Definition of (き)

ki

noun
1.
spirit, mind, heart
2.
nature, disposition
3.
motivation, intention(usu. after a verb)
See also:やる気,  気がない
4.
mood, feelings
See also:気が重い
5.
ambience, atmosphere, mood
Other readings:
【き】[1]
Notes:
  1. word containing out-dated kanji
Related Kanji
spirit, mind, air, atmosphere, mood
spirit, mind, air, atmosphere, mood
Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 97 results)

かれ
じゅうぶ
十分に
He is willing enough

I don't feel like waiting any longer

He was so sad that he almost went mad

I cannot bring myself to help such a man

いそ
急ぐ
かん
時間
じゅうぶ
十分
Somehow I just don't feel like hurrying. I have enough time

わた
はた
働く
I don't feel like working today

Though he is old, he has a youthful spirit

Dare you ask me another question

No one feels displeased when he is praised

I couldn't bring myself to call on him

When I contemplate the sea, I feel calm

I'm not in the mood

Please don't take my mind off the work

Much as I like you, I will not marry you

He must be crazy to say such a thing

I don't know, nor do I care

わた
さん
散歩
I don't feel like going for a walk

He could not bring himself to believe her story

She could not quite bring herself to adopt a child

かれ
けん
試験
しっぱい
失敗
He is discouraged by his failure in the examination
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