Jisho

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Words — 8 found

Noun
1. weight (e.g. paperweight); pressing down
2. keeping control; exercising authority
3. having self-control; exercising self-discipline
4. defense; guard; deterrence
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押さえ 【おさえ】押え 【おさえ】
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Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
1. to pin down; to hold down; to press downalso written as 圧さえる
  • この
  • はしご
  • しっかり
  • 押さえて
  • くれ
  • Hold this ladder steady.
2. to cover (esp. a part of one's body with one's hand); to clutch (a body part in pain); to press (a body part)
3. to get a hold of; to obtain; to seize; to catch; to arrest
  • けいさつ警察
  • その
  • ごうとう強盗
  • くび
  • 押さえた
  • The police seized the robber by the neck.
4. to grasp (a point); to comprehend
  • わたし
  • かれ
  • わたし私の
  • あっこう悪口
  • 言っている
  • ところ
  • 押さえた
  • I caught him speaking ill of me.
5. to quell; to subdue; to suppress; to repress; to hold back; to check; to curb; to containSee also 抑える おさえる
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押える 【おさえる】
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さえ
Godan verb with mu ending, Transitive verb
1. to pin down; to immobilize; to immobilise; to control; to suppress
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押え込む 【おさえこむ】押さえこむ 【おさえこむ】
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さえつける
Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
1. to press down; to hold down; to pin down
2. to suppress (feelings, disorder, opposition, etc.); to repress
Other forms
抑えつける 【おさえつける】押えつける 【おさえつける】押さえ付ける 【おさえつける】押え付ける 【おさえつける】抑え付ける 【おさえつける】
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さえ
Noun
1. holding down (esp. in judo); holding technique; pinning down; immobilizing; bringing under control
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抑え込み 【おさえこみ】
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Noun
1. metal rod in a wooden plane which holds the chip breaker against the blade
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Noun
1. groove in the body of wooden plane which holds the blade
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Kanji — 1 found

9.177419941114463
8 strokes. JLPT N3. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
push, stop, check, subdue, attach, seize, weight, shove, press, seal, do in spite of
On: オウ
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Sentences — 26 found

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    • いつも
    • きゃたつ脚立
    • つか使ってる
    • んです
    • けど
    • 、・・・
    • 揺れて
    • こわ怖くて
    • ・・・
    • だから
    • 押さえていて
    • 欲しい
    • んです
    I always use the steps, but...it's scary how they wobble...so I'd like you to hold them steady. Tatoeba
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