Words — 122 found
1. to live; to exist
2. to make a living; to subsist
3. to be in effect; to be in use; to function
4. to come to life; to be enlivened
5. to be safe (in baseball, go, etc.)
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1. practical use; application
- かつよう 。
- As a politician, he makes utmost use of his acting ability.
2. conjugation; inflectionlinguistics terminology
- ふかけつ 、
- かつよう 。
- Conjugation of irregular verbs - essential for those learning English.
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1. activity (of a person, organization, animal, volcano, etc.); action
2. movie (esp. during the silent movie period)Abbreviation, Obsolete term, See also 活動写真
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1. ikebana; Japanese art of flower arrangement
- Flower arrangement is a traditional art in Japan.
2. fresh flower; natural flowerOnly applies to せいか
生花 【いけばな】、活け花 【いけばな】、活花 【いけばな】、生花 【せいか】、活花 【せいか】
1. in a lively way; vividly; freshly; animatedly; actively; energetically
1. activity (esp. energetic); great efforts; conspicuous service
- I see you're doing very well in your business.
2. to flourish; to participate actively; to play an active role
- おも 。
- I hope things have been going well for you.
1. printing type; movable type
2. printed text; print
1. to make (the best) use of; to put to good use; to leverage (skills, attributes, experience, etc.); to capitalise on (experience, etc.)
2. to let live; to keep alive
3. to revive; to resuscitate; to bring back to life
- い 。
- We used emergency measures to revive the cardiac arrest patient.
4. to restore (a deleted passage; in proofreading)
1. to arrange (flowers); to plant
- She likes to arrange flowers.
2. living; liveOnly applies to 生ける
1. living; being aliveAntonym: 死に
2. freshness; liveliness; vitality
3. situation in which a group of stones cannot be captured because it contains two or more gaps (in go)
4. stet; leave as-is (proofreading)Usually written using kana alone, usually イキ
1. activationChemistry term
2. stimulation (e.g. of an economy); revitalization (e.g. of a town); rejuvenation; invigoration
- Therefore, they cannot catalyze deregulation without "external pressure".