Meaning of てれ in Japanese
Words related to てれ
- (n) Portuguese Jesuits (in Japan in the 16th century)
(adj-i) embarrassing; awkward
He acts very shy in her presence.
- (exp) the poor can't afford manners; only when basic needs for living are met can people spare the effort to be polite
Sentences containing てれ
If a player hit the tree with the ball, it meant that the crops would grow successfully.
It was quite possible to buy a house, just as it is in England, provided one gives up the idea of buying a home one likes, and at a reasonable price.