Kanji details for

 
Common kanji
Uses 15 strokes
Taught in grade 6

Search words that:
- start with 劇
- end with 劇
- contain 劇
drama, play
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  • ゲキ
    geki
Written with 15 strokes
Taught in grade 6
Radicals:
Example words(showing 1-10 of 133 results)

noun, no-adjective
theatre, theater, playhouse

noun
1.
drama, play
2.
powerful drug(abbreviation)(abbr of 劇薬)

na-adjective
sudden, abrupt, rapid, sharp, drastic, radical
All readings:
急激【きゅうげき】
急劇【きゅうげき】

noun
1.
tragedy, tragic drama, tragic play
2.
tragedy, calamity, disaster

adjective
1.
violent, furious, tempestuous
2.
extreme, intense, fierce, strong
3.
fervent, vehement
4.
incessant, relentless
5.
precipitous, steep(archaism)
All readings:
激しい【はげしい】
劇しい【はげしい】
烈しい【はげしい】

noun, no-adjective
drama, theatre, theater, play

noun
troupe, theatrical company

noun, no-adjective
comedy, funny show

noun, auxillary suru verb, no-adjective
fierce battle, hard-fought battle, hot contest, severe fight
All readings:
激戦【げきせん】
劇戦【げきせん】
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Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 187 results)

I found the theater crowded

The show is over

げきじょ
劇場
まえ
Let's meet in front of the theater

かか
きっ
切符
げきじょ
劇場
なか
はい
入って
I showed my ticket to the doorman and went into the theatre

がくせい
学生
ぜんいん
全員
げき
さん
参加
All the students will partake in the play

げきじょ
劇場
ぞくぞく
続々と
ひと
A stream of people came out of the theater

げき
悲劇
とつぜん
突然
The tragedy happened suddenly

The play ended all too soon

われわれ
我々
みん
げき
喜劇
We were all amused with the comedy

げきじょ
劇場
とちゅう
途中
ヨウコ
I met Yoko on my way to the theater

かのじょ
彼女
とくべつ
特別
しょうがくき
奨学金
えんげき
演劇
けんきゅ
研究
She was studying drama on a special scholarship

かのじょ
彼女
はじ
初めて
げき
She acted in a play for the first time

This drama will be on the air tomorrow

かのじょ
彼女
げき
She acted in the play

わた
かど
げきじょ
劇場
I am going to the theater on the corner

The play was far from being a failure

こん
今夜
げきじょ
劇場
Are you going to the theater tonight

She would often go to the theater when she was in London

げきじょ
劇場
かんきゃ
観客
すう
なつ
げんしょ
減少
Theater attendance usually falls off in summer

The play was very amusing; you ought to have gone there