Jisho

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Words — 1 found

Godan verb with mu ending
1. to step into (e.g. someone else's territory); to break into; to raid
  • くんし君子
  • おそ恐れて
  • ふみこ踏み込まぬ
  • ところ
  • ぐしゃ愚者
  • とつにゅう突入
  • する
  • Fools rush in where angels fear to tread.
Godan verb with mu ending
2. to come to grips with; to get to the core of
  • くわ詳しい
  • こと
  • ぜんぶ全部
  • わかる
  • まで
  • あわてて
  • そのばその場
  • ふみこむ
  • けんとう見当がつく
  • まで
  • しんちょう慎重に
  • かまえて
  • おれ
  • Don't rush into the situation until you have all the details; hold your horses until you know where you are going.
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Kanji — 2 found

4.204863509141798
15 strokes. JLPT N1. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
step, trample, carry through, appraise, evade payment
On: トウ
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7.85140489258842
5 strokes. JLPT N3. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
crowded, mixture, in bulk, included, (kokuji)
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Sentences — 4 found

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    • くわ詳しい
    • こと
    • ぜんぶ全部
    • わかる
    • まで
    • あわてて
    • そのばその場
    • ふみこむ
    • けんとう見当がつく
    • まで
    • しんちょう慎重に
    • かまえて
    • おれ
    Don't rush into the situation until you have all the details; hold your horses until you know where you are going. Tatoeba
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