Definition of 一層 (いっそう)

いっそう

一層

いっそう

issou

adverb, no-adjective
1.
much more, still more, all the more, more than ever
noun, no-adjective
2.
single layer (or storey, etc.)
adverb
3.
rather, sooner, preferably(archaism)
See also:いっそ
Related Kanji
one, one radical (no.1)
stratum, social class, layer, story, floor
Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 84 results)

Matters are becoming worse

The rain fell even harder

It is still colder today

I said nothing, which made him more furious

しゅうにゅう
収入
しょうひ
消費
おお
多く
The more you earn, the more you spend

かれ
せんせい
先生
いっそう
一層
ねっしん
熱心
べんきょ
勉強した
He studied all the harder for being praised by his teacher

The news confirmed my suspicions

It was cold yesterday, but it is still colder today

Absence makes the heart grow fonder

I had half a mind to throw in the towel

かれ
たい
事態
いっそう
一層
わる
悪く
He added insult to injury

I felt all the more sad to hear that

What is still better is that the house has a beautiful garden

かれ
彼の
意地
わる
悪い
はつげん
発言
こう
講義
いっそう
一層
はげ
激しく
His nasty comments fueled the argument

I like him all the better for it

He was all the more angry because she wasn't in the least sorry

He spoke yet more harshly

The fine day added to our pleasure

He wanted the toy worse than before

A hot bath made me feel much better
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