Kanji details for

 
Common kanji
Uses 11 strokes
Taught in grade 6

Search words that:
- start with 済
- end with 済
- contain 済
settle (debt, etc.), relieve (burden), finish, come to an end, excusable, need not
KUN:
  • す.む
    su.mu
  • -ず.み
    -zu.mi
  • -ずみ
    -zumi
  • す.まない
    su.manai
  • す.ます
    su.masu
  • -す.ます
    -su.masu
  • すく.う
    suku.u
  • な.す
    na.su
  • わたし
    watashi
  • わた.る
    wata.ru
ON:
  • サイ
    sai
  • セイ
    sei
Nanori:
  • すむ
    sumu
  • なり
    nari
  • わたる
    wataru
Written with 11 strokes
Taught in grade 6
Radicals:
Example words(showing 1-10 of 294 results)

noun
1.
economy, economics
2.
finance, (one's) finances, financial circumstances
3.
being economical, economy, thrift

Godan-mu verb, intransitive verb
1.
to finish, to end, to be completed
2.
to merely result in something less severe than expected
3.
to feel at ease
4.
to feel unease or guilt for troubling someone, to be sorry(in the negative)
Other readings:
濟む【すむ】[1]
Notes:
  1. word containing out-dated kanji

Ichidan verb, transitive verb
to finish, to make an end of, to get through with, to let end

expression, interjection
1.
excuse me, pardon me, I'm sorry(usually kana, polite language)(used both to apologize and to get someone's attention)
2.
thank you(usually kana, polite language)

adjective
1.
inexcusable, unjustifiable, unpardonable(usually kana)
2.
sorry, remorseful, apologetic, conscience-stricken, contrite
interjection
3.
excuse me, (I'm) sorry, thank you

noun, auxillary suru verb
1.
relief, aid, help, rescue
2.
(religious) salvation, (Christian) grace

noun, auxillary suru verb
repayment, reimbursement, refund, redemption

Godan-su verb, transitive verb
1.
to finish, to get it over with, to conclude
2.
to settle, to pay back
3.
to get along (without something), to make do with (without)(often with で)

na-adjective
economic, economical, financial

noun
economic world, financial circles, business community
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Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 607 results)

I'm sorry that I can't meet you tonight

Excuse me, could you say that again more slowly

Bring it back when you are through

Excuse me. May I get through

Sorry? Pardon

Excuse me. May I get by

I'm sorry to bother you

Sorry, I made a mistake

Forgive me for being late

Excuse me for being late

Sorry, I can't accommodate you

I am sorry to have kept you waiting so long

I will call you when I have done my shopping

I will call you when I have done my shopping

We felt sorry for the error

Excuse me, is this seat taken

I can take a good long rest when this work is finished

I'm sorry. Would you mind turning around

Let me read the newspaper if you've finished with it

Are you through with the phone