Words — 48 found
1. to be (usu. of inanimate objects); to exist; to liveUsually written using kana alone, See also 居る いる
- Excuse me; allow me to point out three errors in the above article.
2. to haveUsually written using kana alone
- I'm sorry, I have another engagement.
3. to be locatedUsually written using kana alone
4. to be equipped withUsually written using kana alone
5. to happen; to come aboutUsually written using kana alone
1. (something) has occurred; to have done (something); such a thing happenedUsually written using kana alone, after the past tense form of a verb
2. (something) happens on occasions; there are times whenUsually written using kana alone
1. to also be (formal, literary); implies that as well as the earlier stated this is also the caseSee also である, である with も
- D.H. Lawrence is a novelist and poet.
2. to be ... or something
- What is the matter with you?
1. to be (in contrast to something that is not the case)See also である, である with は
- うご 。
- The glacier moves but by inches.
1. to have an interest (in something); to feel inclined (toward doing something)
- Are you interested in that girl?
1. to be doing; to be in the process of doing
- The weather was getting worse and worse as the day went on.
1. to be deserved; to be worth it; to have merit; to have value
- それだけのかち 。
- It is worthwhile reading the novel.
1. to have a limit; to go too far (e.g. joke)oft. in the form of ...にも程がある to criticize something as being unacceptable
- いのなかのかわずたいかいをし 、
- I can't believe you're so clueless. You're like a babe in the woods.
1. to be in danger of; to be liable to
- In either case, the division is real and useful; but it can also be misleading.
1. to be poles apart
- こころざ ２０
- On this point it is poles apart from when I set myself on learning English 20 years ago.
1. to have heard somewhere; to sound familiar
- ききおぼ 。
- That name struck a chord.
1. to be as plain as daylight; to be as clear as day
- ひをみるよりあき 。
- If we continue like this, it's as clear as day that the Japan of five years on will be in decline.
1. to have the memory of having done something oneselfSee also 身に覚えのある
- There's somebody here who did it, isn't there?
1. greatness is comparative; there is always someone better than youProverb
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1. having spirit; (being) staunch; having backboneSee also 骨 ほね
1. to have both the looks and the substance; to be a compassionate and just person; to be interesting and instructive