Words — 142 found
1. pull; patronage; influence
- かん 。
- The angler felt a strong tug on the line.
1. draw (in competition); tie game
2. Tie (draw)To tie or draw is to finish a competition with identical ... Read more
1. to move (house); to change residence
引っこす 【ひっこす】、引越す 【ひきこす】、引き越す 【ひきこす】
引越す: Irregular okurigana usage.
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- The clean towels are in the drawer.
2. withdrawal (of money from an account)not 抽斗,抽匣
3. variety of knowledge and experience useful for handling things impromptunot 抽斗,抽匣
引出し 【ひきだし】、抽き出し 【ひきだし】、抽出し 【ひきだし】、抽斗 【ひきだし】、抽匣 【ひきだし】
抽斗: Out-dated kanji or kanji usage.
1. to pull out; to take out; to draw out
- ひきだ 。
- I opened the envelope and pulled out a letter.
2. to lead out (e.g. a horse from a stable); to summon (e.g. to court); to bring (e.g. someone to the negotiating table); to drag
3. to withdraw (money); to draw
- ひきだ 。
- Taro drew 10,000 yen from the bank.
4. to bring out (talent, potential, beauty, flavour, etc.); to extract (information, the truth, etc.); to get (e.g. an answer out of someone); to obtain (e.g. a result); to elicit; to draw (a conclusion); to derive (e.g. pleasure)
- ひきだ 。
- He drew his conclusions based on that survey.
5. to get (money) out of someone; to coax out of someone; to get someone to pay; to make someone produce (funds)
引出す 【ひきだす】、引きだす 【ひきだす】
1. to take on; to undertake; to accept; to take charge of; to assume responsibility for
2. to take over; to inherit
3. to guarantee; to vouch for
4. to contract (a disease)
引受ける 【ひきうける】、引きうける 【ひきうける】、引受る 【ひきうける】
引受る: Irregular okurigana usage.
1. to turn back; to go back; to come back; to return; to retrace one's steps
引返す 【ひきかえす】、引きかえす 【ひきかえす】
1. to detain; to check; to restrain
引止める 【ひきとめる】、引き留める 【ひきとめる】
引止める: Irregular okurigana usage.
1. to drag along; to pull
- い 。
- I dragged the heavy baggage to the airport.
2. to force someone along
3. to prolong; to drag out
4. to influence strongly; to seduce
引ずる 【ひきずる】、引き摺る 【ひきずる】、引摺る 【ひきずる】
引摺る: Irregular okurigana usage.
1. to pull up; to drag up; to lift up
- Give me a hoist.
2. to increase; to raise (e.g. taxes)
- ちかぢか 、
- Will the government raise the consumption tax soon?
3. to withdraw; to leave; to pull out; to retire
- ひきあ 。
- He retired to his own room after supper.
4. to promote (someone to a higher position)
5. to return home
6. to expedite the scheduleArchaism
引上げる 【ひきあげる】、引き揚げる 【ひきあげる】、引きあげる 【ひきあげる】、引揚げる 【ひきあげる】、ひき上げる 【ひきあげる】
1. to take into one's possession; to receive; to accept; to collect; to claim
- こば 。
- I complained, but they refused to take this sweater back.
2. to take into one's care (e.g. person, pet); to take custody of; to adopt
- そだ 。
- He adopted a war orphan and is bringing her up as a foster daughter.
3. to leave; to go away; to withdraw; to get out
引取る 【ひきとる】、引きとる 【ひきとる】
引取る: Irregular okurigana usage.
1. to pull down; to lower; to reduce; to withdraw
1. to cause; to induce; to bring about; to provoke
2. to pull upright; to help up (e.g. a fallen person)引き起こす, etc. only
引きおこす 【ひきおこす】、ひき起こす 【ひきおこす】、引き起す 【ひきおこす】、引起す 【ひきおこす】、引起こす 【ひきおこす】、ひき起す 【ひきおこす】、惹き起こす 【ひきおこす】、惹き起す 【ひきおこす】
1. to take over; to hand over
引継ぐ 【ひきつぐ】、引きつぐ 【ひきつぐ】
引継ぐ: Irregular okurigana usage.
1. to deliver; to extradite; to stretch across; to hand over
引渡す 【ひきわたす】、引きわたす 【ひきわたす】
1. continuously; continually; without a break
2. next; then; after that