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「Anime Vocabulary」 One Piece #769. (#WatchAnimeWithoutSubtitles Challenge)

「Anime Vocabulary」 One Piece #769. (#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!

Vocabulary List:

忍者 (にんじゃ/ninja) – ‘ninja (persons in feudal Japan who used ninjutsu for the purposes of espionage, assassination, sabotage, etc.)’
忍法 (にんぽう/ninpou) – ‘ninja arts’
忍術 (にんじゅつ/ninjutsu) – ‘ninjutsu (fighting art of the ninja), ninja skills in secrecy, stealth and combat techniques’
地点 (ちてん/chiten) – ‘site, point on a map, spot’
体形 (たいけい/taikei) – ‘form, figure’
家紋 (かもん/kamon) – ‘family crest’
手裏剣 (しゅりけん/shuriken) – ‘shuriken, small throwing blade, small edged weapon often used for throwing, throwing star’
解読 (かいどく/kaidoku) – ‘deciphering, decoding’
考古学者 (こうこがくしゃ/koukogakusha) – ‘archeologist, archaeologist’
失敬 (しっけい/shikkei) – ‘rudeness, saying good-bye, acting impolitely, stealing, impoliteness, disrespect, impertinence’
真っ赤 (まっか/makka) – ‘bright red, deep red, flushed (of face), downright (e.g. lie), complete, utter’
矢継ぎ早 (やつぎばや/yatsugibaya) – ‘rapid succession (e.g. questions)’
天井 (てんじょう/tenjou) – ‘ceiling, ceiling price’
風呂敷 (ふろしき/furoshiki) – ‘wrapping cloth, cloth wrapper’
巻物 (まきもの/makimono) – ‘scroll, rolled book, makimono, scarf, muffler, stole, sushi made rolled in nori seaweed with a core of filling’
妄想 (もうそう/mousou) – ‘wild idea, delusion’
偽り (いつわり/itsuwari) – ‘lie, falsehood, fiction, fabrication’
忍び (しのび/shinobi) – ‘stealth, travelling incognito (traveling), ninjutsu, ninja, sneak theft, sneak thief, tolerance’
強靱 (きょうじん/kyoujin) – ‘tough, strong, stiff, tenacious’
身軽 (みがる/migaru) – ‘agile, nimble, light (of foot), casual (clothing), light (e.g. luggage), carefree, with limited responsibility’
無敵 (むてき/muteki) – ‘invincible, unrivaled, unrivalled’
参上 (さんじょう/sanjou) – ‘calling on, visiting’
修業 (しゅうぎょう/shuugyou) – ‘pursuit of knowledge, studying, learning, training, completing a course’

*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. 

Quizlet Link: https://quizlet.com/177256840/one-piece-769-vocabulary-list-watchanimewithoutsubtitles-challenge-flash-cards/

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Check out more videos from the Learn Japanese with Anime playlist on our Learning Japanese YouTube Channel here.

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「Anime Vocabulary」 One Piece #768. (#WatchAnimeWithoutSubtitles Challenge)

「Anime Vocabulary」 One Piece #768. (#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!

Vocabulary List:

