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                "title": "Sentence-Dictionary Linking",
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                        "*": "\nTo enable dictionary systems, apps, etc. to use the Japanese-English sentences from the Tanaka Corpus/Tatoeba as examples, a set of word-level indices have been compiled and are associated with each sentence (at present about 150,000 sentences have indices.) These indices are maintained within the Tatoeba system (there is a special GUI for this), and periodically downloaded for use with dictionary systems. The indices are particularly associated with the JMdict/EDICT2 dictionary files, but may also be used elsewhere.\n\n==Index Format==\n\nThe indices for a sentence consist of a line of text with space-delimited index elements for each word in the sentence. The following is an example:\n\nSentence: \u305d\u306e\u5bb6\u306f\u304b\u306a\u308a\u307c\u308d\u5c4b\u306b\u306a\u3063\u3066\u3044\u308b\u3002\n\nIndices: \u5176\u306e[01]{\u305d\u306e} \u5bb6(\u3044\u3048)[01] \u306f \u53ef\u4e5f{\u304b\u306a\u308a} \u307c\u308d\u5c4b[01]~ \u306b\u306a\u308b[01]{\u306b\u306a\u3063\u3066\u3044\u308b}\n\nThe format of the index elements is as follows:\n* the usual headword as it appears in the dictionary. Even if the word is usually written in kana, the kanji form must be used if it is available. This field is mandatory, howver it may be omitted for proper names not found in the dictionary.\n* the reading of the word in kana, or the numerical sequence number of the appropriate entry in the JMdict dictionary in the format \"#nnnnnnnn\". This is optional, however it '''must''' be used if there are several different dictionary entries with the same headword. This field is in regular parentheses.\n* a sense number. This is used when the word has multiple senses in the JMdict/EDICT2 file, and indicates which sense applies in the sentence. It is a two-digit numeric in square parentheses. The field is optional.\n* the form in which the word appears in the sentence. This may differ from the indexing word, e.g. if it is an inflected verb or adjective, if the word is usually written in a different way, etc.  This field is in \"curly\" parentheses. It is not mandatory, but should be included where appropriate.\n* a \"~\" character to indicate that the sentence pair is a good and checked example of the usage of the word. Words are marked to enable appropriate sentences to be selected by dictionary software. Typically only one instance per sense of a word will be marked. (The WWWJDIC server displays these sentences below the display of the related dictionary entry.) \n\nSome indices are followed by a \"|\" character and a digit. These are an artefact from a former maintenance system, and can be safely ignored.\n\nThe fields after the indexing headword ()[]{}~ '''must''' be in that order.\n\n==File Format==\n\nA file of the Japanese-English sentence pairs with the indices can be downloaded from the [https://downloads.tatoeba.org/exports/wwwjdic.csv Tatoeba site]. This file, which is generated once each week, is in UTF-8 encoding, and has the following format:\n\n:Jpn_seq_no[TAB]Eng_seq_no[TAB]Japanese sentence[TAB]English sentence[TAB]Indices\n\nAnother version, which is used by the WWWJDIC servers, has the sentences and indices on separate lines. The format is:\n\n:A: Japanese sentence[TAB]English sentence#ID=Engseq_Jpnseq\n:B: Indices\n\nThis file can be downloaded in [http://ftp.monash.edu/pub/nihongo/examples.gz EUC-JP coding] or [http://ftp.monash.edu/pub/nihongo/examples.utf.gz UTF-8 coding.]"
