Words — 245 found
1. to hold (in one's hand); to take (into one's hand)
- What I have in my hand is a fossil seashell.
2. to own; to obtain
- How much money have you obtained?
1. to unite; to join; to do together
- いっしょ 。
- We will lump together all expenses.
2. to confuse with
- Don't put me in the same class with them.
1. to neglect; to ignore; to disregard; to make light ofUsually written using kana alone
1. to fire from a jobUsually written using kana alone
1. to put an end to something; to get something over with; to quit something one has been engaged in too long or to an excessive degree
1. to eagerly look forward toIdiomatic expression
1. to take a view or perspective; to regard as; to consider to be
- し 。
- Until recently we took oil for granted.
1. to be upset; to be flurried; to be frightened (out of one's wits)
1. to act self-importantly; to be arrogant; to be high-handed; to puff upColloquialism, See also 大きな顔をする
- You're being bossy, aren't you?