- Reading and JLPT level
- Kana Reading
- Word Senses
- Parts of speech
- noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru, nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'
- fixation; fixing (e.g. salary, capital)
- Example sentence
- 鍵のいらない暗証タイプには、お好きな番号を設定できるフリーダイヤル式と、あらかじめ番号が設定済みの固定式とがあります。 For code type locks that don't need a key there are 'free dial' systems where you can set any number you like and fixed types where the number is set in advance.
Examples of 固定, こてい in a sentence
For code type locks that don't need a key there are 'free dial' systems where you can set any number you like and fixed types where the number is set in advance.
She tried again to fix the earring into her ear.
The older you grow, the more you tend to adhere to fixed ideas.
A famous Japanese poet does not approve of any fixed doctrine in haiku.
Make sure that the device is attached firmly to ceiling.
You had better fix the bookcase to the wall.
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