Words — 7 found
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 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. having one misfortune after another; insult to injuryIdiomatic expression
1. to step on; to trample down; to tread onColloquialism, See also 踏みつける ふみつける