Words — 5 found

Na-adjective (keiyodoshi), Noun
1. disliked; hated; disagreeableAntonym: 好き すき
  • あなた
  • しごと仕事
  • きに気に入っている
  • おも思います
  • 」「
  • いや
  • それどころか
  • きら嫌い
  • です
"I think you like your job." "On the contrary, I hate it."
2. tendency; smack (of); touch (of)Usually written using kana alone, See also 嫌いがある
  • くん
  • いきす行き過ぎ
  • きら嫌い
  • ある
Jim tends to go too far.
3. distinction; discriminationUsually written using kana alone
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Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Adverb (fukushi), Conjunction
1. without discrimination; indiscriminate; without distinction; without differentiation
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Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Godan verb with 'ru' ending (irregular verb)
1. to have a tendency to; to be liable to; to have a touch of; to have a smack ofUsually written using kana alone
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Kanji — 1 found

13 strokes. JLPT N1. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
dislike, detest, hate
On: ケン ゲン
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Sentences — 195 found

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    • そと
    • で遊ぶのが嫌いなため、小さい頃から
    • へや部屋
    • の中で本を読んで過ごすことが多かった。
    Since my daughter does not like playing outside, she has often spent her time reading indoors since she was small. Jreibun
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