家臣 (かしん/kashin) – ‘vassal, retainer’
家紋 (かもん/kamon) – ‘family crest’
骨折り損 (ほねおりぞん/honeorizon) – ‘waste of labor or energy, waste of labour, vain effort’
衝突 (しょうとつ/shoutotsu) – ‘collision, crash, running into, conflict, quarrel, clashing’
平穏 (へいおん/heion) – ‘tranquil, calm, restful, peaceful, quiet’
万謝 (ばんしゃ/bansha) – ‘many thanks, sincere apologies’
跡取り (あととり/atotori) – ‘heir, heiress, inheritor, successor’
護送 (ごそう/gosou) – ‘escort (e.g. under guard), convoy’
家来 (けらい/kerai) – ‘retainer, retinue, servant’
跡目 (あとめ/atome) – ‘headship of a family, family property’
筆頭 (ひっとう/hittou) – ‘brush tip, first on a list, head, chief’
有力 (ゆうりょく/yuuryoku) – ‘influential, prominent, strong, likely, plausible, potent’
道中 (どうちゅう/douchuu) – ‘along the way, journey’
身分 (みぶん/mibun) – ‘social position, social status’
旱害 (かんがい/kangai) – ‘drought damage’
芝居 (しばい/shibai) – ‘play, drama’
告白 (こくはく/kokuhaku) – ‘confession, acknowledgement, acknowledgment, profession of love, confession of sins (e.g. the confessional)’
根性 (こんじょう/konjou) – ‘will-power, guts, temper, nature, spirit’
腹心 (ふくしん/fukushin) – ‘one’s confidant, trusted friend, trusted retainer’
無礼者 (ぶれいもの/bureimono) – ‘insolent fellow, rude fellow’
財宝 (ざいほう/zaihou) – ‘treasure’
兄弟分 (きょうだいぶん/kyoudaibun) – ‘buddy, pal, sworn brother’

*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. 

Quizlet Link: https://quizlet.com/177236374/one-piece-768-vocabulary-list-watchanimewithoutsubtitles-challenge-flash-cards/

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「Anime Vocabulary」 One Piece #767. (#WatchAnimeWithoutSubtitles Challenge)

「Anime Vocabulary」 One Piece #767. (#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!

Vocabulary List:

鐘の音 (かねのね/kanenone) – ‘chimes, toll of a bell’
国中 (くにじゅう/kunijuu) – ‘all over the country’
物音 (ものおと/monooto) – ‘sounds’
近年 (きんねん/kin’nen) – ‘recent years’
歓迎 (かんげい/kangei) – ‘welcome, reception’
難儀 (なんぎ/nangi) – ‘affliction, hardship, difficulty, suffering’
来訪 (らいほう/raihou) – ‘visit, call’
大騒ぎ (おおさわぎ/oosawagi) – ‘clamour, clamor, uproar, tumult, furore, furor’
ぬれぎぬ (ぬれぎぬ/nureginu) – ‘false accusations, unfounded suspicion, groundless charge, wet clothes’
死に目 (しにめ/shinime) – ‘moment of death’
目下 (めした/meshita) – ‘subordinate, subordinates, inferior, inferiors, junior’
捜索 (そうさく/sousaku) – ‘search (esp. for someone or something missing), investigation’
出動 (しゅつどう/shutsudou) – ‘sailing, marching, going out, dispatch’
もめ事 (もめごと/momegoto) – ‘quarrel, trouble, dispute, friction (between people)’
上陸 (じょうりく/jouriku) – ‘landing, disembarkation, landfall’
始末 (しまつ/shimatsu) – ‘management, dealing, settlement, cleaning up, getting rid of, economizing, economising, being thrifty, end result (usu. bad)’
いびき (いびき/ibiki) – ‘snoring, snore’
片足 (かたあし/kataashi) – ‘one leg, one-legged’
家臣 (かしん/kashin) – ‘vassal, retainer’
武人 (ぶじん/bujin) – ‘military man’

*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. 

Quizlet Link: https://quizlet.com/177230211/one-piece-767-vocabulary-list-watchanimewithoutsubtitles-challenge-flash-cards/

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「Anime Vocabulary」 One Piece #766. (#WatchAnimeWithoutSubtitles Challenge)

「Anime Vocabulary」 One Piece #766. (#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!

