「Anime Vocabulary」 One Piece #759. (#WatchAnimeWithoutSubtitles Challenge)
Welcome to Anime Vocabulary, our #WatchAnimeWithoutSubtitlesChallenge series! Each of these videos covers an individual episode of an anime series and presents a list of the stand-out vocabulary terms used in the episode that you need to know in order to understand the dialogue (in terms of vocabulary, at least, knowing grammar of course is another substantial part of the equation). So, take some time to study the vocabulary list presented at the beginning of the video and then continue onto the flash-card-style video quiz for a preliminary memory practice before you dive into the true test of watching the actual episode for the first time (or re-watch it) and try to recognize the words as they are spoken at a natural conversational pace! Follow along as we cover various anime series on an episode-by-episode basis, and even sometimes top off our entire coverage with two additional segments: the ten most common words used in an entire series of anime and all vocabulary terms used in an entire series of anime! Last but not least, leave a comment below or on any of our other social channels and let us know which one of your favorite anime series you’d like us to cover next!
遭遇(そうぐう/sōgū) – ‘encounter, being confronted with (e.g. difficulty), meeting with (e.g. accident)’
仲が悪い(なかがわるい/nakagawarui) – ‘on bad terms’
無意味(むいみ/muimi) – ‘nonsense, no meaning, meaningless’
無益(むえき/mueki) – ‘useless, futile, vain’
風情(ふぜい/fuzei) – ‘appearance, air, the likes of …, lowly people such as …’
無茶(むちゃ/mucha) – ‘absurd, unreasonable, excessive, rash’
皆殺し(みなごろし/minagoroshi) – ‘massacre, annihilation, wholesale slaughter’
抵抗(ていこう/teikō) – ‘resistance, opposition, standing up to’
耐える(たえる/taeru) – ‘to bear, to stand, to endure, to put up with, to withstand, to resist, to brave’
冗談(じょうだん/jōdan) – ‘jest, joke, funny story’
懸賞金(けんしょうきん/kenshōkin) – ‘prize money, reward’
腕っ節(うでっぷし/udeppushi) – ‘physical strength’
図に乗る(ずにのる/zuninoru) – ‘to get carried away, to push one’s luck, to push a good thing too far’
部下(ぶか/buka) – ‘subordinate person’
体当たり(たいあたり/taiatari) – ‘ramming attack, hurling oneself (at), throwing oneself into (e.g. a role), going all out’
苦戦(くせん/kusen) – ‘hard fight, close game’
骨が折れる(ほねがおれる/honegaoreru) – ‘to require much effort, to be hard to do’
ぶっ飛ばす(ぶっとばす/buttobasu) – ‘to strike (as to send flying), to beat, to knock’
同胞(どうほう/dōhō) – ‘brethren, brothers, fellow countrymen, fellowman, compatriot’
形勢(けいせい/keisei) – ‘condition, situation, prospects’
有利(ゆうり/yūri) – ‘advantageous, better, profitable, lucrative’
盛り返す(もりかえす/morikaesu) – ‘to rally, to make a comeback’
交代(こうたい/kōtai) – ‘alternation, change, relief, relay, shift, substitution (sports, etc.), taking turns’
有効(ゆうこう/yūkō) – ‘validity, legality, availability, effectiveness’
攻め立てる(せめたてる/semetateru) – ‘to make an incessant onslaught, to attack incessantly’
恐怖(きょうふ/kyōfu) – ‘fear, dread, dismay, terror, horror, scare, panic’
*The vocabulary list provided above is likely a shortened version of the original. For the full-length vocabulary list file (with example sentences from the episode) that can also be imported into flash-card, studying applications such as Anki, refer below or to our Downloads section.
This content is a part of the Anime Line of the Day and Anime Vocabulary series of our curriculum.
Check out more videos from the Learn Japanese with Anime playlist on our Learning Japanese YouTube Channel here.