Words — 8 found

I-adjective (keiyoushi)
1. new; novel; fresh; recent; latest; up-to-date; modern
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新らしい 【あたらしい】
新らしい: Irregular okurigana usage.
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1. neophilia; love of new or novel things; one who loves new or novel thingsSee also 新し物好き, irreg. variant of 新し物好き
  • わたし
  • って
  • あたらしいものず新しいもの好き
  • みせ
  • しんせいひん新製品
  • みる
  • すぐ
  • 買って
  • しまう
  • でも
  • そのうち
  • はんぶん半分
  • しっぱい失敗
  • する
I love trying out new things, so I always buy products as soon as they hit the store shelves. Of course, half the time I end up wishing I hadn't.
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新しい物好き 【あたらしいものずき】
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あたらほんしゅ 資本主義
Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Noun
1. New Capitalism (concept proposed by Fumio Kishida)Economics
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1. liberated woman
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Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Ichidan verb
1. to add a new page (e.g. to the annals of history)Idiomatic expression
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Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Godan verb with ku ending
1. to begin a new chapter (in)Idiomatic expression
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あたらさけふるかわぶくろ 革袋
Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.)
1. to put new wine into old wineskins; to put new wine into old bottlesIdiomatic expression
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Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Godan verb with ru ending
1. to turn the page; to turn over a new leafIdiomatic expression
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Kanji — 1 found

13 strokes. JLPT N4. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 2.
On: シン
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Sentences — 1016 found

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    • ぐたいてき具体的
    • なことは決めていない。
    I would like to start something new when I become a college student, but I haven’t decided on anything specific. Jreibun
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