stencil, on a mimeograph); (20) (See 切り札・1) to trump; (21) to cut (the connection between two groups) (in go); (22) (also written as 鑽る) to start a fire (with wood-wood friction or by striking a metal against stone); (23) to draw (a shape) in the air (with a sword, etc.); (aux-v,v5r) (24) (after the -masu stem of a verb) (See 疲れきる) to finish; to complete

剔除

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Mandarin tī chú / ti1 chu2
Taiwan t`i ch`u / ti chu
Japanese tekijo / てきじょ
Chinese to reject; to discard; to get rid of
Japanese removal (in surgery)

医院

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Japanese iin / in / いいん Japanese doctor's office (surgery); clinic; dispensary

外科

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Mandarin wài kē / wai4 ke1
Taiwan wai k`o / wai ko
Japanese geka / げか
Chinese surgery (branch of medicine)
Japanese (noun - becomes adjective with の) (1) (See 内科・1) surgery; (2) department of surgery (hospital, etc.)

形成

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Mandarin xíng chéng / xing2 cheng2
Taiwan hsing ch`eng / hsing cheng
Japanese keisei / kese / けいせい
Chinese to form; to take shape
Japanese (noun/participle) (1) formation; molding; making up; taking form; giving form to; (2) {med} (See 形成手術・けいせいしゅじゅつ) repair (e.g. plastic surgery); replacement; -plasty

應診


应诊

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Mandarin yìng zhěn / ying4 zhen3
Taiwan ying chen
Chinese to see patients (of doctor); to hold a surgery

整容

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Mandarin zhěng róng / zheng3 rong2
Taiwan cheng jung
Japanese seiyou / seyo / せいよう
Chinese plastic surgery
Japanese (noun/participle) straighten one's posture
tidy the appearance

整形

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Mandarin zhěng xíng / zheng3 xing2
Taiwan cheng hsing
Japanese seikei / seke / せいけい
Chinese shaping; reshaping; plastic surgery or orthopedics (abbr. of 整形外科[zheng3 xing2 wai4 ke1])
Japanese (n,vs,adj-no) (1) orthopedics; plastic surgery; cosmetic surgery; (2) smoothing (bursty traffic, etc.); shaping; fairing

矯形


矫形

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Mandarin jiǎo xíng / jiao3 xing2
Taiwan chiao hsing
Chinese orthopedic (e.g. surgery)

縫合


缝合

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Mandarin féng hé / feng2 he2
Taiwan feng ho
Japanese hougou / hogo / ほうごう
Chinese to sew together; suture (in surgery); to sew up (a wound)
Japanese (noun/participle) seam; suture; stitch

術中

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Japanese jucchuu / jucchu / じゅっちゅう Japanese (1) trick; trap; strategem; (can be adjective with の) (2) intraoperative; during surgery

骨科

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Mandarin gǔ kē / gu3 ke1
Taiwan ku k`o / ku ko
Chinese orthopedics; orthopedic surgery

ウケる

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Japanese ukeru / ウケる Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to receive; to get; (2) to catch (e.g. a ball); (3) to be struck by (wind, waves, sunlight, etc.); (4) to sustain (damage); to incur (a loss); to suffer (an injury); to feel (influence); (5) to undergo (e.g. surgery); to take (a test); to accept (a challenge); (6) to be given (e.g. life, talent); (7) to follow; to succeed; to be descended from; (8) to face (south, etc.); (9) (linguistics terminology) to be modified by; (10) to obtain (a pawned item, etc.) by paying a fee; (v1,vi) (11) (kana only) to be well-received; to become popular; to go down well; (12) (colloquialism) (kana only) to be funny; to be humorous

享ける

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Japanese ukeru / うける Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to receive; to get; (2) to catch (e.g. a ball); (3) to be struck by (wind, waves, sunlight, etc.); (4) to sustain (damage); to incur (a loss); to suffer (an injury); to feel (influence); (5) to undergo (e.g. surgery); to take (a test); to accept (a challenge); (6) to be given (e.g. life, talent); (7) to follow; to succeed; to be descended from; (8) to face (south, etc.); (9) (linguistics terminology) to be modified by; (10) to obtain (a pawned item, etc.) by paying a fee; (v1,vi) (11) (kana only) to be well-received; to become popular; to go down well; (12) (colloquialism) (kana only) to be funny; to be humorous

