将軍, しょうぐん

  • shōgun

Definition of 将軍,しょうぐん

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • general
  • shogun

Related Kanji

leader, commander, general, admiral, or, and again, soon, from now on, just about
army, force, troops, war, battle

Related Study Lists

Japanese history - early modern

Historical terms relating to the times around the Edo period.

Examples of 将軍,しょうぐん in a Sentence

将軍私たち握手した
The general shook hands with us.
The general lived the rest of his life peacefully after his retirement.
I often say a great doctor kills more people than a great general.
The general cut a distinguished figure in his dress uniform.
将軍勇者に「勲章値する」と言った
The general said to the brave man, "You deserve a medal."
The general concentrated the soldiers in Paris.
The general ordered the massacre of all war prisoners.
The general participated in the plot with his men.
偉大な将軍政治家もあった。
He was a great general and statesman.
The general commanded them to move on.

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