Words — 1095 found
Common word JLPT N4 Links
1. gas (state of matter, e.g. poison gas, natural gas)Usually written using kana alone, From Dutch; Flemish , From English
2. gasoline; gas; petrolUsually written using kana alone
3. dense fog; thick fogUsually written using kana alone
4. gas stove; gas cooker; gas rangeUsually written using kana alone, Abbreviation, See also ガス焜炉
5. flatulence; gas; wind; fartUsually written using kana alone, Colloquialism
瓦斯: Ateji (phonetic) reading.
1. counter for occurrences
- Some new kinds of rice can be harvested two or three times a year.
2. a time; an instance
- We have to win seven times in a row to win this tournament.
3. inning (baseball); round; game
4. episode; chapter; instalmentColloquialism
5. Hui (people)Abbreviation, See also 回族
6. IslamAbbreviation, See also 回教
1. cherry tree; cherry blossom
- They seem a little past their peak, but even so we enjoyed the beautiful cherry blossoms.
2. decoy; fake buyer; shillalso 偽客
3. hired applauder
4. horse meatColloquialism, See also 桜肉
櫻: Out-dated kanji.
1. time; season; period; phase; stage
- か 。
- The weather changes very often at this time of year.
Common word JLPT N3 Links
1. to break; to snap; to be cut; to split; to crack
- The two children pulled at the rope until it broke.
2. to be injured
3. to wear out; to be worn out
4. to break; to burst; to collapse
5. to wear off; to stop working; to go dead
6. to expire (time limit, etc.); to run out; to become due
7. to run out (of stock, etc.); to be exhausted; to be used up; to be sold out; to be out of
- きれ 。
- We're running out of gas.
8. to be broken off (e.g. of a relationship); to break up; to have severed ties; to be cut off; to be disconnected
9. to cut well; to be sharp
- き 。
- These scissors don't cut well.
10. to be sharp-minded; to be keen; to be shrewd; to be quick-witted; to be able
11. to be short of; to drop under (a certain figure); to beat (e.g. a record time)
- き ？
- Will they break the ten-second mark in the hundred-metre race?
12. to dry off
13. to curve; to veer
14. to shuffle (cards)
15. to get angry; to snap; to blow one's top; to lose one's temper; to flipColloquialism, See also キレる
- き 。
- Finally, he lost his temper.
16. to be able to do completelyUsually written using kana alone, after the -masu stem of a verb
- This ice is too thin to bear your weight.
1. raw; uncooked; fresh
- す 。
- As is often the case with Americans, he does not care for raw fish.
2. natural; as it is; unedited; unprocessed
- み 、
- A critic once said that if you saw my ballet paintings, you didn't have to go to a live performance.
3. unprotected (i.e. not wearing a condom)Colloquialism
- The sensitivity certainly drops if I use a condom, so if possible I'd like to do it bareback.
4. live (i.e. not recorded)
5. inexperienced; unpolished; green; crude
6. impudence; saucinessAbbreviation, See also 生意気
7. unpasteurized beer; draft beer; draught beerAbbreviation, See also 生ビール
8. just a little; somehow; vaguely; partially; somewhat; half-; semi-
9. irresponsibly; half-baked
11. tipsinessAbbreviation, See also 生酔い
1. to eatMale term or language
- く 。
- The starving man devoured the food.
2. to live; to make a living; to survive
3. to bite; to sting (as insects do)
4. to tease; to torment; to taunt; to make light of; to make fun of
5. to encroach on; to eat into; to consume
6. to defeat a superior; to threaten a position
7. to consume time and-or resources
- く 。
- This job eats money.
8. to receive something (usu. an unfavourable event)Colloquialism
- く 。
- The boss bawled me out.
9. to have sexual relations with a woman, esp. for the first timeMale term or language, Vulgar
喰う 【くう】、啖う 【くう】
啖う: Out-dated kanji.
