Definition of (じ)

ji

noun
1.
character (esp. kanji), letter, written text
2.
handwriting, penmanship
3.
the ... word (e.g. "the L word" = "love")(as 〜の字)
See also:ほの字
Related Kanji
character, letter, word, section of village
Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 25 results)

かのじょ
彼女の
It is impossible to read her handwriting

The boy has learned to read

There is need for improvement in your handwriting

かのじょ
彼女
じゅうぶ
十分
She is well able to read

かれ
じゅうぶ
十分
He is well able to read

Leave more space between characters

かのじょ
彼女
She has beautiful handwriting

Please excuse my bad handwriting

かのじょ
彼女
ぜん
以前
じょうず
上手
She writes much better now than she used to

かのじょ
彼女
じょうず
上手
She has very neat handwriting

Place your skis in an inverted V

You'll strain your eyes trying to read in this light

かれ
彼の
のう
不可能
His writing is impossible to read

わた
私の
はは
My mother has good handwriting

You should not look down on her just because she writes a poor hand

かのじょ
彼女
じょうず
上手
She has good handwriting

かれ
下手
His handwriting is poor

You write very neatly, don't you

He is quick to find fault with the student's penmanship

祖母
ろうれい
老齢
こし
Grandmother is bent double with age
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