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Characters Pronunciation
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Mandarin/ xi3
Taiwan hsi
Japanese yoshimi / よしみ    yoshi / よし    yuki / ゆき    tanoshi / たのし    konomu / このむ    kino / きの    kisaki / きさき    ki / き
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Chinese to be fond of; to like; to enjoy; to be happy; to feel pleased; happiness; delight; glad
Japanese (female given name) Yoshimi; (surname, given name) Yoshi; (female given name) Yuki; (personal name) Tanoshi; (female given name) Konomu; (surname) Kino; (surname) Kisaki; (personal name) Ki
prīti; ānanda. Joy; glad; delighted, rejoice; to like.



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Mandarin dé zhì / de2 zhi4
Taiwan te chih
Chinese to accomplish one's ambition; a dream come true; to enjoy success


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Mandarin xiǎng shòu / xiang3 shou4
Taiwan hsiang shou
Japanese kyouju / kyoju / きょうじゅ
Chinese to enjoy; to live it up; pleasure; CL:種|种[zhong3]
Japanese (noun/participle) reception; acceptance; enjoyment; being given
to receive and make one's own


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Mandarin xiǎng yǒu / xiang3 you3
Taiwan hsiang yu
Japanese kyouyuu / kyoyu / きょうゆう
Chinese to enjoy (rights, privileges etc)
Japanese (noun/participle) possession; enjoyment



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Mandarin nà liáng / na4 liang2
Taiwan na liang
Japanese nouryou / noryo / のうりょう
Chinese to enjoy the cool air
Japanese (enjoying the) cool of the evening; (female given name) Suzumi

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Mandarin xiǎng / xiang3
Taiwan hsiang
Japanese riyou / riyo / りよう    michi / みち    nozomu / のぞむ    tooru / とおる    takashi / たかし    susumu / すすむ    kyouji / kyoji / きょうじ    kyou / kyo / きょう    ukeru / うける    ukuru / うくる    atsushi / あつし    akira / あきら
Chinese to enjoy; to benefit; to have the use of
Japanese (personal name) Riyou; (female given name) Michi; (given name) Nozomu; (male given name) Tooru; (male given name) Takashi; (given name) Susumu; (personal name) Kyouji; (surname, female given name) Kyou; (given name) Ukeru; (given name) Ukuru; (given name) Atsushi; (given name) Akira
Offer up; enjoy; to offer up

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Mandarin/ yu2
Japanese go
Chinese to amuse

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Mandarin yuè // lè / yue4 // le4
Taiwan yüeh // le
Japanese ran / らん    raku / らく
Chinese music; happy; cheerful; to laugh; surname Yue; surname Le
Japanese (surname) Ran; (surname) Raku
Music, that which causes joy, hence joy, joyful, glad, rejoice; also to find joy in, enjoy; (1) music (2) comfort (3) to be indulged in

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Mandarin/ na4
Taiwan na
Japanese nouzaki / nozaki / のうざき    nou / no / のう    naya / なや    nau / なう    na / な    osame / おさめ    osamu / おさむ    iru / いる    iri / いり
Chinese to receive; to accept; to enjoy; to bring into; to pay (tax etc); nano- (one billionth); to reinforce sole of shoes or stockings by close sewing; surname Na
Japanese (surname) Nouzaki; (surname) Nou; (surname) Naya; (personal name) Nau; (surname) Na; (surname) Osame; (surname, given name) Osamu; (surname) Iru; (surname) Iri
Offer: pay, give; receive, take; translit. na; cf. 衲.