Vocabulary List:

恩人 (おんじん/onjin) – ‘benefactor, patron’
男爵 (だんしゃく/danshaku) – ‘baron, Irish cobbler (variety of potato)’
同盟 (どうめい/doumei) – ‘alliance, union, league’
騒ぎ (さわぎ/sawagi) – ‘uproar, disturbance’
緊急事態 (きんきゅうじたい/kinkyuujitai) – ‘state of emergency’
血縁 (けつえん/ketsuen) – ‘blood relative or relationship, consanguinity’
傘下 (さんか/sanka) – ‘affiliated with, under jurisdiction of, under the umbrella’
成立 (せいりつ/seiritsu) – ‘coming into existence, arrangements, establishment, conclusion, completion, to come into existence, to be true, to hold (i.e. hold true)’
凶暴 (きょうぼう/kyoubou) – ‘brutal, atrocious, ferocious’
圧倒的 (あっとうてき/attouteki) – ‘overwhelming’
誘導 (ゆうどう/yuudou) – ‘guidance, leading, induction, introduction, incitement, inducement’
脅迫 (きょうはく/kyouhaku) – ‘threat, menace, coercion, terrorism’
容体 (ようだい/youdai) – ‘condition, state (of health)’
症状 (しょうじょう/shoujou) – ‘symptoms, condition’
魅惑 (みわく/miwaku) – ‘attraction, fascination, lure, captivation, charm’
招待 (しょうたい/shoutai) – ‘invitation’
皇帝 (こうてい/koutei) – ’emperor’
子分 (こぶん/kobun) – ‘henchman, follower, adopted child’
顛末 (てんまつ/tenmatsu) – ‘circumstance, facts, details’
気遣い (きづかい/kidukai) – ‘consideration, concern, fear, worry, solicitude’

*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. 

Quizlet Link: https://quizlet.com/170775831/one-piece-766-vocabulary-list-watchanimewithoutsubtitles-challenge-flash-cards/

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「Anime Vocabulary」 One Piece #765. (#WatchAnimeWithoutSubtitles Challenge)

「Anime Vocabulary」 One Piece #765. (#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!

Vocabulary List:

侠客 (きょうかく/kyoukaku) – ‘self-styled humanitarian, chivalrous person, persons acting under the pretence of chivalry who formed gangs and engaged in gambling’
手配 (てはい/tehai) – ‘arrangement, preparations, search (by police)’
侵入者 (しんにゅうしゃ/shin’nyuusha) – ‘intruder, invader, trespasser, raider’
注射 (ちゅうしゃ/chuusha) – ‘injection’
居住 (きょじゅう/kyojuu) – ‘residence’
証言 (しょうげん/shougen) – ‘evidence, testimony’
行方 (ゆくえ/yukue) – ‘(one’s) whereabouts, outcome’
直接 (ちょくせつ/chokusetsu) – ‘direct, immediate, personal, firsthand’
悲劇 (ひげき/higeki) – ‘tragedy, disaster’
恩義 (おんぎ/ongi) – ‘obligation, favour, favor, debt of gratitude’
同族 (どうぞく/douzoku) – ‘same family (race, tribe)’
落とし物 (おとしもの/otoshimono) – ‘lost property’
火薬 (かやく/kayaku) – ‘gunpowder, powder’
どう猛 (どうもう/doumou) – ‘ferocity, truculence’
駆除 (くじょ/kujo) – ‘extermination (esp. pests), expulsion, destruction’
突風 (とっぷう/toppuu) – ‘squall, sudden gust’
乳首 (ちくび/chikubi) – ‘nipple, teat’
殲滅 (せんめつ/senmetsu) – ‘extermination, annihilation’
加勢 (かせい/kasei) – ‘assistance, backing, reinforcements’

*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. 

Quizlet Link: https://quizlet.com/170761653/one-piece-765-vocabulary-list-watchanimewithoutsubtitles-challenge-flash-cards/

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「Anime Vocabulary」 One Piece #764. (#WatchAnimeWithoutSubtitles Challenge)

「Anime Vocabulary」 One Piece #764. (#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!

