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We found 46 words, 1 kanji, and 141 examples matching '暇'
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Most common form: ひま
1. spare time; free time; leisure
noun
2. time (e.g. time it takes to do something)  (this meaning is restricted to reading ひま, ヒマ)
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noun
holiday; day off; furlough; absence (from work)
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leisure; leisure time; spare time
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Most common form: 隙人
noun
person with a lot of free time on their hands; person of leisure; idler
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waste of time; killing time
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Kanji search: 1 match
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カ   ひま free time   
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Ko with the striped corpse again
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katakana 'ko'
corpse
また again   
ニチ   ジツ   sun; day   ひ    -か    
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どようび
土曜日
かれ
ひま
です
Saturday is the day when he is free.
もっと
いそが
しい
ひと
こそもっとも
ひま
おお

The busiest people have the most leisure.
ああもう
ひま
しなくて
Well, I have to go now.
きょう
今日
ごご
午後
ひま
です
Are you free this afternoon?
わたし
べんきょう
勉強
する
ひま

I have no leisure to study.
 
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