Words — 42 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 to apologize or get someone's attention
2. thank you; you shouldn't have; it's too muchUsually 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
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1. paying back in installments (instalments); amortization plan (amortisation)
2. gradual demolition; gradual erosion; gradual dismantlement
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