Vocabulary List:

手配 (てはい/tehai) – ‘arrangement, preparations, search (by police)’
百獣 (ひゃくじゅう/hyakujuu) – ‘all kinds of animals’
新婦 (しんぷ/shinpu) – ‘bride’
傘下 (さんか/sanka) – ‘affiliated with, under jurisdiction of, under the umbrella’
皇帝 (こうてい/koutei) – ’emperor’
支配下 (しはいか/shihaika) – ‘under control (e.g. of territory)’
愚問 (ぐもん/gumon) – ‘foolish question’
召集令状 (しょうしゅうれいじょう/shoushuureijou) – ‘draft papers, callup notice’
実質 (じっしつ/jisshitsu) – ‘substance, essence, real (in economics, vs. nominal, e.g. real interest rate), substantive, substantial, essential, tangible’
招待 (しょうたい/shoutai) – ‘invitation’
書き置き (かきおき/kakioki) – ‘note (letter) left behind, will’
欠員 (けついん/ketsuin) – ‘vacancy, vacant position’
隠し事 (かくしごと/kakushigoto) – ‘secret’
常識 (じょうしき/joushiki) – ‘common sense, good sense, common knowledge, general knowledge, common practice, accepted practice, social etiquette’
気配 (けはい/kehai) – ‘indication, sign, hint, presence, trend, quotation (esp. stock market)’
手荒 (てあら/teara) – ‘violent, rough’
幸運 (こううん/kouun) – ‘good luck, fortune’
新郎 (しんろう/shinrou) – ‘bridegroom’
手出し (てだし/tedashi) – ‘meddling, interfering’
天才 (てんさい/tensai) – ‘genius, prodigy, natural gift’

*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. 

Quizlet Link: https://quizlet.com/167703269/one-piece-764-vocabulary-list-watchanimewithoutsubtitles-challenge-flash-cards/

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「Anime Vocabulary」 One Piece #763. (#WatchAnimeWithoutSubtitles Challenge)

「Anime Vocabulary」 One Piece #763. (#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!

Vocabulary List:

招待(しょうたい/shoutai) – ‘invitation’
お茶会(おおちゃかい/oochakai) – ‘formal tea gathering, formal tea party’
結婚式(けっこんしき/kekkonshiki) – ‘marriage ceremony, wedding, nuptials’
味方(みかた/mikata) – ‘friend, ally, supporter’
親族(しんぞく/shinzoku) – ‘relatives’
崩壊(ほうかい/houkai) – ‘collapse, crumbling, breaking down, caving in, decay’
任務(にんむ/ninmu) – ‘duty, function, office, mission, task’
傘下(さんか/sanka) – ‘affiliated with, under jurisdiction of, under the umbrella’
絵本(えほん/ehon) – ‘picture book’
諸島(しょとう/shotou) – ‘archipelago, group of islands’
労力(ろうりょく/rouryoku) – ‘labour, labor, effort, toil, trouble’
大砲(たいほう/taihou) – ‘gun, cannon, artillery’
騒ぎ(さわぎ/sawagi) – ‘uproar, disturbance’
横並び(よこならび/yokonarabi) – ‘going along with something, following the crowd, treating something in an equal or egalitarian manner’
錯覚(さっかく/sakkaku) – ‘optical illusion, hallucination, misapprehension, delusion’
散弾銃(さんだんじゅう/sandanjuu) – ‘shotgun’
兵力(へいりょく/heiryoku) – ‘military force, force of arms, strength of an army’
同様(どうよう/douyou) – ‘identical, equal to, same (kind), like, similarity’
役者(やくしゃ/yakusha) – ‘actor, actress’
立ち話(たちばなし/tachibanashi) – ‘talking while standing, standing around talking’
命令(めいれい/meirei) – ‘order, command, decree, directive, (software) instruction, statement’
観念(かんねん/kan’nen) – ‘idea, notion, conception, sense (e.g. of duty), resignation, preparedness, acceptance, observation and contemplation’
遠慮(えんりょ/enryo) – ‘reserve, constraint, restraint, modesty, diffidence, hesitation, holding back, discretion, tact, thoughtfulness, declining, refraining, forethought, foresight’
状況(じょうきょう/joukyou) – ‘state of affairs (around you), situation, circumstances’
使い物(つかいもの/tsukaimono) – ‘useful thing, usable article, present, gift’
背後(はいご/haigo) – ‘back, rear, background, behind the scenes’
新郎(しんろう/shinrou) – ‘bridegroom’
処分(しょぶん/shobun) – ‘disposal, dealing (with a problem), disposition, measure, procedure, punishment, putting down (e.g. diseased animal)’
新婦(しんぷ/shinpu) – ‘bride’
私情(しじょう/shijou) – ‘personal feelings, self-interest’
失敗(しっぱい/shippai) – ‘failure, mistake, blunder’
家庭(かてい/katei) – ‘home, family, household’

*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. 

