Kanji details for

 
Common kanji
Uses 9 strokes
Taught in grade 6

Search words that:
- start with 革
- end with 革
- contain 革
leather, skin, reform, become serious
KUN:
  • かわ
    kawa
ON:
  • カク
    kaku
Written with 9 strokes
Taught in grade 6
Radicals:
Example words(showing 1-10 of 189 results)

noun
leather

Ichidan verb, transitive verb
1.
to change, to alter, to revise, to replace(only relevant for 改める and 革める)
2.
to reform, to correct, to mend, to improve(only relevant for 改める and 革める)
3.
to examine, to check, to inspect(only relevant for 改める and 検める)
4.
to do properly, to do formally(only relevant for 改める and 革める)
All readings:
改める【あらためる】
検める【あらためる】
革める【あらためる】

noun, no-adjective
1.
fur, skin, pelt
2.
kanji "fur" radical(only relevant for けがわ)
All readings:
毛皮【けがわ】
毛皮【もうひ】
毛革【けがわ】
毛革【もうひ】

noun, auxillary suru verb
reform, reformation, reorganization

noun, no-adjective
1.
revolution
2.
58th year of the sexagenary cycle (in Onmyōdō)
See also:三革,  辛酉

noun, auxillary suru verb
reform, innovation

noun, auxillary suru verb
1.
change, transformation, innovation, reform, revolution, revolutionizing, upheaval
2.
Reformation

Godan-ru verb, intransitive verb
1.
to be renewed, to change(only relevant for 改まる)
2.
to be improved, to be reformed, to be revised, to be corrected(only relevant for 改まる)
3.
to stand on ceremony, to be formal(only relevant for 改まる)
4.
to take a turn for the worse (of an illness), to take a serious turn
All readings:
改まる【あらたまる】
革まる【あらたまる】

noun
administrative reform(abbreviation)

noun
conservatism and progressivism, conservatives and reformists
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Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 93 results)

He made great efforts to stop the reform as best he could

くつ
かわ
なに
何か
ざいりょ
材料
The shoes were made of some soft stuff that looked like leather

かれ
かくめい
革命
せっきょくて
積極的な
やくわり
役割
He played an active part in the revolution

くに
かくめい
革命
A revolution broke out in that country

せい
政府
きょうい
教育
かいかく
改革
The government has been reforming education

きんきゅ
緊急な
たい
事態
じん
人事
せい
制度
かいかく
改革
せいしん
清新な
ふん
雰囲気
あた
新しい
かんねん
観念
しき
組織
なか
ちゅうにゅう
注入
がい
以外
ほうさく
方策
We have no other alternative but to swap horses midstream and inject a fresh atmosphere and new ideas into our organization

わた
きゅうげ
急激な
かいかく
改革
I don't know much about today's revolutions

The shoes are made of leather

It looked as if we were on the eve of a revolution

かれ
かいかく
改革
じっこう
実行
しゅちょ
主張
He advocated to us that the changes be made

しゅしょ
首相
かい
議会
ばっぽんてき
抜本的な
かいかく
改革
ちゃくし
着手
ひょうめ
表明
The premier announced his intention to undertake drastic reforms in parliament

かくめい
革命
あら
新たな
だい
時代
The revolution brought in a new era

せい
政府
かい
議会
ばっぽんてき
抜本的な
かいかく
改革
ちゃくし
着手
The government undertook a drastic reform of parliament

にゅうし
入試
せい
制度
かいかく
改革
かいかく
改革
ちゃくちゃく
着々と
あゆ
歩み
おそ
遅い
The reform of both entrance examination system and curriculum makes slow progress

かれ
彼の
はっけん
発見
そう
輸送
かくめい
革命
His discovery gave rise to a revolution in transport

She is wearing a leather belt around her waist

だいとうりょ
大統領
えんぜつ
演説
こくみん
国民
へんかく
変革
The President's speech brought about a change in the American people

せいめい
声明
かいかく
改革
ひつよう
必要
The statement imported that changes were necessary

しゃかいふく
社会福祉
せい
制度
ばっぽんてき
抜本的な
かいかく
改革
ひつよう
必要
The social welfare system is in bad need of renovation

こう
飛行機
りょこう
旅行
かくめい
革命
The airplane has brought about a revolution in travel