たいtai

noun / suffix noun:

  • party; group; crew; team; body
  • company (of troops); corps; unit; squad

karehaエベレストEBERESUTO登頂touchouno遠征enseitaino一員ichiinであったdeatta He was a member of the expedition which climbed Mount Everest.

Kanji definition:

タイTAI

regiment; party; company; squad

Strokes:
12
Radical:
阝阜⻖ mound
SKIP:
1-3-9
UTF:
968a
JIS208:
34-66
Hangul:
대 [dae]
Pinyin:
duì
Stroke order:
Example words:
自衛隊じえいたいjieitai
self-defence force; self-defense force; / Japan Self-Defence Force; JSDF
部隊ぶたいbutai
force; unit; corps; echelon; element
隊員たいいんtaiin
troops; group members; team members
軍隊ぐんたいguntai
armed forces; military; troops
艦隊かんたいkantai
(naval) fleet; armada

Partial results:

たいいんtaiin

noun:

  • troops; group members; team members

救助kyuujo隊員taiintachiga地震jishinno被災者hisaishatachini物資busshiwo分配bunpaiするsuruだろうdarou The rescue workers are going to hand out supplies to the victims of the earthquake.

たいちょうtaichou

noun:

  • commanding officer

隊長taichouha部下bukani直ちにtadachini集合shuugouするsuruようにyouni命令meireiしたshita The captain ordered his men to gather at once.

たいれつtairetsu

noun:

  • file or ranks of troops
たいごtaigo

noun:

  • ranks of troops; (parading in) formation; line array
たいしtaishi

noun:

  • regimental soldier
たいけいtaikei

noun:

  • battle formation; disposition of troops
たいをくむtaiwokumu Inflection

expression / godan ~む verb:

  • to line up; to form a party
たいむtaimu

noun:

  • military affairs; military work
たいしょうtaishou

noun:

  • caravan (of merchants)

inuha吠えhoetemo隊商taishouha進むsusumu Dogs bark when the caravan passes by.

宿たいしょうやどtaishouyado

noun:

  • caravansary; caravanserai

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