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We found 219 words, 1 kanji, and 1161 examples matching '終'
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noun
the end
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1. end; final
2. end of life; death
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'ru' godan verb, intransitive verb, auxiliary verb
to finish; to end; to close  (also written 了る, 卒る, etc.)
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ichidan verb, transitive verb, auxiliary verb
1. to finish  (this meaning is restricted to form 終える, 了える)
ichidan verb, transitive verb
2. to graduate
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end; close; termination
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シュウ   end   おわる to come to an end   おえる to bring to an end   
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シ   いと thread   
トウ   ふゆ winter   
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ヒョウ   こうり ice   こうる to freeze   
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わたし
しゅうかん
週間
たてばすなわち
ごがつ
いつか
その
しごと
仕事
えます

I'll finish the work in a week, that is, on May fifth.
いくらうまくいって
どようび
土曜日
まで
わらない

We cannot finish it before Saturday even if everything goes well.
この
じゅぎょう
授業
10分後
わります

This class will be over in ten minutes.
かれ
その
さいしゅう
最終
けってい
決定
くだ
した

He made the ultimate decision.
かれ
その
しごと
仕事
える
しゅうかん
週間
かかった
It took him a week to finish the work.
 
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