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Japanese azukaru / あずかる Japanese (v5r,vi) (1) (kana only) to participate in; to take part in; (2) to receive; to enjoy; to be given


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Mandarin jiǔ yǒu / jiu3 you3
Taiwan chiu yu
Japanese kū
The nine realities, states, or conditions in which sentient beings enjoy to dwell, v. next; nine existences


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Mandarin xiǎng míng / xiang3 ming2
Taiwan hsiang ming
Chinese to enjoy a reputation



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Mandarin xiǎng lè / xiang3 le4
Taiwan hsiang le
Chinese to enjoy life; pleasures of life


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Mandarin xiǎng yòng / xiang3 yong4
Taiwan hsiang yung
Chinese to enjoy (i.e. have the use or benefit of)



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Mandarin xiū xián / xiu1 xian2
Taiwan hsiu hsien
Chinese leisure; relaxation; not working; idle; to enjoy leisure; to lie fallow


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Japanese aku / あく Japanese (v5k,vi) (1) (archaism) to tire of; to lose interest in; (2) to be satisfied; to enjoy; (3) to do adequately


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Mandarin gòng xiǎng / gong4 xiang3
Taiwan kung hsiang
Chinese to share; to enjoy together


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Japanese aku / あく Japanese (v5k,vi) (1) (archaism) to tire of; to lose interest in; (2) to be satisfied; to enjoy; (3) to do adequately


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Mandarin shòu xiǎng / shou4 xiang3
Taiwan shou hsiang
Chinese to enjoy


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Mandarin shòu yong // shòu yòng / shou4 yong5 // shou4 yong4
Taiwan shou yung // shou
Japanese juyū
Chinese comfortable; feeling well; to enjoy; to reap the benefits (of something)
Received for use; to experience



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Mandarin tóng lè / tong2 le4
Taiwan t`ung le / tung le
Chinese to enjoy together


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Mandarin zuò xiǎng / zuo4 xiang3
Taiwan tso hsiang
Chinese to enjoy something without lifting a finger



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Mandarin lǒng duàn / long3 duan4
Taiwan lung tuan
Chinese to enjoy market dominance; to monopolize


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Mandarin tiān dào / tian1 dao4
Taiwan t`ien tao / tien tao
Japanese tendou / tendo / てんどう    tentou / tento / てんとう    amaji / あまじ
Chinese natural law; heavenly law; weather (dialect)
Japanese (1) the sun; (2) god of heaven and the earth; (3) laws governing the heavens; (4) (astron) celestial path; celestial motion; (5) (Buddhist term) deva realm (svarga); (1) (Buddhist term) deva realm (svarga); (2) path in the heavens; (surname, given name) Tendou; (place-name) Tentou
deva-gati, or devasopāna, 天趣. (1) The highest of the six paths 六道, the realm of devas, i. e. the eighteen heavens of form and four of formlessness. A place of enjoyment, where the meritorious enjoy the fruits of good karma, but not a place of progress toward bodhisattva perfection. (2) The Dao of Heaven, natural law, cosmic energy; according to the Daoists, the origin and law of all things; path of the gods


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Mandarin hào kè / hao4 ke4
Taiwan hao k`o / hao ko
Japanese koukaku;koukyaku / kokaku;kokyaku / こうかく;こうきゃく
Chinese hospitality; to treat guests well; to enjoy having guests; hospitable; friendly
Japanese (archaism) person of refined taste



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Mandarin ài xiàn / ai4 xian4
Taiwan ai hsien
Chinese (coll.) to enjoy showing off


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Mandarin gǎn wèi / gan3 wei4
Taiwan kan wei
Japanese kanmi
to enjoy; to enjoy


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Mandarin pīn cān / pin1 can1
Taiwan p`in ts`an / pin tsan
Chinese (of people with tight budget) to enjoy various dishes at the restaurant by ordering the food together and then sharing the costs


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Japanese saguru / さぐる Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to feel around for; to fumble for; to grope for; to search for; to look for; (2) to investigate; to probe into; to spy on; to sound out; (3) to explore (parts unknown); to enjoy (natural beauty)


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Mandarin shàn měi / shan4 mei3
Taiwan shan mei
Chinese to enjoy fame without sharing it; to take the credit



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Mandarin chàng yǐn / chang4 yin3
Taiwan ch`ang yin / chang yin
Chinese to enjoy drinking



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Mandarin yǒu lè / you3 le4
Taiwan yu le
Japanese uraku
to enjoy one's life in delusion; to enjoy one's life in delusion


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Japanese tanoshimu / たのしむ Japanese (irregular okurigana usage) (Godan verb with "mu" ending) to enjoy (oneself)



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Mandarin lè zhe / le4 zhe
Taiwan le che
Japanese rakujaku
The bond of pleasure binding to the phenomenal life; to enjoy and be attached to



