Meaning of 寄 in Japanese
Words related to 寄
(v1, vt) to come near; to let someone approach
Pull over to the side, please.
to bring near; to bring together; to collect; to gather
The snow banked up against the wall.
- to deliver (opinion, news, etc.); to send (e.g. a letter); to contribute; to donate
- to let someone drop by
- to add (numbers)
- to have feelings for (love, good will, trust, etc.)
- to rely upon for a time; to depend on
- to use as a pretext
- to put aside
- to press; to push; to force
(n) mish-mash; miscellany; medley; odds and ends; gathering
Two's company, three's crowd.
Sentences containing 寄
"Want to drop round my place?" "Can I?" "My parents come home late as they both work."
Your gift will go far towards helping to build the children's hospital.