必死, ひっし

  • hisshi
JLPT 3

Definition of 必死,ひっし

adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • frantic
  • desperate

  • inevitable death

  • brinkmate (inevitable checkmate) (shogi)

Examples of 必死,ひっし in a Sentence

ジェフとミアは何とか離婚だけは避けようと必死になっている。
Jeff and Mia are making a last ditch effort to avoid a divorce.
群衆から必死になって抜け出した。
He battled his way out of the mob.
He was desperate to defend his reputation.
Yamashita is stuck with no way out. His well-thought-out project was rejected and the books he worked really hard on aren't selling.
I started a new job, and it's been a struggle just to keep my head above the water.
逃げよう必死だった
He was desperate to escape.
が現れたとき必死走った
He ran for his life when the bear appeared.
After all, even salesmen are desperate to avoid being targeted for downsizing.
The hound was in full chase of the bear.
She ran for dear life.
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