Words — 56 found
1. to put; to place
- Lay it on the table.
2. to leave (behind)
- As it happens, I have left the camera at home.
3. to establish (an organization, a facility, a position, etc.); to set up
4. to appoint (someone to a certain position); to hire; to employ
5. to place (one's trust, one's faith, etc.); to bear (in mind, etc.)
6. to put down a tool (e.g. a pen) hence stopping what one is doing with that tool
7. to take in (boarders, etc.); to provide lodging in one's house
8. to separate spatially or temporally
9. to do something in advanceUsually written using kana alone, after the -te form of a verb
- She always keeps her room clean.
10. to leave something in a certain state; to keep something in a certain stateUsually written using kana alone, after the -te form of a verb
Common word Links
1. leaving behind; desertion; abandonmentusu. as 置き去りにする
置きざり 【おきざり】、置去り 【おきざり】
1. to replace; to move; to change the position of
置きかえる 【おきかえる】、置き替える 【おきかえる】
1. clock to be placed on tables, bookshelves, etc. (as opposed to a watch)
1. letter left behind by someone who has departed; farewell letter
1. walking off with someone's bag; luggage theft
- Somebody swiped my bag.
2. luggage thief
1. place for something; storehouse
Common word Links
1. ornament; decorative object; object placed in a tokonoma
2. figurehead; leader without real power
置き物: Irregular okurigana usage.
1. put; placeUsually written using kana alone, See also 置く おく, imperative
2. leaveUsually written using kana alone, See also 置く おく, imperative
3. do (in preparation)Usually written using kana alone, See also 置く おく, imperative; after -te form of verb
- If we're going to play, make your mind up about the rules!
1. repeated at intervals; every other (day, week, month, ...)Usually written using kana alone
1. I wish I had ...; I should have ...; it would have been better if I had ...Usually written using kana alone, usu. verb-て...
- I wish I had seen the film.