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トフル あかい 1

TermDefinition
interpretation an explanation of the meaning of another's artistic or creative work
notion a general understanding; an opinion, view, or belief
obstacle a person or thing that opposes or hinders something
reveal to make known;to lay open to view; display
unconscious without awareness, sensation, or cognition
manifest evident; obvious; apparent
latent present but not visible, apparent, or actualized; not yet revealed or manifest
subconscious existing or operating in the mind beneath or beyond consciousness; acting or existing without one's awareness
disturb to interrupt the quiet, rest, peace, or order of
absorb occupy; engage:
abstract ambiguous;unclear
bizarre eccentric; abnormal
breed raise
cause give rise to; bring about
cease stop; terminate
charitable generous; openhanded
civil polite; not rude
cohere adhere
forbidden not allowed; prohibited:
repress to keep under control, check, or suppress (desires, feelings, actions, tears, etc.).
disturbing tending to upset or agitate; troubling; worrying
Created by: na235