いざ

  • iza
JLPT 1

Definition of いざ

adverb (fukushi), interjection (kandoushi)

  • now
  • come (now)
  • well

Examples of いざ in a Sentence

いざとなれば勇気が湧いてくる。
Your courage will come out in a crisis.
Don't worry about giving a speech at the wedding; you can just wing it when you get there.
I want to split up, but I know I couldn't even if I tried.
He always talks as though he knows how to handle himself but you never know how he'll act when the chips are down.
Investing money in your home has some merit; when it is time to sell it you can get more money.
Money takes a long time to earn, but you can spend it in no time.
I understand the general approach, but I'm afraid that I'm getting bogged down in the details.
いざ踊るとなるとマイケルジャクソンの右にでるものいない
When it comes to dancing nobody can move like Michael Jackson.
When it was time to vote, he abstained.
Oh my. However much it's just a P.E. class; if you don't face it in real earnest, then when it comes to a real fight it won't do you any good.
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