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Mandarin xīn shǎng / xin1 shang3
Taiwan hsin shang
Chinese to appreciate; to enjoy; to admire



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Mandarin huān lè / huan1 le4
Taiwan huan le
Japanese kanraku
Chinese gaiety; gladness; glee; merriment; pleasure; happy; joyous; gay
to totally enjoy; to totally enjoy


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Mandarin xiāo shòu / xiao1 shou4
Taiwan hsiao shou
Chinese to bear; to enjoy (usually in negative combination, meaning unable to enjoy)


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Japanese suzumu / すずむ Japanese (v5m,vi) to cool oneself; to cool off; to enjoy the cool air



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Mandarin yóu shǎng / you2 shang3
Taiwan yu shang
Chinese to enjoy the sights (of)



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Mandarin wán shǎng / wan2 shang3
Taiwan wan shang
Chinese to appreciate; to take pleasure in; to enjoy



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Mandarin jìn xìng / jin4 xing4
Taiwan chin hsing
Chinese to enjoy oneself to the full; to one's heart's content



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Mandarin nà fú / na4 fu2
Taiwan na fu
Chinese to accept a life of ease; to enjoy a comfortable retirement



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Mandarin zòng xiǎng / zong4 xiang3
Taiwan tsung hsiang
Chinese to enjoy; to indulge in


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Japanese ayakaru / あやかる Japanese (v5r,vi) (1) (kana only) to share (someone's) good luck; to follow (someone's) example; to enjoy the same benefits (of someone or something); (2) (kana only) to be named after



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Mandarin néng yuè / neng2 yue4
Taiwan neng yüeh
Japanese nōetsu



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Mandarin zì yú / zi4 yu2
Taiwan tzu yü
Japanese jigo
Chinese to amuse oneself
to enjoy oneself; to enjoy oneself


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Mandarin zì zhuó / zi4 zhuo2
Taiwan tzu cho
Chinese to enjoy a cup of wine by oneself


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Japanese asobu(p);asubu(ok) / あそぶ(P);あすぶ(ok) Japanese (v5b,vi) (1) to play; to enjoy oneself; to have a good time; (2) to mess about (with alcohol, gambling, philandery, etc.); (3) to be idle; to do nothing; to be unused; (4) (as 〜に遊ぶ) to go to (for pleasure or for study); (5) {baseb} to intentionally throw a ball to lower the batter's concentration


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Japanese aku / あく Japanese (v5k,vi) (1) (archaism) to tire of; to lose interest in; (2) to be satisfied; to enjoy; (3) to do adequately



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Mandarin bǎo cháng / bao3 chang2
Taiwan pao ch`ang / pao chang
Chinese to enjoy fully; to experience to the full over a long period



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Mandarin yǎng lǎo / yang3 lao3
Taiwan yang lao
Japanese yourou / yoro / ようろう
Chinese to provide for the elderly (family members); to enjoy a life in retirement
Japanese (1) making provision for the elderly; (2) Yōrō era (717.11.17-724.2.4); (place-name, surname) Yourou



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Mandarin xiǎng yǐn / xiang3 yin3
Taiwan hsiang yin
Chinese to enjoy offered food and drink


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Mandarin shòu yòng fǎ / shou4 yong4 fa3
Taiwan shou yung fa
Japanese juyō hō
to enjoy the dharma; to enjoy the dharma



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Mandarin shòu yòng cái / shou4 yong4 cai2
Taiwan shou yung ts`ai / shou yung tsai
Japanese juyō zai
to enjoy worldly possessions; to enjoy worldly possessions


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Japanese ajiwau / あじわう Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to taste; to savor; to savour; to relish; (2) to appreciate; to enjoy; to relish; to digest; (3) to experience; to go through; to taste (e.g. victory); to know (e.g. pain)


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Japanese awaremu / あわれむ Japanese (transitive verb) (1) to commiserate; to pity; to have mercy on; to sympathize with; to sympathise with; (2) (archaism) to enjoy the beauty of; to appreciate (e.g. the moon, flowers)


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Japanese tanoshimu / たのしむ Japanese (Godan verb with "mu" ending) to enjoy (oneself)


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Mandarin màn màn chī / man4 man4 chi1
Taiwan man man ch`ih / man man chih
Chinese Enjoy your meal!; Bon appetit!


