Jisho

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Noun
1. being once divorced; one-time divorcee; one x mark (i.e. one name struck from the family register)Usually written using kana alone, Jocular, humorous term, See also 戸籍
  • あなた
  • わたし
  • ばついち
  • って
  • 知ってて
  • プロポーズ
  • してる
  • Are you proposing, knowing that this won't be my first marriage?
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ばつ一 【ばついち】バツ1 【バツいち】バツイチ
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Noun
1. batsu game; punishment given to the loser of a game or contest
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2. Batsu gameA Batsu game (罰ゲーム, batsu gēmu), meaning "penalty game", ... Read more
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Noun
1. being thrice divorced; three-time divorcee; three x marks (i.e. three names struck from the family register)See also 戸籍
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バツ3 【ばつさん】バツ三 【バツさん】バツ三 【ばつさん】罰三 【バツさん】罰三 【ばつさん】バツサン
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ばつ
Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Ichidan verb
1. to receive punishment; to be punished; to pay a penalty
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Noun
1. being twice divorced; two-time divorcee; two x marks (i.e. two names struck from the family register)Jocular, humorous term, Slang, See also 戸籍
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バツ二 【バツに】罰二 【ばつに】バツニ
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ばつあた
Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Ichidan verb
1. to punish (e.g. a child, etc.)
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Kanji — 1 found

7.095343680709535
14 strokes. JLPT N1. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
penalty, punishment
On: バツ バチ ハツ
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Sentences — 23 found

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    • まった全く
    • ばつ
    • あた与えなくて
    • こども子供達
    • ちゃんとした
    • れいぎさほう礼儀作法
    • しこ仕込めます
    You can teach good manners to children without resorting to punishment. Tatoeba
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