Words — 387 found
1. authority; expert; connoisseur; well-informed person
- I hear that it has quite the reputation with coffee connoisseurs.
2. counter for messages, letters, notes, documents, etc.
- Here are some letters for you.
3. understanding (esp. of male-female relations); tact; insight
4. supernatural powers; magical powers
1. commuting to school; school commute
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1. commuting to work
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1. interpretation (i.e. oral translation)
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1. passage; pathway; roadway; avenue; aisle
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1. to go by; to go past; to go along; to travel along; to pass through; to use (a road); to take (a route); to go via; to go by way of
- とお 。
- I go by that church every day.
2. to run (between; of a rail service, bus route, etc.); to operate (between); to connect
- とお 。
- Buses run between the station and the airport.
3. to go indoors; to go into a room; to be admitted; to be shown in; to be ushered in; to come in
4. to penetrate; to pierce; to skewer; to go through; to come through
- とお 。
- A bullet pierced the helmet.
5. to permeate; to soak into; to spread throughout
6. to carry (e.g. of a voice); to reach far
- とお 。
- Kelly's voice carries well.
7. to be passed on (e.g. of a customer's order to the kitchen); to be relayed; to be conveyed
8. to pass (a test, a bill in the House, etc.); to be approved; to be accepted
- おも 。
- I expect her to pass the examination easily.
9. to go by (a name); to be known as; to be accepted as; to have a reputation for
- とお 。
- She went by the name of Bess.
10. to be coherent; to be logical; to be reasonable; to be comprehensible; to be understandable; to make sense
- That's no excuse.
11. to get across (e.g. of one's point); to be understood
- とお 。
- There was no need for verbal communication.
12. to pass for; to come across as; to seem like
- This painting will pass for genuine.
13. to be straight (e.g. wood grain)
14. to be well-informed; to be wiseArchaism
15. to do ... completely; to do ... thoroughlyafter the -masu stem of a verb
徹る 【とおる】、透る 【とおる】
1. to go to and from (a place); to go back and forth between; to run between (e.g. bus, train, etc.); to ply between
2. to go to (school, work, etc.); to attend; to commute; to frequent
- Children of six and above should attend school.
4. to resemble
1. avenue; street; way; road
2. coming and going; street traffic
3. flow (of water, air, etc.)
4. transmission (of sound); reach (e.g. of voice)
5. fame; reputation; popularity
6. the same status or way; as (e.g. as expected, as I said)
7. understanding; comprehension
8. counter for sets of things; counter for methods, ways, types
1. to stick through; to force through
2. to spread throughout; to thoroughly diffuse
3. to make a path between two points
4. to proceed in a logical mannerSee also 筋を通す すじをとおす
5. to let pass; to allow through
- The Upper House seems bent on defeating any reform bills.
6. to lead (someone) into (a house, room, etc.); to show in
7. to go through (a middleman)
8. to (look, listen) through (a window, wall, etc.)
9. to pass (a law, applicant, etc.)
10. to force to accept; to force agreement
11. to continue (in a state); to persist in
12. to do to the entirety of; to cover all of; to span the whole ...
13. to do from beginning to end without a breakin the form とおして…する
14. to convey (one's ideas, etc.) to the other party
15. to do to the end; to carry through; to completeafter the -te form of a verb
徹す 【とおす】、透す 【とおす】
1. passing through (a tunnel, station, town, etc.); passing by (e.g. of a typhoon); transit
- Watch out for passing cars.
2. passage (of a bill, e.g. through parliament); carriage
- The bill at last went through.
3. passing (an examination, inspection, etc.); clearing
1. correspondence; communication; transmission; news; signal; telecommunications
1. passage (of people, traffic); passing
2. common usage
1. to be open (to traffic); to lead to; to communicate (with)
2. to flow (liquid, current); to pass; to get through to
3. to be understood; to be comprehended
4. to be honored; to be good
5. to be well versed in; to be well-informed
6. to communicate clandestinely; to keep in touch (e.g. with the enemy)
7. to form a liaison; to be intimate
8. to spread widely; to disseminate
1. to go past; to pass; to pass by
1. popular use; circulation
2. to pass as; to pass for
- He looks so young for his age that he passes for a college student.
1. to happen to pass by
通り掛かる 【とおりかかる】、通り掛る 【とおりかかる】
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