ひっしょうhisshou

noun:

  • certain victory

bokuじゃjanけんken弱いyowaindaじゃんjankenno必勝hisshou法っnottoteないnainokana My rock-paper-scissors is weak. I've never heard of a sure fire way to win.

Kanji definition:

ヒツHITSUかならkanara.zu

invariably; certain; inevitable

Strokes:
5
Radical:
心忄⺗ heart
SKIP:
4-5-4
UTF:
5fc5
JIS208:
41-12
Hangul:
필 [pil]
Pinyin:
Stroke order:
Alternative stroke order:
Example words:
必要ひつようhitsuyou
necessary; needed; essential; indispensable; / necessity; need; requirement
必ずかならずkanarazu
always; without exception; necessarily; certainly; without fail; positively; invariably
必要性ひつようせいhitsuyousei
necessity
必死ひっしhisshi
frantic; frenetic; desperate; / inevitable death; / brinkmate (inevitable checkmate)
必ずしもかならずしもkanarazushimo
not always; not necessarily; not all; not entirely

ショウSHOUka.tsu~が ga.chiまさmasa.ruすぐれるsugu.reruかつkatsu

victory; win; prevail; excel

Strokes:
12
Radical:
力 power
SKIP:
1-4-8
UTF:
52dd
JIS208:
30-01
Nanori:
かちkachitoよしyoshi
Hangul:
승 [seung]
Pinyin:
shèng / shēng
Stroke order:
Example words:
優勝ゆうしょうyuushou
overall victory; championship
勝利しょうりshouri
victory; triumph; conquest; success; win
決勝けっしょうkesshou
decision of a contest; finals (in sports)
勝るまさるmasaru
to excel; to surpass; to exceed; to have an edge; to be superior; to outrival; / to outweigh; to preponderate
勝負しょうぶshoubu
victory or defeat; / match; contest; game; bout

Partial results:

ひっしょうほうhisshouhou

noun:

  • surefire way to win
ひっしょうふはいhisshoufuhai

noun:

  • certain victory; sure victory; invincibility - four character idiom

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