Jisho

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Words — 6 found

Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
1. to hold or carry under or in the arms
  • あわてて
  • にもつ荷物
  • かかえて
  • いえ
  • かえ帰って
  • みたら
  • You should grab your bag and hurry home.
2. to have (esp. problems, debts, etc.)
  • ここ
  • すうねん数年
  • みなみアれんぽう南ア連邦
  • じんしゅもんだい人種問題
  • かかえて
  • きた
  • The Union of South Africa has had racial problems in recent years.
3. to employ; to engage; to hire
  • かれ
  • あのように
  • わか若い
  • のに
  • やしな養わ
  • なければならない
  • だいかぞく大家族
  • かかえ抱えている
  • Young as he is, he has a large family to support.
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Godan verb with mu ending, Transitive verb
1. to hold a thing in one's arms; to carry in one's arms; to embrace (e.g. a baby)
2. to take upon oneself; to be saddled with
Other forms
かかえ込む 【かかえこむ】抱えこむ 【かかえこむ】
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かか
Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
1. to gather up into one's arms; to lift; to carry
Other forms
抱えあげる 【かかえあげる】
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Noun
1. employer (esp. of a geisha, prostitute, etc.); master; mistress
Other forms
抱主 【かかえぬし】
Notes
抱主: Irregular okurigana usage.
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Noun
1. employer (esp. of a geisha, prostitute, etc.); master; mistressArchaism, See also 抱え主
Other forms
抱手 【かかえて】
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Kanji — 1 found

10.131220239177056
8 strokes. JLPT N3. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
embrace, hug, hold in arms
On: ホウ
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Sentences — 52 found

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    • その
    • おんなのこ女の子
    • すうさつ数冊
    • ほん
    • かか抱えていた
    • きょうかしょ教科書
    • じゃなく
    • ぶあつ分厚い
    • じょうせいぼん上製本
    The girl was carrying several books. Not textbooks, but thick hardback books. Tatoeba
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