めしたmeshita

noun:

  • subordinate; subordinates; inferior; inferiors; junior 目上部下

目下mokkanomonowoないがしろにするnaigashironisuruna Don't ignore your subordinates.

もっかmokka

adverbial noun / temporal noun:

  • at present; now

目下mokkanomonowoないがしろにするnaigashironisuruna Don't ignore your subordinates.

Kanji definition:

モクMOKUボクBOKUme~め meま~ma

eye; class; look; insight; experience; care; favor

Strokes:
5
Radical:
目 eye
SKIP:
4-5-1
UTF:
76ee
JIS208:
44-60
Nanori:
さかんsakanさがんsaganさっかsakkaさつかsatsuka
Hangul:
목 [mog]
Pinyin:
Stroke order:
Example words:
目的もくてきmokuteki
purpose; goal; aim; objective; intention
目標もくひょうmokuhyou
mark; objective; target
注目ちゅうもくchuumoku
notice; attention; observation
項目こうもくkoumoku
(data) item; heading; clause; / headword (in a dictionary, encyclopedia, etc.)
名目めいもくmeimoku
name; title; appellation; (something) nominal; / (under the) pretext (of); pretense

KAGEしたshitaしもshimoもとmotoげるsa.geruがるsa.garuくだkuda.ruくだkuda.riくだkuda.su~くだ kuda.suくださるkuda.saruろすo.rosuりるo.riru

below; down; descend; give; low; inferior

Strokes:
3
Radical:
一 one
SKIP:
4-3-1
UTF:
4e0b
JIS208:
18-28
Nanori:
さかsakaしとshito
Hangul:
하 [ha]
Pinyin:
xià
Stroke order:
Example words:
下車げしゃgesha
alighting (from train, bus, etc.); getting off
低下ていかteika
fall; decline; lowering; deterioration; degradation
地下ちかchika
basement; cellar; underground place; / underground; below ground; / secret; under cover; / underground (railway); subway; metro
引き下げひきさげhikisage
reduction; cut
以下いかika
not exceeding; and downward; ... and below; / below (e.g. standard); under (e.g. a level); / the below-mentioned; the following; the rest

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