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Words — 13 found

Godan verb with gu ending, Transitive verb
1. to stop up; to close up; to block (up); to plug up; to shut up; to cover (ears, eyes, etc.); to close (eyes, mouth)
2. to stand in the way; to obstruct
3. to occupy; to fill up; to take up
4. to perform one's role; to do one's duty
Godan verb with gu ending, intransitive verb
5. to feel depressed; to be in low spirits; to mopeSee also 鬱ぐ ふさぐ
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Godan verb with ru ending, intransitive verb
1. to be closed; to be blocked; to be healed (e.g. wound); to be shut upUsually written using kana alone
  • どうろ道路
  • たお倒れた
  • ふさ塞がっていた
  • The road is blocked with fallen trees.
2. to be clogged; to be plugged upUsually written using kana alone
  • あおむあお向け
  • 寝る
  • した
  • ノドチンコ
  • ノド
  • おく
  • 下がる
  • ため
  • じょうきどう上気道
  • ふさ塞がり
  • やすく
  • なります
  • If you sleep on your back it's easier for your upper airway to be obstructed because your tongue, uvula, etc. slip towards the back of your throat.
3. to be occupied; to be taken (e.g. accommodation)Usually written using kana alone
  • この
  • いす椅子
  • ふさがっています
  • Is this seat taken?
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塞がる 【ふたがる】
Notes
ふたがる: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage.
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Godan verb with ku ending, Transitive verb
1. to dam (up) (stream)
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堰く 【せく】
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Godan verb with mu ending, intransitive verb
1. to mope; to brood; to be in low spirits; to have the blues
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塞ぎ込む 【ふさぎこむ】鬱ぎ込む 【ふさぎこむ】
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Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
1. to dam up; to hold back; to keep back; to bring to a halt; to intercept
  • かわ
  • みず
  • せき止める
  • ために
  • ていぼう堤防
  • けんせつ建設
  • された
  • A bank was built to keep back the water of the river.
2. to stem (an activity); to check (e.g. progress)
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堰き止める 【せきとめる】塞き止める 【せきとめる】
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Noun
1. SerbiaUsually written using kana alone
Notes
塞爾維: Ateji (phonetic) reading.
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Noun
1. traveler's guardian deity (traveller)
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2. Dōsojinis a generic name for a type of Shinto kami popularly wor... Read more
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道祖神 【どうそしん】道祖神 【さいのかみ】道祖神 【さえのかみ】塞の神 【さいのかみ】塞の神 【さえのかみ】障の神 【さいのかみ】障の神 【さえのかみ】
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Noun, No-adjective
1. embolus; abnormal substance (i.e. air) circulating in the blood
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2. EmbolismIn medicine, an embolism (plural embolisms; from the Gree... Read more
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Noun
1. being closed; being blocked up; being occupied; hindrance; impedanceSee also 塞がる
2. unlucky direction (in Onmyōdō; due to the presence of a god such as Ten'ichijin)See also 陰陽道, See also 天一神
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塞がり 【ふたがり】
Notes
ふたがり: Out-dated or obsolete kana usage.
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Expression
1. the future is unpredictable; unscrutable are the ways of heaven; the irony of fateProverb, See also 人間万事塞翁が馬
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Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
1. to close up; to block up; to fill; to cover
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Kanji — 1 found

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13 strokes. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
close, shut, cover, block, obstruct
On: ソク サイ
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Sentences — 14 found

  • 75262
    • にほん日本
    • しんぞうびょう心臓病
    • わずら患う
    • ひと
    • おお多い
    • よう
    • です
    • リビア
    • でも
    • しんきんこうそく心筋梗塞
    • になる
    • ひと
    • さいきん最近
    • とても
    • 増えています
    Many people suffer from heart disease in Japan, but in Libya those having heart attacks have also increased a lot recently. Tatoeba
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Names — 5 found

さいのかみトンネル 【塞の神トンネル】
Place
1. Sainokami tunnel
さいのかみ 【塞ノ神】
Place
1. Sainokami
さいのとうげ 【塞峠】
Place
1. Sainotouge
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