Words — 42 found
1. to wind; to coil; to roll; to wear (e.g. turban, scarf)
2. to envelope; to shroudusu. 巻かれる
3. to outflank; to skirt
4. to link (verse)See also 付合 つけあい
5. to move ahead (three hours, etc.); to move up
1. to turn up; to roll up (e.g. sleeves)Usually written using kana alone
2. to do over and over again; to do relentlessly; to do with reckless abandonUsually written using kana alone
- つか 、
- If you go around the Internet, using half-width katakana in various places, eventually you're going to end up pissing off a lot of people.
3. to stage a comeback (against) (in mahjong, horse racing, etc.); to come from behindSlang, Usually written using kana alone
1. to turn over; to turn (pages); to leaf through (a book, etc.)Usually written using kana alone
- She was idly turning over the pages of a magazine.
2. to tear off; to strip off; to take off; to pull off (e.g. a blanket); to pull up (e.g. floorboards); to tear upUsually written using kana alone
1. to roll up; to hoist; to heave up
2. to take away; to rip off (e.g. money from someone)
- ときどき 、
- Tom sometimes rips off his customers.
3. to blow up (dust)
巻き揚げる 【まきあげる】、捲き上げる 【まきあげる】、巻上げる 【まきあげる】
1. to be turned up; to be turned inside out; to ride up; to be lifted (e.g. by wind)Usually written using kana alone
1. to blow strongly and continuously
2. to brag endlessly; to boast ceaselessly
吹き捲る 【ふきまくる】、吹き捲くる 【ふきまくる】
吹き捲くる: Irregular okurigana usage.
1. to talk on and on; to rattle on; to keep on talking (without pause)
捲し立てる 【まくしたてる】、捲したてる 【まくしたてる】、捲くし立てる 【まくしたてる】
捲くし立てる: Irregular okurigana usage.
1. to disperse; to chase away
2. to pursue relentlessly; to be in hot pursuitusu. in the passive, as ～に追いまくられる
追い捲る 【おいまくる】、追い捲くる 【おいまくる】
追い捲くる: Irregular okurigana usage.
1. to hit repeatedly; to belt hit after hit; to unleash a barrage of blows; to pound away (at a keyboard); to hammer awaySee also 打つ
1. to sing energetically; to sing with abandonSee also 捲る まくる
- うた ！
- Recently, what with this and that, I haven't been able to sing so today I sang like there's no tomorrow!
2. Page-turnerA page-turner is a person employed to turn sheet music pa... Read more
1. bozu mekuri; simple card game played with the picture cards of a hyakunin isshu deck, See also 百人一首
1. program board (concert, theatrical production); act-announcement sheets
2. mekuri karutaUsually written using kana alone, Abbreviation, See also 捲りカルタ めくりカルタ
1. to push and push; to keep pushing to the end