じゅしょうjushou Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

1995nen安藤andoushiha建築kenchikuにおけるniokeruもっともmottomo権威ken'iあるarushouwo受賞jushouしたshita In 1995, Andou received architecture's most prestigious award.

Kanji definition:

ジュJUけるu.keru~う u.keかるu.karu

accept; undergo; answer (phone); take; get; catch; receive

Strokes:
8
Radical:
又 again
SKIP:
2-6-2
UTF:
53d7
JIS208:
28-85
Nanori:
じょjo
Hangul:
수 [su]
Pinyin:
shòu
Stroke order:
Example words:
受験じゅけんjuken
taking an examination (esp. school and university entrance)
受賞じゅしょうjushou
winning (a prize)
受け入れうけいれukeire
receiving; acceptance; reception
受注じゅちゅうjuchuu
accepting an order; receiving an order; orders received
受けうけuke
popularity; favour; favor; reception; / defense; defence; reputation; / agreement; / receiver of technique (e.g. in martial arts); / submissive partner of a homosexual relationship

ショウSHOUめるho.meru

prize; reward; praise

Strokes:
15
Radical:
貝 shell
SKIP:
2-3-12
UTF:
8cde
JIS208:
30-62
Hangul:
상 [sang]
Pinyin:
shǎng
Stroke order:
Example words:
受賞じゅしょうjushou
winning (a prize)
賞金しょうきんshoukin
prize; monetary award
入賞にゅうしょうnyuushou
winning a prize or place (in a contest)
しょうshou
prize; award
大賞たいしょうtaishou
big prize; first prize

Partial results:

じゅしょうしきjushoushikiirr.

noun:

  • award ceremony

アカデミーAKADEMII授賞式jushoushikihaハリウッドHARIUDDO最大saidaino華やかなhanayakana催しmoyooshida The Oscar ceremonies are Hollywood's biggest extravaganza.

じゅしょうしゃjushousha

noun / ~の noun:

  • prize-winner; recipient (of a prize, award, etc.)

ノーベルNOOBERUshou受賞者jushousha湯川yunokawa博士hakaseha1981nenni死去shikyoしたshita Dr. Yukawa, the Nobel prize winner, died in 1981.

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