Words — 18 found
1. to see; to look; to watch; to view; to observe
- Let's begin with the fifth line on page 10.
2. to examine; to look over; to assess; to check; to judge
- My head is swimming, so I'll try writing any-old stuff without any deep thought.
3. to look after; to attend to; to take care of; to keep an eye onSee also 看る
- I can't look after my parents and such either.
4. to experience; to meet with (misfortune, success, etc.)
- い ？
- Would you like to take in a movie?
5. to try ...; to have a go at ...; to give ... a tryUsually written using kana alone, after the -te form of a verb
- We should try to understand one another.
6. to see (that) ...; to find (that) ...Usually written using kana alone, as 〜てみると, 〜てみたら, 〜てみれば, etc.
観る 【みる】、視る 【みる】
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1. very fast; in a twinkle; before one's eyesUsually written using kana alone
1. discerning eye; an eye (for something); good judgement
- Tom has an eye for modern art.
2. public eye; (in) the eyes of others; people watching; public opinion
3. appearance; sight; impression
4. point of view; way of looking (at)
1. mere shadow of one's former self; having no trace left (of former glories, talent, looks, etc.); unrecognizable (as the person one used to be); unrecognisableIdiomatic expression
1. (so miserable that it is) painful to look at; painful to watchIdiomatic expression
1. to be unable to just watch (without doing anything); to be unable stand (idly) by; to be unable to look on with indifference; to be unable to remain a mere spectatorSee also 見かねる
1. lacking the power of observation; not being observant; having a poor eye (for)
1. Yama's pole with a human head on the top (able to discern good and evil of the dead)See also 閻魔
2. (being a) fuss-pot; complaining about things in the public eye
1. there is a great difference between being told about something and actually seeing it with your own eyesProverb