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                "title": "Some Teki Entries",
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                        "*": "=Some ~\u7684 Entries=\nIn a discussion on the mailing list the possibility of expanding the coverage of ~\u7684 entries by including those covered in GG5 was discussed. I have looked at the ~\u7684 headwords, and of the ~400 there 96 are not yet in JMdict. I have analyzed these and listed them below in three groups:\n* those where the XX\u7684 entry is in another dictionary/glossary: LSD, JWN, Eijiro, etc.\n* those where the portion without the \u7684 is a JMdict entry;\n* the rest\n\nThe three block are below. If you want to create entries from them, an easy way is to paste them into the [http://www.edrdg.org/wwwjdic/jmdictbulk.html Add Multiple Entries] page. Let me know what ones you enter and I will mark them off on this page.\n\nJim Breen\n\n== Block 1 - from another dictionary ==\n\nThese are probably close to being usable, but PLEASE CHECK THEM against references before adding.\n<pre>\n\n\u7d4c\u5c3f\u9053\u7684 [\u3051\u3044\u306b\u3087\u3046\u3069\u3046\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) transurethral/\n\u4e3b\u8981\u76ee\u7684 [\u3057\u3085\u3088\u3046\u3082\u304f\u3066\u304d] /(n) central point/key objective/main objective/primary aim/primary goal/primary purpose/\n\u6e96\u9759\u7684 [\u3058\u3085\u3093\u305b\u3044\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) quasi-static/\n\u8d85\u6cd5\u898f\u7684 [\u3061\u3087\u3046\u307b\u3046\u304d\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) extralegal/supralegal/\n\u534a\u7d4c\u9a13\u7684 [\u306f\u3093\u3051\u3044\u3051\u3093\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) semiempirical/\n\u975e\u78ba\u7387\u7684 [\u3072\u304b\u304f\u308a\u3064\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) nonstochastic/\n\u975e\u89b3\u8840\u7684 [\u3072\u304b\u3093\u3051\u3064\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) noninvasive/non-invasive/\n\u975e\u793e\u4f1a\u7684 [\u3072\u3057\u3083\u304b\u3044\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) unsocial/\n\u60aa\u9b54\u7684 [\u3042\u304f\u307e\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) demoniac/\n\u5b89\u5b9a\u7684 [\u3042\u3093\u3066\u3044\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) stable/\n\u78ba\u7387\u7684 [\u304b\u304f\u308a\u3064\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) probabilistic/\n\u611f\u52d5\u7684 [\u304b\u3093\u3069\u3046\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) affecting/poignant/touching/\n\u57fa\u5e79\u7684 [\u304d\u304b\u3093\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) chief/main/primary/principal/master/\n\u6c17\u5206\u7684 [\u304d\u3076\u3093\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) of feeling/up to the mood/\n\u6c42\u9802\u7684 [\u304d\u3085\u3046\u3061\u3087\u3046\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) acropetal/\n\u7a76\u6975\u7684 [\u304d\u3085\u3046\u304d\u3087\u304f\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) ultimate/\n\u91d1\u92ad\u7684 [\u304d\u3093\u305b\u3093\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) monetary/\n\u539f\u7406\u7684 [\u3052\u3093\u308a\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) fundamental/theoretical/\n\u5f8c\u9032\u7684 [\u3053\u3046\u3057\u3093\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) backward/\n\u5149\u5b66\u7684 [\u3053\u3046\u304c\u304f\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) optical/\n\u69cb\u6210\u7684 [\u3053\u3046\u305b\u3044\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) structural/\n\u69cb\u9020\u7684 [\u3053\u3046\u305e\u3046\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) structural/\n\u5dee\u5225\u7684 [\u3055\u3079\u3064\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) discriminatory/preferential/\n\u6307\u5c0e\u7684 [\u3057\u3069\u3046\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) guiding/leading/\n\u6642\u9593\u7684 [\u3058\u304b\u3093\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) temporal/\n\u6642\u4ee3\u7684 [\u3058\u3060\u3044\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) historical/characteristic of the age/\n\u793a\u5506\u7684 [\u3057\u3055\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) implicative/suggestive/\n\u81ea\u899a\u7684 [\u3058\u304b\u304f\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) conscious/\n\u5b9f\u4f53\u7684 [\u3058\u3063\u305f\u3044\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) ontic/\n\u5468\u8fba\u7684 [\u3057\u3085\u3046\u3078\u3093\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) peripheral/\n\u7fd2\u6163\u7684 [\u3057\u3085\u3046\u304b\u3093\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) habitual/customary/\n\u5faa\u74b0\u7684 [\u3058\u3085\u3093\u304b\u3093\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) cyclic/\n\u5c06\u6765\u7684 [\u3057\u3087\u3046\u3089\u3044\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) future/\n\u795e\u7684 [\u3057\u3093\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) holy/\n\u4eba\u683c\u7684 [\u3058\u3093\u304b\u304f\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) personal/\n\u5236\u9650\u7684 [\u305b\u3044\u3052\u3093\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) restricted/\n\u6f38\u8fd1\u7684 [\u305c\u3093\u304d\u3093\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) asymptotic/asymptotical/\n\u5168\u4f53\u7684 [\u305c\u3093\u305f\u3044\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) overall/global/\n\u6bb5\u968e\u7684 [\u3060\u3093\u304b\u3044\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) stepwise/graded/\n\u61f2\u7f70\u7684 [\u3061\u3087\u3046\u3070\u3064\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) punitive/vindictive/\n\u6575\u5bfe\u7684 [\u3066\u304d\u305f\u3044\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) adversarial/\n\u96fb\u78c1\u7684 [\u3067\u3093\u3058\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) electromagnetic/\n\u5185\u7701\u7684 [\u306a\u3044\u305b\u3044\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) introspective/heart-searching/indrawn/\n\u5185\u5bb9\u7684 [\u306a\u3044\u3088\u3046\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) substantial/\n\u975e\u80fd\u7387\u7684 [\u3072\u306e\u3046\u308a\u3064\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) inefficient/\n\u7269\u8a9e\u7684 [\u3082\u306e\u304c\u305f\u308a\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) narrative/\n\u7406\u5b66\u7684 [\u308a\u304c\u304f\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) physical/\n\u9023\u9396\u7684 [\u308c\u3093\u3055\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) linked/\n</pre>\n\n== Block 2 - partial entries from JMdict ==\n\nThis block has the kanji & kana portions done, but the gloss is from the JMdict entry '''without''' the \u7684. For example in:\n<pre>\n\u5bfe\u7acb\u7684 [\u305f\u3044\u308a\u3064\u3066\u304d] /(n,vs,adj-no) confrontation/opposition/antagonism/\n</pre>\nthe gloss is from \u5bfe\u7acb/\u305f\u3044\u308a\u3064. It needs to be edited to become something like:\n<pre>\n\u5bfe\u7acb\u7684 [\u305f\u3044\u308a\u3064\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) confrontational/opposing/antagonistic/\n</pre>\n\n<pre>\n\u56e0\u679c\u7684 [\u3044\u3093\u304c\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na,n,adj-no) cause and effect/karma/fate/\n\u53ad\u6226\u7684 [\u3048\u3093\u305b\u3093\u3066\u304d] /(n) war weariness/\n\u9060\u7684 [\u3068\u304a\u3066\u304d] /(adj-no) distant/\n\u6069\u6075\u7684 [\u304a\u3093\u3051\u3044\u3066\u304d] /(n) grace/favor/favour/blessing/benefit/\n\u5bb6\u65cf\u7684 [\u304b\u305e\u304f\u3066\u304d] /(n,adj-no) family/members of a family/\n\u6539\u9032\u7684 [\u304b\u3044\u3057\u3093\u3066\u304d] /(n,vs) bringing up to date/progress/\n\u6163\u7528\u7684 [\u304b\u3093\u3088\u3046\u3066\u304d] /(n,vs,adj-no) common/customary/\n\u89b3\u5287\u7684 [\u304b\u3093\u3052\u304d\u3066\u304d] /(n,vs) theatre-going/theater-going/\n\u5f62\u800c\u4e0a\u5b66\u7684 [\u3051\u3044\u3058\u3058\u3087\u3046\u304c\u304f\u3066\u304d] /(n,adj-no) metaphysics/\n\u6027\u683c\u7684 [\u305b\u3044\u304b\u304f\u3066\u304d] /(n) character/personality/disposition/nature/\n\u7dcf\u4f53\u7684 [\u305d\u3046\u305f\u3044\u3066\u304d] /(adv,n,adj-no) the whole/originally/\n\u5bfe\u5916\u7684 [\u305f\u3044\u304c\u3044\u3066\u304d] /(n) external/foreign/\n\u5bfe\u5185\u7684 [\u305f\u3044\u306a\u3044\u3066\u304d] /(n) domestic/internal/\n\u5bfe\u7acb\u7684 [\u305f\u3044\u308a\u3064\u3066\u304d] /(n,vs,adj-no) confrontation/opposition/antagonism/\n\u4e2d\u6838\u7684 [\u3061\u3085\u3046\u304b\u304f\u3066\u304d] /(n) (comp) kernel/core/nucleus/resident control program/\n\u6c4e\u79f0\u7684 [\u306f\u3093\u3057\u3087\u3046\u3066\u304d] /(n,vs) lumping similar things together and giving the group a collective name/collective name/generic term/\n\u975e\u885b\u751f\u7684 [\u3072\u3048\u3044\u305b\u3044\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na,n) unsanitary/unhygienic/\n\u975e\u8ecd\u4e8b\u7684 [\u3072\u3050\u3093\u3058\u3066\u304d] /(n) nonmilitary/\n\u975e\u6c11\u4e3b\u7684 [\u3072\u307f\u3093\u3057\u3085\u3066\u304d] /(n) undemocratic/\n\u8e8d\u52d5\u7684 [\u3084\u304f\u3069\u3046\u3066\u304d] /(n,vs) lively motion/throb/\n\u7acb\u61b2\u7684 [\u308a\u3063\u3051\u3093\u3066\u304d] /(n) constitutionalism/\n\u9732\u60aa\u7684 [\u308d\u3042\u304f\u3066\u304d] /(n) boasting of one's faults/\n\u6d6a\u6f2b\u7684 [\u308d\u3046\u307e\u3093\u3066\u304d] /(n) (1) romance (e.g. Arthurian romances) (fre: roman)/(2) novel/(3) romance/love affair/(4) adventurous spirit/impossible dream/great ambition/\n</pre>\n\n==Block 3 - no glosses ==\n\nThis block has no suggested glosses. They will need to be developed from references.\n<pre>\n\u5171\u7fa9\u7684 [\u304d\u3087\u3046\u304e\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) X/\n\u793a\u7bc4\u7684 [\u3058\u306f\u3093\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) X/\n\u591a\u8fba\u7684 [\u305f\u3078\u3093\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) X/\n\u8d85\u611f\u899a\u7684 [\u3061\u3087\u3046\u304b\u3093\u304b\u304f\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) X/\n\u76f4\u8a3c\u7684 [\u3061\u3087\u304f\u3057\u3087\u3046\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) X/\n\u975e\u56e0\u679c\u7684 [\u3072\u3044\u3093\u304c\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) X/\n\u975e\u97f3\u697d\u7684 [\u3072\u304a\u3093\u304c\u304f\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) X/\n\u975e\u5b66\u8853\u7684 [\u3072\u304c\u304f\u3058\u3085\u3064\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) X/\n\u975e\u56fd\u5bb6\u7684 [\u3072\u3053\u3063\u304b\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) X/\n\u975e\u6642\u9593\u7684 [\u3072\u3058\u304b\u3093\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) X/\n\u975e\u5b97\u6559\u7684 [\u3072\u3057\u3085\u3046\u304d\u3087\u3046\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) X/\n\u975e\u5546\u696d\u7684 [\u3072\u3057\u3087\u3046\u304e\u3087\u3046\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) X/\n\u975e\u76f8\u5bfe\u8ad6\u7684 [\u3072\u305d\u3046\u305f\u3044\u308d\u3093\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) X/\n\u975e\u59a5\u5354\u7684 [\u3072\u3060\u304d\u3087\u3046\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) X/\n\u975e\u515a\u6d3e\u7684 [\u3072\u3068\u3046\u306f\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) X/\n\u975e\u9053\u5fb3\u7684 [\u3072\u3069\u3046\u3068\u304f\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) X/\n\u975e\u7269\u8cea\u7684 [\u3072\u3076\u3063\u3057\u3064\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) X/\n\u975e\u7269\u7406\u7684 [\u3072\u3076\u3064\u308a\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) X/\n\u975e\u53cb\u8abc\u7684 [\u3072\u3086\u3046\u304e\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) X/\n\u975e\u7406\u8ad6\u7684 [\u3072\u308a\u308d\u3093\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) X/\n\u552f\u6211\u7684 [\u3086\u3044\u304c\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) X/\n\u7406\u667a\u7684 [\u308a\u3061\u3066\u304d] /(adj-na) X/\n</pre>"
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