koshinage

Straighten vs Koshinage - What's the difference?

straighten | koshinage |


As a verb straighten

is to cause to become straight.

As a noun koshinage is

(sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker turns his opponent while pulling him onto his hips then straightens his knees and throws him over and onto his back.

Pulling vs Koshinage - What's the difference?

pulling | koshinage |


As nouns the difference between pulling and koshinage

is that pulling is the act by which something is pulled while koshinage is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker turns his opponent while pulling him onto his hips then straightens his knees and throws him over and onto his back.

As a verb pulling

is .

Opponent vs Koshinage - What's the difference?

opponent | koshinage |


As nouns the difference between opponent and koshinage

is that opponent is an individual or group who is a rival of another while koshinage is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker turns his opponent while pulling him onto his hips then straightens his knees and throws him over and onto his back.

As a adjective opponent

is situated in front; opposite; hence, opposing; adverse; antagonistic.

Attacker vs Koshinage - What's the difference?

attacker | koshinage |


As nouns the difference between attacker and koshinage

is that attacker is someone who attacks while koshinage is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker turns his opponent while pulling him onto his hips then straightens his knees and throws him over and onto his back.

Koshinage vs Kimarite - What's the difference?

koshinage | kimarite |

Koshinage is a see also of kimarite.


As nouns the difference between koshinage and kimarite

is that koshinage is (sumo) a kimarite in which the attacker turns his opponent while pulling him onto his hips then straightens his knees and throws him over and onto his back while kimarite is (sumo) any of the 82 techniques that may be used to win a match.