Meaning of 好き in Japanese
Definition of 好き
Words related to 好き
(n) being crazy about something but being very bad at it
I like playing tennis, though I'm not very good at it.
(n) likes and dislikes; pickiness (about food); choosiness; fussiness; tastes; preferences
You shouldn't be so picky about food.
(adj-na) doing whatever one pleases
You shall not have your own way in everything.
(adj-na) loveable; very likeable; like very much
This is Ken. He really likes his dog.
(exp) to come to like a lot; to fall in love
It's love-it-or-hate-it stuff.
(n) neophilia; love of new things
I love trying out new things, so I always buy products as soon as they hit the store shelves. Of course, half the time I end up wishing I hadn't.
(n) nosy person; busybody
My neighbor is what we call a nosy person.
(exp) to come to like; to become fond of; to fall in love
Jim has learned to like Japan.
- (exp) very fond of; more fond of than eating; so fond of that someone would rather not eat than go without; more important than three meals a day