1. unthinkable; unexpected; outrageous; offensive; terribleUsually written using kana alone
- It isn't true that Jack is no good at music; on the contrary, he plays the piano well.
2. absolutely not!; not at all!; far from it!; impossible!; preposterous!; what a thing to say!; no way!; bullshitColloquialism, Usually written using kana alone
- "Have you finished it?" "On the contrary, I've just begun."
3. don't mention it; you're welcomeUsually written using kana alone
飛んでもない: Irregular kanji usage.
Common word JLPT N5 Links
1. yes; that is correctPolite (teineigo)
- "Hello, is this Mrs. Brown?" "Yes, this is Mrs. Brown."
2. understood; I see; OK; okay
- Here's a magazine for you to read in the plane.
3. present; hereas a response to a roll call
4. pardon?; what's that?; come again?Colloquialism, with rising intonation
5. giddy-up; giddap
6. Yes and noYes and no are two words for expressing affirmatives and ... Read more
Common word JLPT N2 Links
- おく １６００
- In the U.S., as many as 216 million firearms are said to be in private hands.
2. wooden pole that wrestlers strike in practiceSumo term
3. fuguColloquialism, See also 河豚
1. coolness; calmness; composure; unconcern
2. all right; fine; OK; okayColloquialism
1. to float
- う 。
- Then she was floating on her back.
2. to become merry; to be cheerfulSee also 浮かぬ顔
3. to become loose; to become unsteady
4. to feel out of it; to be cut off (e.g. from those around you); to feel out of placeColloquialism
- う 。
- Being at the concert hall full of young kids made an old duffer like me feel out of tune.
5. to be frivolous; to be uncertain
6. to have (time, money, etc.) left over; to be saved (e.g. money)
7. to have no basis; to be unreliable
1. to insert; to put in (such that there is a snug fit); to button; to put on (something that envelops, e.g. gloves, ring)Usually written using kana alone
- She wore a diamond ring on her left third finger.
2. to have sex; to fuckColloquialism
- Even if we don't get lucky on the first try we can just keep fucking till I get pregnant.
3. to pigeonhole (into a particular category)
4. to place a ring-shaped object around something (esp. one that restricts freedom, such as handcuffs)
5. to entrap; to set someone up (e.g. frame them for a crime, etc.)
- I was nicely framed.
填める 【はめる】、篏める 【はめる】、塡める 【はめる】
填める: Out-dated kanji. 篏める: Out-dated kanji. 塡める: Out-dated kanji.
Common word JLPT N2 Links
1. gum; rubberUsually written using kana alone, From Dutch; Flemish “gom”
- すりへ 。
- Tires wear down because of friction between the rubber and the road surface.
2. eraserAbbreviation, Usually written using kana alone, See also 消しゴム
3. condomColloquialism, Usually written using kana alone
護謨: Ateji (phonetic) reading. 護謨: Ateji (phonetic) reading.
1. urine; piss; pee
2. breaking a contractColloquialism
Common word JLPT N3 Links
1. after all; becauseColloquialism
- わ 。
- Even children can understand it.
4. too; as well; also
5. they say; I hear; you mean
1. something carried (in the hand); handheld; portable
- ゆる 。
- Americans have the right to bear arms.
2. mobile telephone; cell phoneAbbreviation, Colloquialism, Usually written using kana alone, See also 携帯電話
- Lately high school girls are using their cell phones to exchange e-mail.
1. sinking; foundering; going down; submersion
2. getting dead drunkColloquialism
3. having too much fun (esp. in a red-light district, etc.) and missing work or neglecting one's dutiesColloquialism
4. staying in one place for a long timeSlang, backpacker slang
1. to lay waste; to devastate; to damage
- Who destroyed the garden?
2. to invade; to break into
- あ 。
- They robbed my orchard.
3. to troll (e.g. web forums); to spamComputer terminology, Colloquialism
- I just don't understand what goes through the minds of people who troll forums.
荒す: Irregular okurigana usage.