かんじkanji Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • executive secretary; coordinator; organizer; person in charge of making arrangements

watashi幹事kanjiwoやるyarunoga始めてhajimeteだからdakara要領youryouga悪いwaruinoかもしれませんkamoshiremasen This is the first time I've worked as a coordinator, so I may not have the hang of it yet.

Kanji definition:

カンKANみきmiki

tree trunk; main part; talent; capability

Strokes:
13
Radical:
干 dry
SKIP:
1-8-5
UTF:
5e79
JIS208:
20-20
Nanori:
つよしtsuyoshiまさmasaもとmotoえだedakiくるkuruたかしtakashiつねtsuneともtomomiもときmotokiよしyoshiよりyori
Hangul:
간 [gan]
Pinyin:
gàn / hán
Stroke order:
Example words:
幹事かんじkanji
executive secretary; coordinator; organizer; person in charge of making arrangements
幹部かんぶkanbu
management; (executive) staff; leaders; leadership; top brass; upper echelons
新幹線しんかんせんshinkansen
Shinkansen; bullet train
みきmiki
(tree) trunk; (arrow) shaft; (tool) handle; backbone; base
根幹こんかんkonkan
foundation; root; basis; core; fundamentals; / root and trunk

JIZUことkotoつかtsuka.uつかえるtsuka.eru

matter; thing; fact; business; reason; possibly

Strokes:
8
Radical:
亅 hook
SKIP:
4-8-3
UTF:
4e8b
JIS208:
27-86
Nanori:
ro
Hangul:
사 [sa]
Pinyin:
shì
Stroke order:
Example words:
事務所じむしょjimusho
office
事情じじょうjijou
circumstances; conditions; situation; reasons; state of affairs
幹事かんじkanji
executive secretary; coordinator; organizer; person in charge of making arrangements
事故じこjiko
accident; incident; trouble; / circumstances; reasons
記事きじkiji
article; news story; report; account

Partial results:

かんじかいkanjikai

noun:

  • board of governors
かんじちょうkanjichou

noun:

  • chief secretary (usu. of a party); secretary-general

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