Quizlet Link: https://quizlet.com/165923965/one-piece-763-vocabulary-list-watchanimewithoutsubtitles-challenge-flash-cards/

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「Anime Vocabulary」 One Piece #762. (#WatchAnimeWithoutSubtitles Challenge)

「Anime Vocabulary」 One Piece #762. (#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!

Vocabulary List:

恩人 (おんじん/onjin) – ‘benefactor, patron’
天才 (てんさい/tensai) – ‘genius, prodigy, natural gift’
死体 (したい/shitai) – ‘dead body, corpse, cadaver’
出来事 (できごと/dekigoto) – ‘incident, affair, happening, event’
すすり泣き (すすりなき/susurinaki) – ‘sobbing, sob, weeping’
崩壊 (ほうかい/houkai) – ‘collapse, crumbling, breaking down, caving in, decay’
任務 (にんむ/ninmu) – ‘duty, function, office, mission, task’
銃声 (じゅうせい/juusei) – ‘gunshot, (gun) report’
失態 (しったい/shittai) – ‘mismanagement, fault, error, failure, disgrace, discredit’
清々 (せいせい/seisei) – ‘feeling refreshed, feeling relieved’
深刻 (しんこく/shinkoku) – ‘serious, severe, grave, acute’
仕業 (しわざ/shiwaza) – ‘deed (esp. negative), act, action, one’s doing’
心労 (しんろう/shinrou) – ‘anxiety, worry, fear’
栄養 (えいよう/eiyou) – ‘nutrition, nourishment’
注射 (ちゅうしゃ/chuusha) – ‘injection’
患者 (かんじゃ/kanja) – ‘(a) patient’
満月 (まんげつ/mangetsu) – ‘full moon’
先祖 (せんぞ/senzo) – ‘ancestor’
居住 (きょじゅう/kyojuu) – ‘residence’
伝統 (でんとう/dentou) – ‘tradition, convention’
異邦人 (いほうじん/ihoujin) – ‘foreigner, stranger, gentile, goy’
衣服 (いふく/ifuku) – ‘clothes’

*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. 

Quizlet Link: https://quizlet.com/177668613/one-piece-762-vocabulary-list-watchanimewithoutsubtitles-challenge-flash-cards/

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Check out more videos from the Learn Japanese with Anime playlist on our Learning Japanese YouTube Channel here.

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「Anime Vocabulary」 One Piece #761. (#WatchAnimeWithoutSubtitles Challenge)

「Anime Vocabulary」 One Piece #761. (#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!

Vocabulary List:

