Jisho

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Words — 28 found

Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
1. to go out to meet; to receive; to welcome; to greet; to salute; to hail
  • いしゃ医者
  • むか迎え
  • やった
  • とき
  • かれ
  • びょうき病気になって
  • いっしゅうかん1週間
  • たっていた
He had been ill for a week when they sent for a doctor.
Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
2. to call for; to summon; to invite
  • かれ
  • すぐに
  • むか迎えて
  • やる
  • こと
  • 決まった
It was decided that he should be sent for at once.
Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
3. to accept (e.g. as a member of a group or family); to take (e.g. a wife)
  • しゅしょう首相
  • さんこのれい三顧の礼
  • もって
  • かれ
  • ほうむだいじん法務大臣
  • むか迎えた
The Prime Minister has won his services as Minister for Justice.
Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
4. to reach (a certain time, a point in one's life, etc.); to enter (a new phase, new era, etc.); to approach (e.g. death)
  • よい
  • とし
  • むかお迎え
  • ください
I wish you a Happy New Year.
Other forms
邀える 【むかえる】
Notes
邀える: Rarely-used kanji form.
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Noun, Suru verb, Transitive verb
1. intercept; interception; counter-attack
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Noun, Suru verb, Intransitive verb
1. ingratiation; pandering; catering (to); going along with (someone or something); accommodating oneself (e.g. to public opinion)
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Noun
1. reception hall (esp. for visiting state dignitaries); guest house
Noun
2. State Guest House (esp. Akasaka palace, also guest house in Kyoto)
Place
3. Geihinkan
Wikipedia definition
4. Akasaka PalaceAkasaka Palace is a former imperial residence that functi... Read more
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Noun
1. hair of the dog; morning drink to get rid of a hangover
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Godan verb with 'tsu' ending, Transitive verb
1. to meet (the enemy) and attack; to engage (the approaching enemy); to confront; to intercept
Other forms
邀え撃つ 【むかえうつ】
Notes
邀え撃つ: Rarely-used kanji form.
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むか
Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Kuru verb - special class
1. to come to meet (someone); to come to pick up
Other forms
迎えにくる 【むかえにくる】
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Noun
1. person who goes to greet someone (e.g. at the airport)See also 送り人 おくりびと
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Noun
1. welcoming fire for returning spirits (on the first night of the Bon festival)See also お盆, Antonym: 送り火
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Noun
1. New Year's greetingsesp. on New Year's cards
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Noun
1. sticking out one's tongue when putting food in one's mouthColloquial
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Noun
1. welcoming honored guests (esp. from overseas)
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Kanji — 1 found

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7 strokes. JLPT N3. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
welcome, meet, greet
On: ゲイ
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Sentences — 272 found

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      次の日のテスト勉強をしているとき、友だちが突然部屋に遊びに来た。私はニコニコ笑って
    • むかえい迎え入れた
    • が、
    • ないしん内心
    • では
    • めいわく迷惑
    • に思っていた。
    While I was studying for the next day’s test, a friend unexpectedly came to visit me in my room. I welcomed him with a big smile, but the truth of the matter was that I was actually annoyed. Jreibun
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Names — 61 found

ぎょう 【迎】
Family or surname
1. Gyou
げい 【迎】
Family or surname
1. Gei
むかい 【迎】
Family or surname
1. Mukai
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