身につく, 身に付く, みにつく

  • minitsuku

Definition of 身につく,身に付く,みにつく

Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Godan verb with `ku' ending

  • to master (e.g. a skill)
  • to become accustomed to (e.g. a lifestyle)
  • to acquire (e.g. a habit)

  • to retain

Related Kanji

somebody, person, one's station in life
adhere, attach, refer to, append

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Examples of 身につく,身に付く,みにつく in a Sentence

悪銭身に付かず。
Ill got, ill spent.
毎日一生懸命英語勉強したが、あまり身につかなかった。
I studied English very hard every day, but I did not learn a lot.
You get more wisdom as you have more experiences.
私たち行動圧倒的な部分学んで身についたもの
An overwhelming part of our behavior is learned.
How easily one acquires bad habits!
Generosity is innate in some people.
習慣一度身についてしまうと、断ち切るのがとても難しい
A habit is very difficult to shake off once it is formed.
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