Words — 40 found
1. to finish; to end; to be completed
- す 。
- We got through the work just before ten.
2. to merely result in something less severe than expected
- す 。
- However he wasn't seriously hurt and got away with light bruising.
3. to feel at ease
4. to feel unease or guilt for troubling someone; to be sorryin the negative
濟む: Out-dated kanji or kanji usage.
Common word JLPT N3 Links
1. excuse me; pardon me; I'm sorry; I beg your pardonUsually written using kana alone, Polite (teineigo) language, used both to apologize and to get someone's attention
2. thank youUsually written using kana alone, Polite (teineigo) language
1. to finish; to make an end of; to get through with; to let end
1. inexcusable; unjustifiable; unpardonableUsually written using kana alone
2. sorry; remorseful; apologetic; conscience-stricken; contrite
- I am sorry to have kept you waiting.
3. excuse me; (I'm) sorry; thank youSee also 済みません
- ぼく 、
- Excuse me, but I'm tied up now.
1. to finish; to get it over with; to conclude
- By 7:00 she will have eaten dinner.
2. to settle; to pay back
- おも 。
- I thought I could settle it by phone.
3. to get along (without something); to make do with (without)See also なしで済ます, often with で
1. Jeju (special self-governing province and island in South Korea)
1. paying back in installments (instalments); amortization plan (amortisation)
2. gradual demolition; gradual erosion; gradual dismantlement
1. Saishuukokusai Airport
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