Words — 28 found
1. piece; slice; strip; scrap
2. clothalso written as 布, 裂
- きりさ 。
- The cloth was torn to shreds.
- I wish I could get back the tone and nimbleness I once had.
- How many slices of meat would you like?
5. counter for scraps, pieces, etc.
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.
Common word JLPT N1 Links
1. gap; break; rift
2. pause; interval; interruption
3. cut; incision; notch; score
1. cloth; fabric
布地 【きれじ】、切れ地 【きれじ】、切地 【きれじ】、裂地 【きれじ】
1. being too many (to finish or complete); being too muchUsually written using kana alone
Common word Links
1. sharpness; cutting ability
2. quickness (of wit); incisiveness; technical proficiency; skill
3. peppiness (of a ball)in ball sports
斬れ味 【きれあじ】、切味 【きれあじ】、斬味 【きれあじ】
切味: Irregular okurigana usage. 斬味: Irregular okurigana usage.
1. to turn up (at the edge); to leave a clean aftertaste
1. punctuation words in haiku, renga, etc. such as "ya", "kana", "keri", etc.