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We found 91 words, 1 kanji, and 157 examples matching '救'
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'u' godan verb, transitive verb
to rescue from; to help out of; to save
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relief; aid; rescue
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relief; rescue; reinforcement
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Most common form: 助ける
ichidan verb, transitive verb
1. to save; to rescue
2. to help; to assist
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help; aid; relief; (religious) salvation; (Christian) grace; providence
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キュウ   すく to rescue, save   
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キュウ   もとめる to request, want, demand   
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イチ   イツ   ひと    ひと- one   
dot   
スイ   みず water   
ぼく strike   
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かれ
なんみん
難民
きゅうさい
救済
ききん
基金
まん
ドル
きふ
寄付
した

He donated $10000 to the refugee fund.
かれ
どりょく
努力
おかげで
のりくみいん
乗組員
ぜんいん
全員
きゅうじょ
救助
された

Thanks to his efforts, all the crew were saved.
その
いし
医師
ないかい
内科医
として
ひんし
瀕死
こども
子供
せいめい
生命
すく
ためにできることなんでもしたばかり
きき
危機
ける
ために
じぶん
自分
ていきょう
提供
までした
The doctor did everything possible as a physician to save the life of the dying child; he also gave his blood to help the child weather the storm.
ゼン
さいしん
最新
にんむ
任務
みどり
ぜつめつ
絶滅
はか
きょうじん
狂人
による
せいたいけい
生態系
はかい
破壊
から
ちきゅう
地球
すく
ことです
Zen's latest mission is to save the Earth from ecological destruction at the hands of a plant-destroying madman.
のりくみいん
乗組員
ぜんいん
全員
すく
われた

All the crew were saved.
 
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