かいさつkaisatsu Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • examination of tickets
  • ticket gate; ticket barrier - abbreviation 改札口

最近saikinekino改札kaisatsuあたりataride平気heikideイチャイチャICHAICHAしてるshiteru若いwakai奴等yatsura多くookuなったよnattayoなあnaa Lately you see more young couples making out at the train station ticket gates acting as though nobody in the world existed.

Kanji definition:

カイKAIあらためるarata.meruあらたまるarata.maru

reformation; change; modify; mend; renew; examine; inspect; search

Strokes:
7
Radical:
已己巳 oneself
SKIP:
1-3-4
UTF:
6539
JIS208:
18-94
Hangul:
개 [gae]
Pinyin:
gǎi
Stroke order:
Example words:
改正かいせいkaisei
revision; amendment; alteration
改革かいかくkaikaku
reform; reformation; reorganization
改善かいぜんkaizen
betterment; improvement; / kaizen (Japanese business philosophy of continuous improvement)
改造かいぞうkaizou
remodeling; remodelling; restructuring; reconstruction; reshuffling (e.g. cabinet); / modding
改定かいていkaitei
revision (of a rule, price, etc.); alteration; change

サツSATSUふだfuda

tag; paper money; counter for bonds; placard; bid

Strokes:
5
Radical:
木 tree
SKIP:
1-4-1
UTF:
672d
JIS208:
27-5
Nanori:
さっsa
Hangul:
찰 [chal]
Pinyin:
zhá
Stroke order:
Example words:
入札にゅうさつnyuusatsu
bid; tender; bidding
ふだfuda
ticket; token; check; receipt; / label; tag; / sign; card; plate; / playing card; / charm; talisman; / slip of paper posted on shrine pillars by pilgrims
切り札きりふだkirifuda
trump card; / ace up one's sleeve; secret weapon
落札らくさつrakusatsu
successful bid; winning a tender
改札かいさつkaisatsu
examination of tickets; / ticket gate; ticket barrier

Partial results:

かいさつぐちkaisatsuguchi

noun:

  • ticket barrier (gate); wicket

改札口kaisatsuguchide切符kippuwoo見せmiseくださいkudasai Show your ticket at the barrier.

かいさつがかりkaisatsugakari

noun:

  • ticket examiner (collector, inspector) (in a railroad station)
かいさつはさみkaisatsuhasami

noun:

  • ticket punch

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