解毒剤 (げどくざい/gedokuzai) – ‘antidote’
中和 (ちゅうわ/chūwa) – ‘neutralize, neutralise, counteract’
計算 (けいさん/keisan) – ‘calculation, reckoning, count, forecast’
出来 (しゅったい /shuttai) – ‘occurrence, happening, taking place’
効き目 (ききめ/kikime) – ‘effect, virtue, efficacy, impression’
犠牲者 (ぎせいしゃ/giseisha) – ‘victim’
海水 (かいすい/kaisui) – ‘ocean water’
殺りく (さつりく/satsuriku) – ‘slaughter, massacre’
成分 (せいぶん/seibun) – ‘ingredient, component, composition’
羊肉 (ようにく /yōniku) – ‘mutton, lamb (meat)’
撤退 (てったい/tettai) – ‘evacuation, withdrawal, revocation, repeal, retreat’
神経 (しんけい/shinkei) – ‘nerve, sensitivity’
事態 (じたい/jitai) – ‘situation, (present) state of affairs, circumstances’
本意 (ほんい/honi) – ‘one’s real intent, one’s real motive, one’s real hopes, one’s original purpose’
仕業 (しわざ/shiwaza) – ‘act, action, deed’
顛末 (てんまつ/tenmatsu) – ‘circumstance, facts, details’
半月 (はんつき/hantsuki) – ‘half-moon, half month, semicircle’
面会 (めんかい/menkai) – ‘meeting (face-to-face), interview’
凶暴 (きょうぼう/kyōbō) – ‘brutal, atrocious, ferocious’
後悔 (こうかい/kōkai) – ‘regret, repentance’
爆薬 (ばくやく/bakuyaku) – ‘explosive, blasting powder’
経過 (けいか/keika) – ‘passage, expiration, progress, transition’
解毒 (げどく/gedoku) – ‘counteraction’
処置 (しょち/shochi) – ‘treatment, measure, step’
器具 (きぐ/kigu) – ‘utensil, apparatus, implement, device, gadget’
薬品 (やくひん/yakuhin) – ‘medicine, chemicals’
看護師 (かんごし/kangoshi) – ‘nursing, (army) nurse’
負傷 (ふしょう/fushō) – ‘injury, wound’

*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. 

Quizlet Link: https://quizlet.com/162046312/one-piece-761-vocabulary-list-watchanimewithoutsubtitles-challenge-flash-cards/

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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.

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「Anime Vocabulary」 One Piece #760. (#WatchAnimeWithoutSubtitles Challenge)

「Anime Vocabulary」 One Piece #760. (#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!

Vocabulary List:

共闘 (きょうとう/kyōtō) – ‘joint struggle, common (united) front’
間もなく (まもなく/mamonaku) – ‘soon, before long, in a short time’
攻め立てる (せめたてる/semetateru) – ‘to make an incessant onslaught, to attack incessantly’
途切れる (とぎれる/togireru) – ‘to pause, to be interrupted’
戦闘員 (せんとういん/sentō in) – ‘combatant’
援軍 (えんぐん/engun) – ‘reinforcement’
侵入 (しんにゅう/shinnyū) – ‘penetration, invasion, raid, aggression, trespass’
阻止 (そし/soshi) – ‘obstruction, check, hindrance, prevention, interdiction’
圧倒 (あっとう/attō) – ‘overwhelm, overpower, overwhelming’
兵器 (へいき/heiki) – ‘arms, weapons, ordnance’
爆風 (ばくふう/bakufū) – ‘blast’
速度 (そくど/sokudo) – ‘speed, velocity, rate’
全滅 (ぜんめつ/zenmetsu) – ‘annihilation’
至る所 (いたるところ/itaru tokoro) – ‘everywhere, all over, throughout’
悲鳴 (ひめい/himei) – ‘shriek, scream’
叫び声 (さけびごえ/sakebigoe) – ‘shout, yell, scream’
身動き (みうごき/miugoki) – ‘moving about, stirring about’
侠客 (きょうかく/kyōkaku) – ‘self-styled humanitarian, chivalrous person’
拷問 (ごうもん/gōmon) – ‘torture’
無慈悲 (むじひ/mujihi) – ‘merciless, ruthless’
惨劇 (さんげき/sangeki) – ‘tragedy, tragic event’
予感 (よかん/yokan) – ‘presentiment, premonition’
廃墟 (はいきょ/haikyo) – ‘ruins, abandoned building’
門番 (もんばん/monban) – ‘gatekeeper’
見張り (みはり/mihari) – ‘watch-keeping, guard, lookout’
充満 (じゅうまん/jūman) – ‘being filled with, teeming with, pregnant with’
救い出す (すくいだす/sukuidasu) – ‘to rescue, to free’
瀬戸際 (せとぎわ/setogiwa) – ‘brink, critical moment’

*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. 

Quizlet Link: https://quizlet.com/160110000/one-piece-760-vocabulary-list-watchanimewithoutsubtitles-challenge-flash-cards/

Download:


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.