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1. foot; paw; arm (of an octopus, squid, etc.)esp. 足
  • また
  • あし
  • しびれた
  • My foot's asleep again!
2. legesp. 脚,肢
  • ~、
  • イマイチ
  • なんだ
  • ねえ
  • この
  • あし
  • あたり
  • せん
  • とか
  • さぁ
  • なんとかなんない
  • This drawing is less than great. He needs to do something with the line here at the back of the leg.
3. gait
4. pace
5. bottom structural component (i.e. radical) of a kanjiusu. 脚
6. means of transportationOnly applies to 足
7. money; coinArchaism, See also お足
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脚 【あし】肢 【あし】
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1. counter for pairs of socks, shoes, etc.
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1. footprints
2. record of page visitors (e.g. in social networking sites)Computer terminology
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足あと 【あしあと】足跡 【そくせき】
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Ichidan verb, intransitive verb
1. to be sufficient; to be enough
  • これだけ
  • りょう
  • しょくりょう食料
  • いっしゅうかん一週間
  • キャンプ
  • 足りる
  • でしょうか
  • Will this much food do for a week's camping?
2. to be worth doing; to be worthy of; to deserveSee also 取るに足りない, in the form に足りる after a verb
3. to do (the job); to serve; to answer
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Godan verb with su ending, Transitive verb
1. to add (numbers)
  • する
  • ために
  • 17
  • なに
  • 足せば
  • よい
  • What do you have to add to 17 to get 60?
2. to add (something); to top up (with something)
  • もし
  • コーヒー
  • すぎれば
  • いくらか
  • おゆお湯
  • 足して
  • くだ下さい
  • If the coffee is too strong, add some more water.
3. to take care of (e.g. one's business)See also 用を足す
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Godan verb with ru ending, intransitive verb
1. to be sufficient; to be enoughSee also 足りる
2. to be worth doing; to be worthy of; to deservein the form に足る after a verb
3. to do (the job); to serve; to answer
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Noun, No-adjective
1. at one's feet; underfoot; one's step (as in "watch your step")
  • 飲み
  • 過ぎて
  • なんか
  • あしもと足元
  • フラフラ
  • する
  • I drank too much and the ground seemed to spin under my feet.
2. gait; pace; step
3. most recent; current
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足もと 【あしもと】足下 【あしもと】足許 【あしもと】
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1. sound of footsteps
2. sense or sign that something is approachingOnly applies to あしおと
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跫音 【あしおと】跫 【あしおと】跫音 【きょうおん】
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1. gait; walk; stride; pace; step; manner of walking
  • かのじょ彼女の
  • あしど足取り
  • ようせい妖精
  • のように
  • かろ軽やか
  • だった
  • Her footsteps were as light as a fairy's.
2. trace (e.g. of route taken by hunted criminal); track; trail; movements
  • けいさつ警察
  • ようぎしゃ容疑者
  • あしど足取り
  • まだ
  • つかめていない
  • The police have found no trace of the suspect yet.
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足どり 【あしどり】
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1. foothold; footing; toehold; stepping stone
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足掛かり 【あしがかり】足掛り 【あしがかり】
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Noun, Suru verb
1. stepping (in place); stamping (up and down); stomping; marking time (for a soldier)
2. standstill; stalemate
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足ぶみ 【あしぶみ】
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1. tabi; Japanese socks (with split toe)
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単皮 【たび】
単皮: Ateji (phonetic) reading.
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Noun - used as a suffix
1. just under; a little less than; just short of
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あし 足手
Na-adjective, Noun
1. impediment; burden; encumbrance; hindrance; drag
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足手纏い 【あしでまとい】足でまとい 【あしでまとい】足手纒い 【あしでまとい】足手まとい 【あしてまとい】足手纏い 【あしてまとい】足手纒い 【あしてまとい】
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1. briskly (walk); at a quick pace
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足速に 【あしばやに】
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1. struggling; pawing (e.g. horses' hooves)Usually written using kana alone
  • あが足掻き
  • とれない
  • She is struggling helplessly.
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足搔き 【あがき】
足搔き: Out-dated kanji.
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Kanji — 1 found

7 strokes. JLPT N4. Jōyō kanji, taught in grade 1.
leg, foot, be sufficient, counter for pairs of footwear
On: ソク
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Sentences — 1046 found

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    • あなた
    • びいしき美意識
    • まんぞく満足
    • させる
    • もの
    • なに
    • ですか
    What is it that satisfies your aesthetic sense? Tatoeba
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Names — 415 found

あしたか 【足】
Family or surname
1. Ashitaka
たる 【足】
1. Taru
たんぬ 【足】
Unclassified name
1. Tannu
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