出, で

  • de
JLPT 2

Definition of 出,で

noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun, used as a suffix

  • coming out
  • going out
  • outflow
  • efflux
  • rising (of the sun or moon)

  • attending (work)
  • appearing (on stage)
  • one's turn to go on

  • start
  • beginning

  • origins
  • background
  • person (or item) originating from ...
  • graduate of ...
  • native of ...
  • member of ... (lineage)

  • architectural member that projects outward

  • highest point of the stern of a ship

  • amount (comprising something)
  • amount of time or effort required to do something

Examples of 出,で in a Sentence

キャシーがパーティー着ていた覚えています
Do you remember what Kathy had on at the party?
賭けレッズが勝つだろう
The odds are two-to-one that the Reds win.
He springs from a noble family.
They will have been staying here for two months next Sunday.
電話してみたらしいだけど、その電話相手ってのが問題だったのよ。
And so it seems she tried phoning but it's who was on the other end of that phone that was the problem.
ところね、死んだらそれ終わり思う
By the way, do you think that when you die that's it?
We have found him of whom Moses in the law and also the prophets wrote, Jesus of Nazareth, the son of Joseph.
石田進む
Ishida advances to third on a stolen base.
失敗覚悟やる勇気ない限りは、 余りお勧めきる方法ないしょう。
I think this not a method that I can really recommend unless you are willing to risk failure.
こういう機器は買いたくなるような値段す。
It's an attractive price, for this sort of device.
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