姿勢, しせい

  • shisei
JLPT 2

Definition of 姿勢,しせい

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • attitude
  • posture
  • stance
  • approach
  • carriage (of the body)

Examples of 姿勢,しせい in a Sentence

はまっすぐな姿勢立っていた
He stood in an upright position.
The listeners stood in an attentive attitude.
So it is essential that you take the attitude of looking up yourself the information you feel necessary.
He lay down in a comfortable position.
あまりに長く1つの姿勢座っていた為に筋肉ずきずきした
His muscles ached from sitting too long in one position.
Western countries are jumping on Japan for its stance on the issue.
If you want to stay a member of this club, you have to fish or cut bait.
The attitude of the court toward young criminals is different from its attitude toward adult criminals.
The attitude of the court toward young criminals is different from its attitude toward adult criminals.
が眠ったり横になるとき、その姿勢逃したい保ちたいによる
When bears sleep or lie down, their postures depend on whether they want to get rid of heat or conserve it.
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