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English translation: Discontinuation, interruption; a steady gaze, scrutiny; middle finger; dado; China

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Japanese term or phrase:chusi
English translation:Discontinuation, interruption; a steady gaze, scrutiny; middle finger; dado; China
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07:13 Aug 20, 2000
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Japanese term or phrase: chusi
wondering if this means anything in japanese.
Chelsea
Discontinuation, interruption; a steady gaze, scrutiny; middle finger; dado; China
Explanation:
The particular meaning depends on the Chinese characters used. With regard to the characters the first mora (syllable) is actually elongated in all cases, the more correct transliteration being chuushi. Otherwise, strictly speaking, the word means nothing that I know of.
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Discontinuation, interruption; a steady gaze, scrutiny; middle finger; dado; China


Explanation:
The particular meaning depends on the Chinese characters used. With regard to the characters the first mora (syllable) is actually elongated in all cases, the more correct transliteration being chuushi. Otherwise, strictly speaking, the word means nothing that I know of.


    Kenkyusha's New Japanese-English Dictionary, 4th Edition, 1979
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