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Japanese tokimeku / ときめく Japanese (v5k,vi) to be prosperous; to prosper; to flourish; to enjoy great prosperity


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Japanese tanoshimu / たのしむ Japanese (Godan verb with "mu" ending) to enjoy (oneself)



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Mandarin yào jí jìng / yao4 ji2 jing4
Taiwan yao chi ching
Japanese gyō jakujō
to enjoy quiescence; to enjoy quiescence



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Mandarin kàn rè nao / kan4 re4 nao5
Taiwan k`an je nao / kan je nao
Chinese to enjoy watching a bustling scene; to go where the crowds are


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Japanese kanpuukai / kanpukai / かんぷうかい Japanese get-together to enjoy the autumn foliage


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Mandarin bù dé rén xīn / bu4 de2 ren2 xin1
Taiwan pu te jen hsin
Chinese not to enjoy popular support; to be unpopular



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Mandarin bù wéi jiǔ kùn / bu4 wei2 jiu3 kun4
Taiwan pu wei chiu k`un / pu wei chiu kun
Chinese not a slave to the bottle; able to enjoy alcohol in moderation; able to hold one's drink


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Japanese ninkifuttou / ninkifutto / にんきふっとう Japanese (noun/participle) (yoji) (enjoy) tumultuous (tremendous, overwhelming) popularity



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Mandarin jí shí xíng lè / ji2 shi2 xing2 le4
Taiwan chi shih hsing le
Chinese to enjoy the present (idiom); to live happily with no thought for the future; make merry while you can; carpe diem



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Mandarin xún huā wèn liǔ / xun2 hua1 wen4 liu3
Taiwan hsün hua wen liu
Chinese lit. to enjoy the beautiful spring scenery (idiom); fig. to frequent brothels; to sow one's wild oats


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Japanese kaiomusaboru / かいをむさぼる Japanese (exp,v5r) to enjoy oneself to the full


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Mandarin fàng qíng qiū hè / fang4 qing2 qiu1 he4
Taiwan fang ch`ing ch`iu ho / fang ching chiu ho
Chinese to enjoy oneself in nature's embrace (idiom)


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Japanese tanoshimeru / たのしめる Japanese (Ichidan verb) to be able to enjoy



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Mandarin lè cǐ bù pí / le4 ci3 bu4 pi2
Taiwan le tz`u pu p`i / le tzu pu pi
Chinese to enjoy something and never tire of it (idiom)



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Mandarin lè chù yuǎn lí / le4 chu4 yuan3 li2
Taiwan le ch`u yüan li / le chu yüan li
Japanese rakusho onri
to enjoy abiding in detachment; to enjoy abiding in detachment


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Japanese ryouotoru / ryootoru / りょうをとる Japanese (exp,v5r) to enjoy the cool breeze


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Japanese ryouotoru / ryootoru / りょうをとる Japanese (exp,v5r) to enjoy the cool breeze



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Mandarin shēn fú zhòng wàng / shen1 fu2 zhong4 wang4
Taiwan shen fu chung wang
Chinese to enjoy the confidence of the people; to be very popular



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Mandarin xuǎn hè yī shí / xuan3 he4 yi1 shi2
Taiwan hsüan ho i shih
Chinese to enjoy a short-lived fame or position of power



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Mandarin wú fú xiāo shòu / wu2 fu2 xiao1 shou4
Taiwan wu fu hsiao shou
Chinese unfortunately cannot enjoy (idiom)



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Mandarin yí yù tāi gōng / yi2 yu4 tai1 gong1
Taiwan i yü t`ai kung / i yü tai kung
Japanese giiki taigū
The palace for doubters outside Amitābha's heaven, where all doubters of him are confined for 500 years until fit to enjoy his paradise.



