手当, 手当て, てあて

  • teate
JLPT 1

Definition of 手当,手当て,てあて

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

  • salary
  • pay
  • compensation
  • allowance (e.g. housing allowance)
  • benefit
  • bonus

  • medical care
  • treatment

  • advance preparation

Examples of 手当,手当て,てあて in a Sentence

痛む手当してもらった。
He had his sore arm dressed.
会社通常の月給手当毎月10万円払ってくれる
The company pays me 100,000 yen in various allowances a month in addition to the regular salary.
Employees threatened a strike to protect worker benefits.
A freezing beggar was brought into the hospital for treatment. However, he didn't have even one cent with which to settle the bill.
女は手当した
She took care of his wound.
A growing child who is not full of beans probably needs medical attention.
そのこの種の手当慣れていた
The man was used to treating this kind of wound.
手当してもらった。
He had his wounds dressed.
She made a fuss about her benefits.
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