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Words — 74 found

Noun, Suru verb
1. reliance; trust; faith; confidence
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Godan verb with mu ending, Transitive verb
1. to request; to beg; to ask
  • あなた
  • たの頼んで
  • よろしい
  • です
  • May I request a favour of you?
2. to call; to order; to reserve
  • わたし
  • たの頼んだ
  • もの
  • まだ
  • とど届いていません
  • I'm still waiting for my order.
3. to entrust to
    田中
  • さん
  • こと
  • たの頼む
  • Take care of Mr. Tanaka for me!
4. to rely onesp. 恃む
5. please; please doColloquialism
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恃む 【たのむ】憑む 【たのむ】
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Godan verb with ru ending, intransitive verb
1. to rely on; to depend on; to count on; to turn to (for help)
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便る 【たよる】
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Noun, Suru verb
1. request; commission; entrusting (with a matter)
  • じむ事務
  • べんごし弁護士
  • ゆいごんじょう遺言状
  • さくせい作成
  • いらい依頼
  • した
  • I asked the solicitor to make out my will.
2. dependence; reliance
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I-adjective
1. reliable; trustworthy
2. hopeful; promising
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Noun
1. request; favor; favour
2. reliance; dependence; trust; hope
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恃み 【たのみ】憑み 【たのみ】
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Noun
1. retainer; retinue; servant
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家礼 【けらい】家頼 【けらい】
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Noun
1. credibility; authenticity; confidence; reliability
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Godan verb with mu ending, Transitive verb
1. to request earnestly
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Noun
1. client
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Noun, No-adjective
1. reliability; trustworthiness; dependability
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頼り甲斐 【たよりがい】
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I-adjective
1. unreliable; undependable; indefinite; vague
2. helpless; forlorn; forsaken
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頼り無い 【たよりない】
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Noun, Na-adjective, No-adjective
1. hoodlum; scoundrel; ruffian; tough; villain
2. villainy
3. without relying on others; without asking for help
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Kanji — 1 found

8.235251354003854
16 strokes. JLPT N3. Jōyō kanji, taught in junior high.
trust, request
On: ライ
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