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We found 585 words, 1 name, 1 kanji, and 1009 examples matching '重'
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1. chief; main; principal; important  (see also: 主な, 主に)
2. main secondary or supporting role (in kyogen)  (see also: 重あど; usu. written as オモ; abbreviation)
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suffix, counter
-fold; -ply  (see also: ; counter for layers in the hito-futa-mi counting system)
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noun
1. multi-tiered food box; stacked boxes  (see also: 重箱; abbreviation)
noun (prefix)
2. heavy
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0
important; momentous; essential; principal; major
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0
1. heavy; weighty; massive  (opposite: 軽い)
2. heavy (feeling); depressed; gloomy; blue; uneasy
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しげ   Shige   (surname, unclassified given name)
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ジュウ   チョウ   おも heavy   かさなる to be piled up   かさねる to pile up   え -fold, -ply   
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この
にじゅう
2重
いみ
意味
ある
This word has a double meaning.
そのレスラー200キロ
いじょう
以上
たいじゅう
体重
ある
The wrestler weighs over 200 kilograms.
かれ
こと
わたし
にとってまったく
じゅうよう
重要
ない
What he says is of no importance to me.
サンドイッチおにぎりじゃどっち
おも
かしら
Which are heavier, sandwiches or onigiris?
いくらたくさん
べて
かのじょ
彼女
たいじゅう
体重
えない

However much she eats, she never gains weight.
 
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