Kanji details for

 
Common kanji
Uses 15 strokes
Taught in Junior high

Search words that:
- start with 踏
- end with 踏
- contain 踏
step, trample, carry through, appraise, evade payment
KUN:
  • ふ.む
    fu.mu
  • ふ.まえる
    fu.maeru
ON:
  • トウ
    tou
Written with 15 strokes
Taught in Junior high
Radicals:
Example words(showing 1-10 of 128 results)

Godan-mu verb, transitive verb
1.
to step on, to tread on, to trample on
2.
to set foot on (e.g. foreign soil), to stand on, to visit
3.
to experience, to undergo
4.
to follow (rules, principles, etc.), to go through (e.g. formalities), to complete
5.
to estimate, to guess, to judge, to value, to appraise
6.
to rhyme
See also:韻を踏む
7.
to succeed to (e.g. the throne)
Other readings:
履む【ふむ】
践む【ふむ】

noun
1.
railway crossing, railroad crossing, train crossing, level crossing
2.
starting line, scratch
3.
determination
4.
stepping over the edge of the ring(sumo term)
Other readings:
踏切り【ふみきり】
踏み切り【ふみきり】
踏み切【ふみきり】

Ichidan verb, transitive verb
1.
to be based on, to take into account, to build upon, to have origin in
2.
to have one's feet firmly planted on, to plant oneself on

noun, auxillary suru verb
dance (esp. Western style), dancing
See also:ダンス

noun, auxillary suru verb
1.
stepping (in place), stamping (up and down), stomping, marking time (for a soldier)
2.
standstill, stalemate
Other readings:
足ぶみ【あしぶみ】

noun
1.
fumi-e, fumie, tablet bearing Christian images, on which Edo-period authorities forced suspected Christians to trample
2.
allegiance test, loyalty test(idiom )
Other readings:
踏絵【ふみえ】

Godan-ru verb, intransitive verb
to brace one's legs, to straddle, to stand firm, to plant oneself (somewhere), to hold out, to persist
Other readings:
踏んばる【ふんばる】

noun, auxillary suru verb, no-adjective
hustle and bustle, throng, crowd, congestion, traffic jam
Other readings:
雑沓【ざっとう】
雑鬧【ざっとう】

Godan-ru verb, transitive verb
1.
to take off, to jump, to leap
2.
to take the plunge, to decide, to embark on, to venture into, to launch out into
3.
to step out of the ring(sumo term)
Other readings:
踏切る【ふみきる】

fumiireru
Ichidan verb, transitive verb
to walk in on, to tread upon
Other readings:
踏みいれる【ふみいれる】
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Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 73 results)

I apologized to her for stepping on her foot

しょうね
少年
わた
私の
あし
The boy stepped on my foot on purpose

かのじょ
彼女
わた
私の
あし
She apologized to me for stepping on my foot

I had expected stronger resistance from the enemy but if anything there are less of them as we advance to the centre... Don't you think that's strange

だんかい
段階
よくあつ
抑圧
がいねん
概念
しょうさ
詳細に
けんしょ
検証
From this point we go on to an even more detailed examination of the concept of repression

The man did not so much as apologize for stepping on my foot

Don't step on that rock. It's going to fall

わた
あし
いぬ
The dog gave a yelp when I trod on its paw

He apologized to me for stepping on my foot

かれ
でんしゃ
電車
なか
わざ
態と
わた
私の
あし
He trod on my foot on purpose in the train

かのじょ
彼女
あし
足踏み
くつ
どろ
She stamped the mud off her shoes

Don't step on the broken glass

He pressed the brake pedal

でんしゃ
電車
なか
だれ
誰か
あし
Someone stepped on my foot on the train

He stepped on my foot on purpose

いっ
一歩
はんぶん
半分
おな
同じ
The first step is as good as half over

つく
うえ
とう
舞踏
ほん
There is a book on dancing on the desk

Don't cross the tracks when the alarm is ringing

ざっとう
雑踏
なか
ひと
一人
In the crowded street you're standing all alone

I didn't mean to step on your foot