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Meaning:

In Japanese, 辞 means “to quit”.


How to read it:

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How to write it:


Origin:

辞 = 舌 + 辛
舌 represents “to say”; 辛 means “sad”.
So you can remember this kanji by
“He said that it made him sad and he wanted to quit the job.”


Development:


Vocabulary:

LevelWordReadingMeaning
Basic辞書じしょdictionary
Basic辞典じてんdictionary
Inter辞めるやめるto quit
Adv辞退じたいdecline
Advお辞儀おじぎbow
Adv辞するじするto resign
Adv辞任じにんresignation
Advお世辞おせじflattery
H_Adv辞職じしょくresignation
H_Adv辞令じれいletter of appointment
H_Adv社交辞令しゃこうじれいbeing polite
S_Adv辞表じひょうresignation letter
S_Adv修辞しゅうじfigure of speech
S_Adv賛辞さんじpraise
Others祝辞しゅくじcongratulations
Others弔辞ちょうじcondolence
Others固辞こじrefuse firmly
Others辞去じきょdie
Others謝辞しゃじacknowledgment
Others辞意じいresignation
Others辞林じりんdictionary
Others献辞けんじdedication
Others措辞そじwording
Others答辞とうじaddress at graduation
Others送辞そうじfarewell address
Others虚辞きょじsyntactic expletive
Others式辞しきじaddress
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