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We found 1053 words, 1 kanji, and 2792 examples matching '入'
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Most common form: 入り
noun, noun (suffix)
1. entering
2. setting (of the sun)
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suffix, counter
counter for soakings (of fabric in a dye)  (archaic)
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entry to school or university; matriculation; enrolment (in university, etc.)
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hospitalization; hospitalisation
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'ru' godan verb, intransitive verb
1. to enter; to go into  (opposite: 出る)
2. to break into
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ニュウ   い to enter   はい to enter   いれる to put in   
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もっとも
じゅうよう
重要
こと
のう
これら
かいぼうがくてき
解剖学的
そしき
組織
けつごう
結合
する
ぜんたいてき
全体的
さい
にゅう
けいろ
経路
ひつよう
必要
である
Most important of all, the brain needs global reentry pathways connecting these anatomical structures.
さんばんめ
三番目
そしてもっとも
じゅうよう
重要
かんが
さい
いり
ということである
The third and most important idea is that of reentry.
しょうがく
小学
ねん
むすこ
息子
しずおか
静岡
から
なごや
名古屋
しょうがっこう
小学校
てんにゅう
転入
しました

My fifth-year junior school son has transferred into a school in Nagoya from Shizuoka.
きん

Keep out.
わたし
れっしゃ
列車
えき
はい
ってくる
えた

I saw the train come into the station.
 
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