お辞儀, 御辞儀, おじぎ

  • ojigi
JLPT 2

Definition of お辞儀,御辞儀,おじぎ

noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • bow
  • bowing

Examples of お辞儀,御辞儀,おじぎ in a Sentence

どの先生お辞儀した
Every child bowed to the teacher.
上司おじぎして挨拶しますが、上司頷いて答えます
I bow to the boss in greeting, and he returns my bow with a nod.
They shake hands instead of bowing.
王様お辞儀した
He bowed to the Queen.
お辞儀どうしたの
Where is your cap?
日本誰かに会ったお辞儀するのが礼儀される
In Japan, it is proper to bow when you meet someone.
お辞儀習慣はその人達特有なものである
The custom of bowing is peculiar to the islanders.
彼女見ると、丁寧おじぎした
She bowed to me with courtesy when she saw me.
先生丁寧おじぎした
He made a polite bow to his teacher.
彼女見ると、丁重おじぎした
She bowed to me with courtesy when she saw me.
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