Words — 24 found
1. to collapse; to crumble
- み 。
- Those books look as if they're going to topple over any minute.
2. to get out of shape; to lose one's shape; to become disorganized; to become untidy
- くず 。
- At the bus stop, people waited in orderly lines, but as soon as the bus pulled up, the line broke up.
3. to break down; to be thrown into disarray
4. to crash (stock market); to slump; to decline
5. to break money into small change
- Can you break a 1000 yen bill?
6. to turn bad (e.g. weather); to change for the worse; to deteriorate
- I do not believe the weather will change for the worse next week.
1. to destroy; to demolish; to pull down; to tear down; to level
2. to disturb; to put into disorder; to throw off balance; to make shaky
3. to relax (one's pose); to make oneself at ease
4. to break (a bill); to change; to make changeoft. 札を崩す, etc.
5. to write in cursive style; to write in running styleoft. as 字を崩す
6. to break into a smile; to let off a smileas 顔を崩す, etc.
7. to lower (a price)
1. collapse; crumbling; breaking down; caving in
- The Tudor Dynasty fell in the year 1603.
2. (radioactive) decay; disintegrationPhysics terminology, See also α崩壊
1. decay chain
2. Decay chainIn nuclear science, the decay chain refers to the radioac... Read more
1. death (of an emperor); demiseHonorific or respectful (sonkeigo)
2. Demise of the CrownIn relation to the shared monarchy of the Commonwealth re... Read more
1. to begin to crumble
2. to crumble and fall (or collapse) onto another object
崩れ掛かる 【くずれかかる】、崩れ掛る 【くずれかかる】
1. on the brink of collapse; in a state of near-collapseYojijukugo (four character compound)
1. to collapse (physically or emotionally); to fall downUsually written using kana alone