Words — 1 found

Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
1. to show; to display
  • あなた
  • なん
  • まい
  • しゃしん写真
  • 見せ
  • ましょう
I will show you some pictures.
Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
2. to make (something or someone) look ...; to present an appearance of ...
Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
3. to make (something) worth watching; to be entertaining
Auxiliary verb, Ichidan verb
4. to make a show of (doing); to do in a conspicuous manner; to do in view of othersafter the -te form of a verb
Auxiliary verb, Ichidan verb
5. to resolve to do; to do at any cost; to show others that one will ...after the -te form of a verb
  • いし石にかじりついても
  • せいこう成功
  • して
  • みせる
I will succeed at any cost.
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Kanji — 1 found

7 strokes. JLPT N5. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 1.
see, hopes, chances, idea, opinion, look at, visible
On: ケン
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Sentences — 270 found

  • jreibun/28/1
    • だいごみ醍醐味
    • は、なんといっても
    • ふたり2人
    • のプレーヤーが
    • あうん阿吽
    • こきゅう呼吸
    • で見せる
    • れんけい連携
    • プレーである。
    • こうえいせんしゅ後衛選手
    • がベースラインぎりぎりの深いボールを
    • くりだ繰り出し
    • みぎ
    • ひだり
    • に相手に
    • 揺さぶり
    • をかけると、
    • いっしゅん一瞬
    • の甘いボールをとらえて
    • ぜんえいせんしゅ前衛選手
    • が鋭いボレーを
    • あいて相手
    • コートの
    • くうげき空隙
    • たたきつ叩き付ける
    • ふたり2人
    • いき
    • の合ったプレーがまさに
    • あっかん圧巻
    • だ。
    The best part of a tennis doubles match is the seemingly natural coordination between the two players. The back-court player hits a deep ball just short of the baseline to force the opponent to the right or left. This allows the player at the net to intersect a fast but easy ball to hit a sharp angled volley into the void in the opponent’s court. The harmonious play between the two players is truly breathtaking to see. Jreibun
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