再手術

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Japanese saishujutsu / さいしゅじゅつ Japanese (noun/participle) reoperation; repeat surgery; second surgery; surgical revision

受ける

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Japanese ukeru / うける Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to receive; to get; (2) to catch (e.g. a ball); (3) to be struck by (wind, waves, sunlight, etc.); (4) to sustain (damage); to incur (a loss); to suffer (an injury); to feel (influence); (5) to undergo (e.g. surgery); to take (a test); to accept (a challenge); (6) to be given (e.g. life, talent); (7) to follow; to succeed; to be descended from; (8) to face (south, etc.); (9) (linguistics terminology) to be modified by; (10) to obtain (a pawned item, etc.) by paying a fee; (v1,vi) (11) (kana only) to be well-received; to become popular; to go down well; (12) (colloquialism) (kana only) to be funny; to be humorous

外科学

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Japanese gekagaku / げかがく Japanese (adjectival noun) surgery

外科學


外科学

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Mandarin wài kē xué / wai4 ke1 xue2
Taiwan wai k`o hsüeh / wai ko hsüeh
Chinese surgery
Japanese See: 外科学

大手術

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Japanese daishujutsu / だいしゅじゅつ Japanese major surgery; major operation

小手術

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Japanese shoushujutsu / shoshujutsu / しょうしゅじゅつ Japanese minor surgery; minor operation

手術代

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Japanese shujutsudai / しゅじゅつだい Japanese surgery costs (fees)

承ける

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Japanese ukeru / うける Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to receive; to get; (2) to catch (e.g. a ball); (3) to be struck by (wind, waves, sunlight, etc.); (4) to sustain (damage); to incur (a loss); to suffer (an injury); to feel (influence); (5) to undergo (e.g. surgery); to take (a test); to accept (a challenge); (6) to be given (e.g. life, talent); (7) to follow; to succeed; to be descended from; (8) to face (south, etc.); (9) (linguistics terminology) to be modified by; (10) to obtain (a pawned item, etc.) by paying a fee; (v1,vi) (11) (kana only) to be well-received; to become popular; to go down well; (12) (colloquialism) (kana only) to be funny; to be humorous

時間外

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Japanese jikangai / じかんがい Japanese overtime; outside of hours (school, office, surgery, etc.)

植毛術

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Japanese shokumoujutsu / shokumojutsu / しょくもうじゅつ Japanese (abbreviation) (See 植毛手術) hair replacement surgery; hair transplantation surgery

脳外科

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Japanese nougeka / nogeka / のうげか Japanese brain surgery

脳手術

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Japanese noushujutsu / noshujutsu / のうしゅじゅつ Japanese brain surgery; brain operation; neurosurgery

術中死

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Japanese jucchuushi / jucchushi / じゅっちゅうし Japanese death during surgery; intra-operative death; operational death

請ける

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Japanese ukeru / うける Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to receive; to get; (2) to catch (e.g. a ball); (3) to be struck by (wind, waves, sunlight, etc.); (4) to sustain (damage); to incur (a loss); to suffer (an injury); to feel (influence); (5) to undergo (e.g. surgery); to take (a test); to accept (a challenge); (6) to be given (e.g. life, talent); (7) to follow; to succeed; to be descended from; (8) to face (south, etc.); (9) (linguistics terminology) to be modified by; (10) to obtain (a pawned item, etc.) by paying a fee; (v1,vi) (11) (kana only) to be well-received; to become popular; to go down well; (12) (colloquialism) (kana only) to be funny; to be humorous

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The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...

Title CharactersRomaji(Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Surgery手術
手术
shujutsushǒu shù / shou3 shu4 / shou shu / shoushu
In some entries above you will see that characters have different versions above and below a line.
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