猫, ねこ

  • neko
JLPT 5

Definition of 猫,ねこ

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • cat

  • shamisen

  • geisha

  • wheelbarrow

  • clay bed-warmer

  • submissive partner of a homosexual relationship

Related Kanji

cat

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Examples of 猫,ねこ in a Sentence

Your site appeals to people who are interested in cats.
A cat is not human.
椅子寝ている。
The cat is sleeping on the chair.
That child shut up a cat in the carton.
1匹のカーテンから現れた。
A cat appeared from behind the curtain.
The house was empty except for a cat.
A spot of shut-eye は、またいねむりいわれている1度に2~3しか寝ないあるから
A spot of shut-eye is also called a cat nap because a cat is in the habit of sleeping only a few minutes at a time.
A spot of shut-eye は、またいねむりいわれている1度に2~3しか寝ないあるから
A spot of shut-eye is also called a cat nap because a cat is in the habit of sleeping only a few minutes at a time.
I wouldn't push him too far. You don't know what he might do. I'd say you can't be too careful. They say even a doomed mouse will bite a cat if he has no choice.
あなたが不在があなたの世話するの
Who will look after your cat while you are away?

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