Definition of (ひま)

ひま

ひま

hima

noun, na-adjective
1.
spare time, free time, leisure
noun
2.
time (e.g. time it takes to do something)(only relevant for ひま and ヒマ)
noun, na-adjective
3.
time off, day off, vacation, holiday, leave
4.
quitting (one's job), firing someone, divorcing (one's spouse)
na-adjective
5.
(being) inactive, (of one's business) slow(only relevant for ひま and ヒマ)
noun
6.
leaving, departing(only relevant for いとま)
See also:御暇
Other readings:
【いとま】
【ひま】
【いとま】
ヒマ
Related Kanji
spare time, rest, leisure, time, leave of absence
leisure
leisure
Conjugations
na-adjective
Plain
Polite
Negative
Negative (Polite)
Present Indicative - Non-past, present and future tense
暇だ
ひまだ
himada
暇です
ひまです
himadesu
暇ではない
ひまではない
himadewanai

暇じゃない
ひまじゃない
himajanai
暇ではありません
ひまではありません
himadewaarimasen
Past Indicative - Perfective, past-tense
暇だった
ひまだった
himadatta
暇でした
ひまでした
himadeshita
暇ではなかった
ひまではなかった
himadewanakatta
暇ではありませんでした
ひまではありませんでした
himadewaarimasendeshita
Volitional - We will.., We intend to.., Lets..
暇かろう
ひまかろう
himakarou
Presumptive - Probably.. Maybe..
暇だろう
ひまだろう
himadarou
te-form
暇で
ひまで
himade
Na adjective
暇な
ひまな
himana
Adverb
暇に
ひまに
himani
Provisional - Hypothetical conditional, If (hypothetical)..
暇であれば
ひまであれば
himadeareba

暇なら
ひまなら
himanara
暇ではなければ
ひまではなければ
himadewanakereba
Please note: These conjugation tables are auto-generated, and some forms may not be relevant or in normal usage for this word. If you find any errors please send feedback.
Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 131 results)

Do this at your leisure

By the way, are you free this afternoon

ケン、
わた
私の
げんこう
原稿
ひま
Do you have the time to run over the draft of my speech, Ken

Read this book at your leisure

When will you be free

She gives most of her spare time to playing the piano

わた
りょこう
旅行
ひま
I can't afford the time for a journey

もっ
最も
いそ
忙しい
ひと
ひま
おお
多い
The busiest people have the most leisure

You can take advantage of your free time

I cannot find time to read the book

If students today had more free time, they might show more interest in politics

He studied hard, hardly taking time out for lunch

I think I can do it in my spare time

There are many people in the world who complain that they are too busy to read

By the way, are you free this afternoon

ひま
ちゅ
なに
何も
日々
I spent idle days during the vacation

こんばん
今晩
ひま
Are you free tonight

I have some free time in the afternoon

I don't have time to read

I have a lot of money and enough time to use it
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