Words — 9 found
1. to eat
- You should eat more fruit.
2. to live on (e.g. a salary); to live off; to subsist on
- いき 。
- Lions live on other animals.
喰べる: Irregular kanji usage.
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. food; foodstuffSee also 食物 しょくもつ
2. prey; victim
食いもの 【くいもの】、食物 【くいもの】、喰い物 【くいもの】、喰いもの 【くいもの】、喰物 【くいもの】
1. to eat; to drink; to wolf; to knock backVulgar
- As well be hanged for a sheep as a lamb.
2. to receive (e.g. a blow)
- In the past it was perfectly normal to get the back of a teacher's hand or fist as punishment.
3. to be on the receiving end (of something undesirable); to undergo (trouble)
- ちょうえき １０
- Bank robbery will cost you ten years in prison.
1. to bite at; to snap at; to nibbleSee also 食いつく くいつく
- み 、
- However, I can't help noticing, at this moment, that at first glance it seems inevitable that the shark will devour the man.
2. to get one's teeth into (metaphorically); to get to grips with; to really get intoSee also 食いつく くいつく
喰らいつく 【くらいつく】、食らい付く 【くらいつく】、喰らい付く 【くらいつく】
1. having an open hand and no end or honor tiles (meld; not allowed in some rules); having only suited tiles between 2 and 8 inclusive and having called tilesMahjong term, See also 断ヤオ九