English to Japanese Meaning :: flake

Flake :
フレーク
フレーク, 薄片, 気違い, 奇男子 - フレークフレークフレーク状フレークフレーキング
 
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Noun(1) A person with an unusual or odd personality(2) A small fragment of something broken off from the whole(3) Scale(4) Peel
Verb(1) Cover with flakes or as if with flakes(2) Come off in flakes or thin small pieces(3) Peel off

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(1) Fish were fed on a mixture of commercial flake and live food once per day.(2) Season the fish and cook either under an overhead grill, or over the coals until a flake of fish can be pulled easily from the bone.(3) Remove the skin from the fish, then carefully flake the flesh with your fingers.(4) Several roach over that magical 2lb barrier have been banked recently with anglers prepared to sit it out on bread flake being rewarded with the better fish.(5) The flake tools have possible polishing and edge-wear damage evident along one lateral margin.(6) Throughout the training and testing period, all fish remaining in the stock tank were fed flake food once daily and bloodworm from a floating feeder twice a week to familiarize them with it.(7) It's available in a flat flake , a powder with an applicator or in pencil form.(8) The humble bread flake is as good as anything more high-tech but cat meat and corn will also score.(9) So I tied up a two-hook rig which had a big hook on the surface carrying a big crust, and a smaller hook 4ins below it carrying a piece of flake that simulated a piece that was sinking from the crust.(10) My nails have started to flake at the ends(11) Leave them for 10 minutes until they have softened, then drain and flake the fish.(12) I peel a chunk of weathered paint off, and hold the thin papery flake in my palm.(13) Flake the fish(14) Pinch on a large piece of bread flake (which should completely cover the hook) and cast as close as you dare.(15) I catapulted a big bit of bread flake across the river.(16) Flake tools
Related Words
(1) flake off ::
剥がれ落ち
(2) flake out ::
アウトフレーク
Synonyms
Noun
1. sliver ::
スライバー
2. ditz ::
ディッツ
3. snowflake ::
スノーフレーク
4. eccentric person ::
奇人
5. chip ::
チップ
Verb
7. flake off ::
剥がれ落ち
Different Forms
flake, flaked, flakes, flaking
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