Meaning of 出掛ける in Japanese
出掛ける, 出かけるJLPT 5
- Parts of speech
- Ichidan verb, intransitive verb
- to depart; to go out (e.g. on an excursion or outing); to set out; to start; to be going out
- Example sentence
- ある日、友人から「いい話があるから会わないか」と電話があり、友人の家へ出かけました。 One day I had a phone call from a friend. "There's a nice little earner, won't you come round?" so I went to his house.
Examples of 出掛ける, 出かける, でかける in a sentence
One day I had a phone call from a friend. "There's a nice little earner, won't you come round?" so I went to his house.
In the evening I went out on safari again, at night I fell asleep hearing the grunting of the hippos.
My wife loves fish hors d'oeuvre, so it's easier for me to get a kitchen pass for my fishing.
I was out all day.
I want to get a haircut before I go on the trip.
The same rule applies to going for a journey.
Kanji in this word
hang, suspend, depend, arrive at, tax, pour
On'Yomi: カイ, ケイ
Kun'Yomi: か.ける, -か.ける, か.け, -か.け, -が.け, か.かる, -か.かる, -が.かる, か.かり, -が.かり, かかり, -がかり
exit, leave, go out, come out, put out, protrude
On'Yomi: シュツ, スイ
Kun'Yomi: で.る, -で, だ.す, -だ.す, い.でる, い.だす