チャンピオン

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Japanese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from English champion.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • (Tokyo) チャンピオン [cháꜜǹpìòǹ] (Atamadaka - [1])
  • IPA(key): [t͡ɕʲã̠mpiõ̞ɴ]

Noun[edit]

チャンピオン ‎(romaji chanpion)

  1. a champion
    • 1996 September 15, Mitsuru Adachi, “スプリング・コール [Spring Call]”, in ショート・プログラム [Short Program], volume 2 (in Japanese), Tokyo: Shogakukan, ISBN 4-09-121882-2, page 187:
       (ごく) (あく) (から) ()使 (つか)いに (どう) (じょう) ()っとられ () ()されたヒロインのために、ケンカの (てん) (さい)がヒロインの (おや) () (いっ) (しゅう) (かん) (とっ) (くん) (どう) (じょう) () ()みワルを (たた)きのめし、10日 (とおか) ()には (ぜん) (にっ) (ぽん)チャンピオンとなって (ゆう) (しょう) (しょう)金2千 (きんにせん) (まん) (こう) (きゅう) (がい) (しゃ) () ()れ、ヒロインと (しょう) (なん)をドライブするという——
      Gokuaku karatetsukai ni dōjō o nottorare oidasareta hiroin no tame ni, kenka no tensai ga hiroin no oyaji no isshūkan no tokkun de dōjō ni norikomi waru o tataki no meshi, tō-ka-go ni wa Zen-Nippon Chanpion to natte yūshō shōkin nisenman to kōkyū gaisha o te ni ire, hiroin to Shōnan o doraibusuru to iu——
      As the heroine's losing her dojo to a villanous karate fighter, the gifted martial artist takes part in a one week's course of harsh special training with her father at the dojo, 10 days later he wins the first prize of 2 million yen at the All-Japan Championship and then he buys a luxury foreign car, then he drives the heroine to Shonan——

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