ていけいteikei Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • cooperation; tie-up; joint business; link-up; sponsorship

うちのuchino会社kaishahaあのano合弁会社goubenkaishato提携teikeiしているshiteiru We are affiliated with the new joint venture company.

Kanji definition:

テイTEIチョウCHOUダイDAIげるsa.geru

propose; take along; carry in hand

Strokes:
12
Radical:
手扌龵 hand
SKIP:
1-3-9
UTF:
63d0
JIS208:
36-83
Hangul:
제 [je]시 [si]
Pinyin:
tí / dī / shí
Stroke order:
Example words:
前提ぜんていzentei
preamble; premise; reason; prerequisite; condition; assumption; hypothesis; given
提案ていあんteian
proposal; proposition; suggestion
提出ていしゅつteishutsu
presentation (of documents); submission (of an application, report, etc.); production (e.g. of evidence); introduction (e.g. of a bill); filing; turning in
提供ていきょうteikyou
offer; tender; providing; supplying; making available; donating (blood, organs, etc.); / sponsoring (a TV program)
提言ていげんteigen
proposal; motion; recommendation

ケイKEIたずさえるtazusa.eruたずさわるtazusa.waru

portable; carry (in hand); armed with; bring along

Strokes:
13
Radical:
手扌龵 hand
SKIP:
1-3-11
UTF:
643a
JIS208:
23-40
Hangul:
휴 [hyu]
Pinyin:
xié
Stroke order:
Example words:
携帯けいたいkeitai
something carried (in the hand); handheld; portable; / mobile telephone; cell phone
提携ていけいteikei
cooperation; tie-up; joint business; link-up; sponsorship
連携れんけいrenkei
cooperation; coordination; link
携えるたずさえるtazusaeru
to carry in one's hand
携わるたずさわるtazusawaru
to engage in; to participate in; to take part in; to be involved in

Partial results:

ていけいさきteikeisaki

noun:

  • business partner
ていけいこうしょうteikeikoushou

noun:

  • tie-up negotiations; tie-up talks

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