Meaning of 達 in Japanese
Definition of 達
Words related to 達
- (n) Imperial Court; court noble; the nobility
Judy sent her children to bed.
Are those the people you saw yesterday?
(vs-s) to reach; to get to
The water came up to his waist.
- (n) daruma; tumbling doll; round, red-painted good-luck doll in the shape of Bodhidharma, with an blank eye to be completed when a person's wish is granted
We are concerned about the further actualization of current problems among youth, such as truancy, dislike of school and lack of appropriate character development.
(n) friend; companion
Meg acquired many new friends.
(n) friendly relations; social relations; social life
She passed the test at the expense of her social life.
(n) special delivery mail; express delivery post
Please send it by special delivery.
- (n) (woman's) undersash
- rolled omelette mixed with fish (paste) (omelet)
(n) delivery person
The mailman left a letter for her.
- (n) notice or order handed down from above; announcement; notification
(n) tea-drinking companion; crony; buddy
I want someone to talk to.
- spouse married late in life for companionship
- (n) conveyance of the opinions of the lower classes to the powers that be
(n) we; us
We're doing the same old routine: going bar hopping and then to karaoke.
(n) close (intimate) friend
Dogs are man's closest friends.
(n) girlfriend; woman (lady) friend
My girl friend ought to be here by this time.
(n) (newspaper) carrier; newspaper (delivery) boy (girl); new
The newspaper boy delivers papers in any kind of weather.
(n) glasses for show; fashionable eyeglasses worn for appearance's sake; glasses with no lenses or 'window glass' lenses
"You're OK without your glasses?" "Ah, these are fake you see, I thought it might make me brainier..."
- (v5k) to compete with each other (e.g. out of pride, obstinacy, etc.)
- (exp) If you wish to succeed, first help others to succeed (from Analects of Confucius)
- (n) small, thin fabric belt worn over the kimono and under the obi in order to protect the fabric
- (n) confusing song or poem (esp. used derogatorily to describe a style of middle-age Japanese poetry popularized by Fujiwara no Teika)