Definition of 面倒 (めんどう)

めんどう

面倒

めんどう

mendou

noun, na-adjective
1.
trouble, bother
2.
trouble, difficulty
noun
3.
care, attention
Notes:
  1. ateji (phonetic) reading
Related Kanji
mask, face, features, surface
overthrow, fall, collapse, drop, break down
Conjugations
na-adjective
Plain
Polite
Negative
Negative (Polite)
Present Indicative - Non-past, present and future tense
面倒だ
めんどうだ
mendouda
面倒です
めんどうです
mendoudesu
面倒ではない
めんどうではない
mendoudewanai

面倒じゃない
めんどうじゃない
mendoujanai
面倒ではありません
めんどうではありません
mendoudewaarimasen
Past Indicative - Perfective, past-tense
面倒だった
めんどうだった
mendoudatta
面倒でした
めんどうでした
mendoudeshita
面倒ではなかった
めんどうではなかった
mendoudewanakatta
面倒ではありませんでした
めんどうではありませんでした
mendoudewaarimasendeshita
Volitional - We will.., We intend to.., Lets..
面倒かろう
めんどうかろう
mendoukarou
Presumptive - Probably.. Maybe..
面倒だろう
めんどうだろう
mendoudarou
te-form
面倒で
めんどうで
mendoude
Na adjective
面倒な
めんどうな
mendouna
Adverb
面倒に
めんどうに
mendouni
Provisional - Hypothetical conditional, If (hypothetical)..
面倒であれば
めんどうであれば
mendoudeareba

面倒なら
めんどうなら
mendounara
面倒ではなければ
めんどうではなければ
mendoudewanakereba
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Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 41 results)

Don't give me any more trouble

He avoids all troublesome tasks

Try to avoid making any more trouble

I feel happy because I am quit of that trouble

むす
息子
めんどう
面倒
じゅうぶ
十分に
Your son will be well taken care of

Only if it's not too much trouble

This tipping business always makes us uneasy

They gave us very little trouble

わた
めんどう
面倒な
そう
予想
I anticipated trouble

Beware that you don't get into trouble

I seem unable to get out of this trouble in short time

ども
子供
きみ
めんどう
面倒
That child must be looked after by you

He has taken all this trouble for nothing

しんぱい
心配
まえ
お前
めんどう
面倒
Don't worry. I'll take care of you

I don't object to your going out to work, but who will look after the children

かれ
彼ら
かれ
めんどう
面倒
きょうし
教室
They accused him of being in the classroom in order to cause trouble

My uncle always did well by us

His sudden appearance gave rise to trouble

It fell to me to take care of the baby

ほう
放課後
めんどう
面倒な
A trouble arose after school
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