Words — 67 found
Common word JLPT N2 Links
1. railway crossing; railroad crossing; train crossing; level crossing
- Don't cross the tracks when the alarm is ringing.
2. starting line; scratch
4. stepping over the edge of the ringSumo
5. Level crossingA level crossing (a primarily British term; usually calle... Read more
踏切り 【ふみきり】、踏み切り 【ふみきり】、踏み切 【ふみきり】
1. to step on; to tread on; to trample on
- The man did not so much as apologize for stepping on my foot.
2. to set foot on (e.g. foreign soil); to stand on; to visit
3. to experience; to undergo
- Her first appearance on the stage was in 1969.
4. to follow (rules, principles, etc.); to go through (e.g. formalities); to complete
- No matter what you do, you must follow the correct order.
5. to estimate; to guess; to judge; to value; to appraise
- I had expected stronger resistance from the enemy but if anything there are less of them as we advance to the centre... Don't you think that's strange?
6. to rhymeSee also 韻を踏む
7. to succeed to (e.g. the throne)
履む 【ふむ】、践む 【ふむ】
1. to be based on; to take into account; to build upon; to have origin in
2. to have one's feet firmly planted on; to plant oneself on
1. to brace one's legs; to stand firm; to plant one's feet (firmly on the ground)
- ふんば 。
- I braced myself against the crowd.
2. to hold out; to persist; to make an effort; to exert oneself
- かぎ 、
- If we don't make a last ditch stand at winning that contract, we may very well go under.
1. to take off; to jump; to leap
2. to take the plunge; to decide; to embark on; to venture into; to launch out into
- He embarked on his marriage with many hopes and fears.
3. to step out of the ringSumo
1. to step forward; to step forth; to advance
2. to start; to embark on; to set forth on; to take steps toward
踏みだす 【ふみだす】、踏出す 【ふみだす】
1. to step into (e.g. someone else's territory); to break into; to raid
- Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.
2. to come to grips with; to get to the core of
- Don't rush into the situation until you have all the details; hold your horses until you know where you are going.
1. following (a precedent, former policy, etc.); continuing with; sticking to; observing
1. to walk in on; to tread uponSee also 足を踏み入れる
1. stool (stood on to reach high objects); small stepladder
- If you stand on this stool, you can reach the top of the closet.
2. stepping stone
1. to miss one's footing
2. to be off the right track; to be on the wrong path
1. to lie on one's back with legs outstretched; to recline
2. to get cocky; to be arrogant
踏ん反り返る 【ふんぞりかえる】、ふん反り返る 【ふんぞりかえる】
1. to trample underfoot; to tread on; to crush with a foot
1. to trample down; to tread on
- Don't trample on the grass.
2. to ignore; to spurn
踏み付ける 【ふみつける】、踏付ける 【ふみつける】
1. to step on (a nail); to run (a nail) through one's foot
2. to put one's foot through (the floor)
踏抜く 【ふみぬく】、踏み貫く 【ふみぬく】
Common word Links
1. fumi-e; fumie; tablet bearing Christian images, on which Edo-period authorities forced suspected Christians to trampleHistorical term
2. allegiance test; loyalty test
3. Fumi-eA fumi-e (踏み絵, fumi "stepping-on" + e "picture") was a li... Read more
1. dealing fully (with); going into (issue, etc.); stepping into; breaking or rushing into