1 exact word match found in search '見る'
ichidan verb, transitive verb
1. to see; to look; to watch; to view; to observe
2. to look over; to look on; to assess; to examine; to judge  (see also: 診る)
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19 words found beginning with '見る'
1. public opinion; public eye; (in) the eyes of others
2. discerning eye; an eye (for sth)
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whenever (each time) one sees (it)
there is a great difference between being told about something and actually seeing it with your own eyes  (proverb)
very fast; in a twinkle; before one's eyes  (often written with kana only)
quickly, suddenly (while one is watching); before one's eyes
at a glance; obviously  (usu. as 見るからに)
worth seeing; must-see; noticeable; noteworthy
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to the trained eye
expression, 'i' adjective
mere shadow of one's former self; having no trace left (of former glories, talent, looks, etc.); unrecognizable (as the person one used to be); unrecognisable  (idiomatic expression)
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expression, 'i' adjective
detestable to look at
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