Definition of 礼儀 (れいぎ)

れい

礼儀

れいぎ

reigi

noun
manners, courtesy, etiquette
Related Kanji
salute, bow, ceremony, thanks, remuneration
ceremony, rule, affair, case, a matter
Example sentences(showing 19 results)

Politeness is less observed today than it used to be

You could at least try to be a bit more polite, even though it's not like you

That is beneath ordinary decency

かれ
れい
礼儀
ただ
正しい
わた
私たち
そんけい
尊敬
We look up to him because of his politeness

He is wanting in courtesy

あや
謝る
れい
礼儀
かのじょ
彼女
こころえ
心得ていた
She had the decency to apologize

かれ
彼の
れい
礼儀
しん
紳士
His manners are not those of a gentleman

You must be courteous to any guest

In Japan, it is proper to bow when you meet someone

Mr Smith is too polite to say anything bad about others

You must look to your manners

かたくる
堅苦しい
れい
礼儀
いっさい
一切
Let's do away with all formalities

In Japan, bowing is common courtesy

It's only manners to tackle all out a game that they have gone all out in creating. Pressing the pause button is just rude

あさはや
朝早く
ひと
ほうもん
訪問
れい
礼儀
はん
反する
It is against etiquette to call on a person early in the morning

He did not even have the grace to apologize

It was civil of him to offer his seat to the old man

しんせつしん
親切心
れい
礼儀
ほんしつ
本質
Kindness is the essence of politeness

It is not etiquette to do so