Meaning of 引っ in Japanese
Definition of 引っ
Words related to 引っ
- (n) purse snatching; handbag snatching; purse snatcher; handbag snatcher
(v5r, vi) to be caught in; to be stuck in
The kite got caught in the tree.
- to stop by; to drop in for a short visit; to be delayed; to take time
- to get mixed up in (trouble); to get entangled in (a problem); to be involved with
- to fall for (a trick); to be deceived; to be cheated
- to be on one's mind; to worry one; to be bothered by; to feel uneasy
- to be obstructed; to be hindered
- to splash
(v1, vt) to hang (something) on (something); to throw on (clothes)
She threw on a coat and went.
to hook; to catch; to trap; to ensnare
I caught my sweater on that nail.
- to cheat; to evade payment; to jump a bill
- to drink (alcohol)
to splash someone (with)
He dashed us with water.
- to hit the ball off the end of the bat (baseball)
(adj-na) continually; continuously; incessantly
This incessant noise drives me mad.
Sentences containing 引っ
"What is this? An offering?" "That's right. Put it in this offertory box ... and pull this rope."
Those individual members of the class do not want to be held back by others not so good at math.