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Mandarin zì dé qí lè / zi4 de2 qi2 le4
Taiwan tzu te ch`i le / tzu te chi le
Chinese to find amusement in one's own way; to enjoy oneself quietly



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Mandarin kǔ zhōng zuò lè / ku3 zhong1 zuo4 le4
Taiwan k`u chung tso le / ku chung tso le
Chinese to find joy in sorrows (idiom); to enjoy something in spite of one's suffering


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Japanese eiyuukoushoku / eyukoshoku / えいゆうこうしょく Japanese (expression) (yoji) All great men like women; Great men enjoy sensual pleasure



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Mandarin wàn shòu wú jiāng / wan4 shou4 wu2 jiang1
Taiwan wan shou wu chiang
Chinese may you enjoy boundless longevity (idiom); long may you live


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Japanese miharukasu / みはるかす Japanese (transitive verb) to enjoy a panoramic view



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Mandarin tà qīng shǎng chūn / ta4 qing1 shang3 chun1
Taiwan t`a ch`ing shang ch`un / ta ching shang chun
Chinese to enjoy a beautiful spring walk (idiom)



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Mandarin tà qīng shǎng huā / ta4 qing1 shang3 hua1
Taiwan t`a ch`ing shang hua / ta ching shang hua
Chinese to enjoy the flowers on a spring outing (idiom)


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Japanese omoshirogaru / おもしろがる Japanese (v5r,vi) to amuse oneself; to be amused; to enjoy; to think fun



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Mandarin yí yǎng tiān nián / yi2 yang3 tian1 nian2
Taiwan i yang t`ien nien / i yang tien nien
Chinese lit. to nurture one's years (idiom); fig. to enjoy one's later years


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Japanese kofukugekijou / kofukugekijo / こふくげきじょう Japanese (noun/participle) (yoji) (people) sing the praises (enjoy the blessings) of peace


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Japanese enjoi / エンジョイ Japanese (noun/participle) enjoy


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Japanese ninkioyobu / にんきをよぶ Japanese (exp,v5b) to capture public interest; to enjoy popularity


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Japanese yuurininaru / yurininaru / ゆうりになる Japanese (exp,v5r) to give an advantage; to enjoy an advantage; to turn the tables (on)


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Japanese kanotsukusu / かんをつくす Japanese (exp,v5s) to enjoy oneself to one's hearts content; to enjoy oneself to the full


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Japanese bishuniyou / bishuniyo / びしゅによう Japanese (exp,v5u) to enjoy a good drink (esp. celebrating victory)


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Japanese yobouoninau / yobooninau / よぼうをになう Japanese (exp,v5u) to enjoy the trust and confidence of


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Japanese biikyuugurume / bikyugurume / ビーきゅうグルメ Japanese cheap everyday food that most people enjoy (e.g. ramen, curry, etc.); eating cheap delicious food; person who seeks out cheap delicious food


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Japanese bonnapeti / ボンナペティ Japanese (expression) enjoy! (fre:)


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Japanese megafepusu / メガフェプス Japanese megafeps (mnemonic for verbs that never precede infinitives, but rather their gerunds); mind, enjoy, give up, avoid, finish, escape, postpone, stop


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Japanese onchououkeru / onchookeru / おんちょうをうける Japanese (exp,v1) to enjoy (a person's) favor (favour)


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Japanese onchououkeru / onchookeru / おんちょうをうける Japanese (exp,v1) to enjoy (a person's) favor (favour)


This page contains 100 results for "enjoy" in Chinese and/or Japanese.

Information about this dictionary:

Apparently, we were the first ones who were crazy enough to think that western people might want a combined Chinese, Japanese, and Buddhist dictionary.

A lot of westerners can't tell the difference between Chinese and Japanese - and there is a reason for that. Chinese characters and even whole words were borrowed by Japan from the Chinese language in the 5th century. Much of the time, if a word or character is used in both languages, it will have the same or a similar meaning. However, this is not always true. Language evolves, and meanings independently change in each language.

Example: The Chinese character 湯 for soup (hot water) has come to mean bath (hot water) in Japanese. They have the same root meaning of "hot water", but a 湯屋 sign on a bathhouse in Japan would lead a Chinese person to think it was a "soup house" or a place to get a bowl of soup. See this: Soup or Bath

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