Jisho

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辿 てん could be an inflection of 辿る, with these forms:
  • Te-iru-form. It indicates an action that is ongoing.

Words — 1 found

Godan verb with ru ending, Transitive verb
1. to follow (a road, path, etc.); to traceUsually written using kana alone
  • もり
  • なか
  • こみち小道
  • たど辿って
  • いく
  • たの楽しい
  • こと
  • It's fun to follow the path through the woods.
Godan verb with ru ending, Transitive verb
2. to follow (a clue, scent, tracks, plot, etc.); to trace (a route, history, family tree, etc.); to retrace (e.g. one's memory); to search; to go overUsually written using kana alone
  • りょうし猟師
  • くま
  • あしあと足跡
  • たどった
  • The hunter followed the bear's tracks.
Godan verb with ru ending, Transitive verb
3. to head towards (of a situation); to go in the direction of; to take (a course); to pursue (a path); to meet (a fate)Usually written using kana alone
  • かれ彼の
  • にんき人気
  • かこうせん下降線
  • たどっている
  • His popularity is falling.
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Kanji — 1 found

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6 strokes. Jinmeiyō kanji.
辿
follow (road), pursue
On: テン
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Sentences — 14 found

  • 75629
    • ようやく
    • たどりつ辿りついた
    • スキーじょうスキー場
    • ・・・
    • ゆき
    • あめ
    • 変わっていた
    We finally arrived at the ski hill... the snow had turned into rain. Tatoeba
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