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We found 1 point of interest, 2 words, 2 kanji, and 7 examples matching '建前'
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Most common form: 立て前
noun
1. face; official stance; public position or attitude (as opposed to private thoughts)  (opposite: 本音; this meaning is restricted to form 建て前, 建前, 立て前, 立前)
2. ceremony for the erection of the framework of a house  (this meaning is restricted to form 建て前, 建前)
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noun
tokenism; appearance for appearance's sake  (yojijukugo)
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Kanji search: 2 matches
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ケン   コン   た to be built   たてる to build   
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long stride
brush
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ゼン   まえ before   
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the body part and the sword
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ニク body part   
トウ   かたな sword   
grass   
Example search: 7 matches
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しょうすう
少数
みんぞく
民族
じょせい
女性
こよう
雇用
そくしん
促進
せいさく
政策
はいって
たてまえ
建前
すぎず
げんじょう
現状
マイノリティー
しょく
ける
チャンスなどほとんどない
Although many pay lip service to the idea of affirmative action, in reality, very few minorities get hired.
あの
しんごう
信号
てまえ
手前
ろして
ください
Please let me off on this side of that traffic light.
てまえ
手前
ひいて
けて
ください
Pull it open.
そのドア
てまえ
手前
たためるようなっている
The doors fold back.
てまえ
手前
ガラス
たてもの
建物
ばらえん
薔薇園
です
おんしつ
温室
なっていていつも
ばら
薔薇
かんしょう
観賞
できるようなってるです
The glass fronted building before you is the rose garden. It's a greenhouse so you will always be able to appreciate the roses.
 
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