Definition of Ozawa

1. Noun. United States conductor (born in Japan in 1935).

Exact synonyms: Seiji Ozawa
Geographical relationships: Japan, Nihon, Nippon
Generic synonyms: Conductor, Director, Music Director



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ozawa

Oxyuridae
Oyrot Autonomous Oblast
Oyster card
Oyster cards
Oytaben
Oz
Ozark
Ozark Mountains
Ozark Plateau
Ozark chinkapin
Ozark chinquapin
Ozark sundrops
Ozarkite
Ozarkites
Ozarks
Ozawa (current term)
Ozonium
Ozothamnus
Ozothamnus secundiflorus
Ozymandian
P&G
P&P
P's
P'urhépecha
P-A conduction time
P-A interval
P-H conduction time
P-J interval
P-K antibodies

Literary usage of Ozawa

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1. Rambles Through Japan Without a Guide by Albert Leffingwell (1892)
"Ironworks at Ozawa—A Japanese engineer—Exploration of a mine —First ride on native pony—Mio-gi-san—Attempts at conversation—Rustic bridges—Spiders and ..."

2. The Mikado's Empire by William Elliot Griffis (1913)
"Artist at Work. (Hokusai) 379 62. Pagoda Spire, or Kiu-do. (" Brocade " picture) 381 63. A Flower Fair at Night in Tokio. (Nankoku Ozawa) 386 64. ..."

3. Journal of the American Asiatic Association by American Asiatic Association (1916)
"On January 13, 1915, a petition for admission to citizenship in this country was presented to the United States District Court by Mr. Takao Ozawa, ..."

4. A Handbook for Travellers in Japan: Including the Whole Empire from Yezo to by Basil Hall Chamberlain, W. B. Mason (1899)
"... when he met, at a ravine called Ozawa, a beautiful maiden who was none other than the goddess Benten. She consented to wed him, and then departed, ..."

5. UN Peace-keeping Operations: A Guide to Japanese Policies by L. William Heinrich, Akiho Shibata, Yoshihide Soeya (1999)
"... Ozawa and other party leaders were strongly in favour of expanding the SDF role in peace-keeping as part of a broader agenda aimed at making Japan a ..."

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