Jisho

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Words — 44 found

Noun, used as a suffix, Noun
1. arranged; taken care of; settled; completed; finishedpronounced ずみ only when a suffix
Other forms
済み 【すみ】済 【ずみ】済 【すみ】
Notes
済: Irregular okurigana usage. 済: Irregular okurigana usage.
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Godan verb with 'mu' ending, Intransitive verb
1. to finish; to end; to be completed
    10
  • ちょっと
  • まえ
  • しごと仕事
  • 済んだ
We got through the work just before ten.
Godan verb with 'mu' ending, Intransitive verb
2. to merely result in something less severe than expected
  • しかし
  • かれ
  • おお大きな
  • けが
  • なく
  • かる軽い
  • だぼくしょう打撲傷
  • 済んだ
However he wasn't seriously hurt and got away with light bruising.
Godan verb with 'mu' ending, Intransitive verb
3. to feel at ease
Godan verb with 'mu' ending, Intransitive verb
4. to feel unease or guilt for troubling someone; to be sorryin the negative
Other forms
濟む 【すむ】
Notes
濟む: Out-dated kanji or kanji usage.
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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
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2. thank you; you shouldn't have; it's too muchUsually written using kana alone, Polite (teineigo) language
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Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
1. to finish; to make an end of; to get through with; to let end
Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
2. to make do (with); to manage (with)
Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
3. to resolve; to settle; to bring to a conclusion
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I-adjective (keiyoushi)
1. inexcusable; unjustifiable; unpardonableUsually written using kana alone
I-adjective (keiyoushi)
2. sorry; remorseful; apologetic; conscience-stricken; contrite
  • 待たせて
  • すまなかった
I am sorry to have kept you waiting.
3. excuse me; (I'm) sorry; thank youSee also 済みません
  • すまない
  • いま
  • ぼく
  • いっぱい
  • なのだ
Excuse me, but I'm tied up now.
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Godan verb with 'su' ending, Transitive verb
1. to finish; to get it over with; to conclude
  • まで
  • かのじょ彼女
  • ゆうしょく夕食
  • 済まして
  • しまっている
  • だろう
By 7:00 she will have eaten dinner.
Godan verb with 'su' ending, Transitive verb
2. to settle; to pay back
  • でんわ電話
  • 済まそう
  • おも思いました
I thought I could settle it by phone.
Godan verb with 'su' ending, Transitive verb
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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Noun
1. Jeju (special self-governing province and island in South Korea)
Place
2. Saishuu
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3. Jeju
Other forms
済州 【さいしゅう】
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Noun
1. Cheju National UniversityOrganization name
Place
2. Cheju National University
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Noun, Suru verb, Transitive verb
1. redemption; salvationBuddhism
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Noun
1. "completed" (rubber) stampSee also シャチハタ
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済み印 【すみいん】
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Noun
1. saving the world; promoting national welfare
Other forms
済世 【せいせい】
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Noun
1. paying back in installments (instalments); amortization plan (amortisation)
Noun
2. gradual demolition; gradual erosion; gradual dismantlement
Other forms
済し崩し 【なしくずし】
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Na-adjective (keiyodoshi)
1. sorry; apologetic; remorsefulUsually written using kana alone
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1. excuse me; I'm sorryUsually written using kana alone, See also すまない
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さいしゅうこくさいくうこう 済州国際空港
Place
1. Saishuukokusai Airport
Wikipedia definition
2. Jeju International AirportJeju International Airport Revised Romanization of Korean... Read more
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さいもっじょうやく 済物浦条約
Noun
1. Japan–Korea Treaty of 1882; Treaty of ChemulpoHistorical term
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2. Japan–Korea Treaty of 1882The Japan-Korea Treaty of 1882, also known as the Treaty ... Read more
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Kanji — 1 found

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11 strokes. JLPT N3. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 6.
settle (debt, etc.), relieve (burden), finish, come to an end, excusable, need not
On: サイ セイ
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Sentences — 425 found

  • jreibun/3226/1
      日本は戦後の高度経済成長期において、
    • ねん
    • じゅっパーセント/じっパーセント10%
    • もの経済成長があったという。
    During Japan’s postwar period of rapid economic growth, the economy grew by as much as 10% per year. Jreibun
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