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We found 3 words, 1 kanji, and 173 examples matching '応え'
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Most common form: 答え
noun
answer; reply; response; solution
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ichidan verb, intransitive verb
1. to respond; to answer; to meet (e.g. demands, expectations)  (this meaning is restricted to form 応える, 報える)
2. to affect; to take a toll; to strike home; to have an effect on; to be hard on someone (e.g. heat, cold, work, illness, etc.); to be a strain  (see also: 堪える; sometimes 堪える)
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suffix
1. response; feeling  (see also: 応え)
2. worth ...ing; worthwhile ...ing; satisfying to ...  (see also: 見応え, 読み応え)
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オウ   おうじる to satisfy, reply, comply   こたえる to respond to   
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シン   こころ heart   
广
stony cliff
Example search: 173 matches
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とうしゃ
当社
きゃく
さま
ようぼう
要望
こた
すること
だい
いち
かんが
えております

Our company's first priority is meeting our customers' needs.
わたし
かれ
わって
こた
えた

I answered for him.
わたし
かれ
きたい
期待
こた
えなければならない

I must live up to his expectations.
ようぼう
要望
こた
えできず
もう
しわけ
ありません
We are sorry we are unable to accept your request.
それ
かれ
こた
えだした

It is beginning to tell on him.
 
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