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Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 術 (jutsu)

Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 術 (jutsu)

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MEANING:

art, technique, skill, means, trick, resources, magic

HOW TO READ:

On: jutsu
Kun: sube

JLPT LEVEL: N3

COMPOUNDS:

術 (jutsu): art, means, technique
技術 (gijutsu): art, craft, technology, engineering
美術 (bijutsu): art, fine arts
芸術 (geijutsu): (fine) art, the arts
手術 (shujutsu): (surgical) operation, procedure
術語 (jutsugo): technical term, terminology
学術 (gakujutsu): science, learning
武術 (bujutsu): the martial arts
話術 (wajutsu): art of conversation
戦術 (senjutsu): tactics
医術 (ijutsu): medicine, healing art
奇術 (kijutsu): magic, conjuring
魔術 (majutsu): black magic, sorcery
技術者 (gijutsusha): engineer, technician
美術館 (bijutsukan): art gallery, art museum
技術的 (gijutsuteki): technical, practical
芸術家 (geijutsuka): artist
美術展 (bijutsuten): art exhibition
芸術的 (geijutsuteki): artistic
錬金術 (renkinjutsu): alchemy
占星術 (senseijutsu): astrology
催眠術 (saiminjutsu): hypnotism
黄金術 (ougonjutsu): alchemy
科学技術 (kagakugijutsu): science and technology

EXAMPLE SENTENCES:


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その美術館泥棒は、気になる証拠を残した。一個のキャンディーを。
sono bijutsukan dorobou wa, ki ni naru shouko o nokoshita. ikko no kyandii o.
The museum thief left some tantalising evidence behind–a piece of candy.

データを操作する機械として、他に類を見ない技術である。
deeta o sousa suru kikai to shite, hoka ni tagui o minai gijutsu de aru.
As a machine that manipulates data, it is a unique technology.

芸術家の中には、ナイフを使って鉛筆を削るのを好む人もいる。
geijutsuka no naka ni wa, naifu o tsukatte enpitsu o kezuru no o konomu hito mo iru.
Some artists prefer to use a knife to sharpen their pencils.

フラクタルとは、美術と数学の交錯したような美しい図形だ。
furakutaru to wa, bijutsu to suugaku no kousaku shita you na utsukushii zukei da.
Fractals are beautiful images produced at the intersection of art and math.

フランスがなぜ、彼が財政上の錬金術を試す舞台になったのだろう。
furansu ga naze, kare ga zaiseijou no renkinjutsu o tamesu butai ni natta no darou.
Why was it in France that he was given the chance to try out his financial alchemy?

過去50年以上にわたり、世界はアメリカの流儀に適応しなければならなかった。つまり、わたしたちの基準、わたしたちの言語、わたしたちのドル、わたしたちの著作権法、わたしたちの科学技術、わたしたちの大衆文化に。
kako gojuu nen ijou ni watari, sekai wa amerika no ryuugi ni tekiou shinakereba naranakatta. tsumari, watashitachi no kijun, watashitachi no gengo, watashitachi no doru, watashitachi no chosaku kenhou, watashitachi no kagaku gijutsu, watashitachi no taishuu bunka ni.
It is the U.S.’s way of doing things—our accounting standards, our language, our dollar, our copyright laws, our technology, and our popular culture—to which the world has had to adapt over the past fifty years.

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