Jisho

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Words — 1 found

Godan verb with mu ending, Transitive verb
1. to bite
  • ぼく僕の
  • とっても
  • よわ弱くって
  • りんご
  • かめません
  • おとこのこ男の子
  • 言いました
  • "My teeth are too weak for apples," said the boy.
2. to chew; to gnaw; to masticate
3. to fumble one's words (esp. during a play, broadcast, etc.); to falter with one's words; to stutter; to stammer
4. to crash against (e.g. of waves); to break onto (shore)
5. to engage (of cogs, zippers, etc.); to mesh; to fit together
6. to be involved inSee also 一枚噛む
7. to convince; to persuadeArchaism, used by Edo period prostitutes
Other forms
咬む 【かむ】嚙む 【かむ】嚼む 【かむ】
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Kanji — 1 found

95.92163134746102
15 strokes.
chew, bite, gnaw
On: コウ ゴウ
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Sentences — 16 found

  • 79603
    • やさい野菜
    • にくるい肉類
    • よく
    • 噛んで
    • 食べる
    • こと
    • なに何よりも
    • たいせつ大切
    • である
    It is most important to chew your food, whether vegetable or meat, before you swallow it. Tatoeba
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