Words — 61 found
1. to pick up
- とりあ 。
- She picked up one of the glass vases.
2. to adopt (e.g. a proposal); to accept; to take up (a topic, complaint, etc.); to listen to; to deal with; to feature
- とりあ 。
- All the papers featured the case.
3. to take away; to confiscate; to deprive (someone) of; to revoke
- とりあ 。
- He had his license taken away because of reckless driving.
4. to deliver (a baby)
5. to collect (taxes)
取りあげる 【とりあげる】、取上げる 【とりあげる】、採り上げる 【とりあげる】、とり上げる 【とりあげる】、採りあげる 【とりあげる】、採上げる 【とりあげる】
1. to harvest; to reap
2. to take in; to gather in
- くだ 。
- Please bring in the washing.
3. to adopt (e.g. idea); to accept (e.g. advice); to introduce; to borrow (e.g. word)
- We do not always take his advice.
採り入れる 【とりいれる】、取入れる 【とりいれる】、取りいれる 【とりいれる】
1. to adopt (method, proposal, etc.); to take (measure, course of action, etc.); to decide on
- In the midst of the dollar falling hard against the Yen and other major Eastern currencies the Chinese Yuan, with China effectively taking a 'dollar peg' policy, has become cheap.
2. to pick (e.g. flowers); to gather (e.g. mushrooms); to catch (e.g. insects)
3. to extract (e.g. juice); to take (e.g. a sample)
- Please leave a urine sample in this cup.
4. to assume (an attitude)
5. to take on (workers, students); to employ; to hire
6. to draw in (e.g. water); to let in (e.g. light from a window)
1. use; adoption; acceptance
- In the 6th century, the Anglo-Saxons adopted Roman characters.
2. appointment; employment; engagement; recruitment
- はりあ 。
- City firms vied with each other to hire the brightest young staff.
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1. way of taking (e.g. photographs); manner of taking; how to take
撮り方 【とりかた】、採り方 【とりかた】、取方 【とりかた】、撮方 【とりかた】
取方: Irregular okurigana usage. 撮方: Irregular okurigana usage.
1. to be collected; to be gathered (e.g. mushrooms, etc.); to be harvested; to be minedSee also 採る
2. to be able to collect; to be able to mine
- と 。
- Spain is abundant in oranges.