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Japanese translation: 強力

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17:54 Aug 28, 2001
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: strength
I was really just looking for the symbol/character that means strength....Maybe you can help?
Jackie
Japanese translation:強力
Explanation:
強力 (kyouryoku)

Both of the characters generally mean "strong" "strength" or "power"
The word 強力 means strong and powerful.

強い(tsuyoi):strong or tough
力 (chikara): power
1) 体力(phpysical) strength, strong body
2) 物理的力 (electric) power
3) 能力 (ability)



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SHineno
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Local time: 19:02
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Summary of answers provided
na強力
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nachikaranital yatin
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32 mins
chikara


Explanation:
chikara means strength & tsuyosa also means power or strength.

nital yatin
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33 mins
chikara


Explanation:
chikara means strength & tsuyosa also means power or strength.

nital yatin
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47 mins
強力


Explanation:
強力 (kyouryoku)

Both of the characters generally mean "strong" "strength" or "power"
The word 強力 means strong and powerful.

強い(tsuyoi):strong or tough
力 (chikara): power
1) 体力(phpysical) strength, strong body
2) 物理的力 (electric) power
3) 能力 (ability)





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Local time: 19:02
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