礼儀, れいぎ

  • reigi
JLPT 3

Definition of 礼儀,れいぎ

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • manners
  • courtesy
  • etiquette

Examples of 礼儀,れいぎ in a Sentence

That is beneath ordinary decency.
Let's do away with all formalities.
礼儀かけている
He is wanting in courtesy.
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.
You could at least try to be a bit more polite, even though it's not like you.
日本お辞儀するのが普通礼儀す。
In Japan bowing is common courtesy.
朝早く訪問するのは礼儀に反する
It is against etiquette to call on a person early in the morning.
礼儀正しいのでたちは尊敬している
We look up to him because of his politeness.
You must be courteous to any guest.
She had the decency to apologize.
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