さいちゅうsaichuuさなかsanaka

adverbial noun / noun:

  • in the middle of; height of; in course of; midst

コンサートKONSAATOno最中saichuuni喋るshaberunoha無作法busahouであるdearu It's bad manners to talk during a concert.

もなかmonaka

noun:

  • wafer cake filled with bean jam

Kanji definition:

サイSAIシュSHUもっとmotto.moつまtsuma

utmost; most; extreme

Strokes:
12
Radical:
曰 say
SKIP:
2-4-8
UTF:
6700
JIS208:
26-39
Nanori:
mo
Hangul:
최 [choe]
Pinyin:
zuì
Stroke order:
Example words:
最ももっともmottomo
most; extremely
最大さいだいsaidai
biggest; greatest; largest; maximum
最後さいごsaigo
end; conclusion; / last; final; latest; most recent; / no sooner than; once; right after (often having negative consequences); / one's final moments
最高さいこうsaikou
most; highest; maximum; uppermost; supreme; / best; wonderful; finest
最初さいしょsaisho
beginning; outset; first; onset

チュウCHUUなかnakaうちuchiあたata.ru

in; inside; middle; mean; center

Strokes:
4
Radical:
丨 line, stick
SKIP:
4-4-3
UTF:
4e2d
JIS208:
35-70
Nanori:
あたるataruかなえkanae
Hangul:
중 [jung]
Pinyin:
zhōng / zhòng
Stroke order:
Example words:
中央ちゅうおうchuuou
centre; center; middle; heart; / metropolis; capital city; central government
中心ちゅうしんchuushin
center; centre; middle; heart; core; focus; pivot; emphasis; balance; / -centered; -centred; -focussed; -oriented; centered on; focussed on
中国ちゅうごくchuugoku
China; / Chūgoku region of western Honshu (incl. Okayama, Hiroshima, Shimane, Tottori and Yamaguchi prefectures); / central part of a country; main region; / province of the second lowest rank (ritsuryo system)
中間ちゅうかんchuukan
middle; midway; interim
途中とちゅうtochuu
on the way; en route; / in the middle of; midway

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