Kanji details for

 
Common kanji
Uses 7 strokes
Taught in Junior high

Search words that:
- start with 抜
- end with 抜
- contain 抜
slip out, extract, pull out, pilfer, quote, remove, omit
KUN:
  • ぬ.く
    nu.ku
  • -ぬ.く
    -nu.ku
  • ぬ.き
    nu.ki
  • ぬ.ける
    nu.keru
  • ぬ.かす
    nu.kasu
  • ぬ.かる
    nu.karu
ON:
  • バツ
    batsu
  • ハツ
    hatsu
  • ハイ
    hai
Nanori:
  • ぬき
    nuki
Written with 7 strokes
Taught in Junior high
Radicals:
Example words(showing 1-10 of 302 results)

Godan-ku verb, transitive verb
1.
to pull out, to draw out, to extract, to unplug, to weed
2.
to omit, to leave out, to go without, to skip
auxiliary verb, Godan-ku verb
3.
to do to the end, to carry through
Godan-ku verb, transitive verb
4.
to let out (e.g. air from a tyre), to drain (e.g. water from a bath), to empty
5.
to pick out, to choose, to select, to extract
6.
to pilfer, to steal
7.
to remove, to get rid of, to take out
8.
to pass, to overtake, to outstrip, to get ahead of
9.
to pierce, to break through, to go through(also written 貫く)
10.
to cut out (a shape), to create (a pattern) by dying the surrounding area
11.
to seize, to capture, to reduce
12.
to scoop (a story)
13.
to take out (an opponent's stones; in go)
Godan-ku verb
14.
to masturbate (of a male), to ejaculate (while masturbating)(slang, vulgar)
15.
to take (a photo), to record (video)(slang)

Ichidan verb, intransitive verb
1.
to come out, to fall out, to be omitted, to be missing, to escape, to come loose
2.
to fade, to discolour
3.
to wear a hole (e.g. clothes)
4.
to leave (e.g. a meeting)
5.
to be clear, to be transparent (e.g. of the sky)
6.
to be stupid, to be absentminded, to be careless, to be inattentive(usu. as 抜けた or 抜けている)
7.
to exit (a program loop)(computer term)
Ichidan verb, transitive verb
8.
to go through, to pass through, to give way, to collapse
Other readings:
脱ける【ぬける】

Godan-su verb, intransitive verb
1.
to slip out, to sneak away, to break free, to get through (a difficult situation)
2.
to break into the lead, to get ahead
3.
to begin to fall out (e.g. hair)
4.
to break out (of a loop)(computer term)
Other readings:
抜けだす【ぬけだす】
脱け出す【ぬけだす】

noun
height above sea level

Godan-su verb, transitive verb
1.
to omit, to leave out, to skip(only relevant for 抜かす)
2.
to overtake, to pass(only relevant for 抜かす)
3.
to say, to speak(vulgar)
Other readings:
吐かす【ぬかす】

noun, noun (suffix)
1.
leaving out, omitting, skipping, dispensing with
suffix
2.
(beating) in succession, in a row(after a number of people)

noun, auxillary suru verb
selection, choice, picking out

no-adjective, na-adjective
1.
outstanding, excellent, exceptional, surpassing, extraordinary, distinguished
noun
2.
preeminence, distinction, extraordinariness
Other readings:
抜群【ばっくん】[1]
バツグン
Notes:
  1. out-dated or obsolete kana usage

noun, no-adjective
1.
boning (fish or meat), deboning
2.
watering down (a plan, bill, etc.), dilution, emasculation
3.
taking the backbone out of, weakening
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Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 307 results)

His teeth had gaps

ほん
One of my teeth came out

I have not got rid of my bad cold yet

やま
かいばつ
海抜
3、000
いじょう
以上
The mountain is more than 3,000 meters above sea level

I can't get rid of my cold

You can't just work all day every day. You need to take a vacation once in a while

His stupid answer surprised everybody

I had a tooth pulled

The decayed tooth came out on its own

わた
せんしゅ
先週
I had a tooth pulled out last week

ひと
人込み
から
よこ
He edged sideways through the crowd

She had a bad tooth taken out

I had the nerve removed from my tooth

The mountain is 2000 meters above sea level

He could not get out of the bad habit

都市
かいばつ
海抜
1600
This city is 1,600 meters above sea level

せい
生理
いち
一度
I missed a period

やま
かいばつ
海抜
やく
3000
The mountain is about 3000 meters above sea level

He made every effort to get out of that habit

I can't get rid of my cold