Meaning of doko in Japanese
Definition of doko
Words related to doko
(adv) somehow; for some reason; vaguely
She is somewhat refined.
(conj) everywhere; wherever
Don't cry. There's nothing wrong.
(adv) how far; to what extent
How far are you going for a drive?
(adv) anywhere; through thick and thin; to the utmost; persistently; stubbornly; in all respects; thoroughly
He looks every inch a gentleman.
- (n) riverbed
- raised platform on the bank of a river for enjoying the cool in summer
- (n) whereabouts; address
- place of temporary residence
- (suf) (strongly emphatic) too preoccupied or busy to even think of ...; .. is out of the question; this is not an occasion for
(n) bed; berth; crib; cot; kip
The child is wide awake in bed.
(n) stagnation; hindrance; delay
She smoothly and elegantly poured the water into the glass.
At that shop they deal in kitchen utensils.
(n) famous place
Switzerland boasts many sights.
- name of a part (of an instrument, etc.)
- name and address
- (n) point worthy of note; highlight (e.g. in a film); thing to note
- good prospects for the future; promise
- (n) grounds; foundation; authority; support; something upon which to rely
- (n) official in charge of the administration of domains and general affairs of powerful noble families (from the middle of the Heian period)
- titled lady (legal wife of an important official) →Related words: 北の政所
- government office related to finances (Kamakura and Muromachi periods)
- clerk working for large temples and shrines
- (n) earthwork; earthworks
- laborer; labourer; navvy; construction worker
(n) a place or opportunity to make a display of
That was her chance to show what she could do.
(adv) at once; there and then
Having hit a streak of bad luck, my fortune had gone to pot in no time.
- (n) Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
(suf) far from; anything but; not at all
Far from stopping, the storm became much more intense.
let alone; to say nothing of; not to speak of; much less
He doesn't even drink beer, not to mention whiskey.
(exp) all over
Everywhere seems to be crowded.
- (n) The Nonpareil Kitchen; The Kitchen of the Nation (nickname for Osaka)
(adv) nowhere (with neg. verb); not anywhere
Look as I might, nowhere could I find my lost watch.
everywhere; anywhere; anyplace
Again, we can see this approach as deriving from Matthew Arnold's idea that everywhere there is connection.
(adv) nowhere; not anywhere (with neg. verb)
I am not going anywhere on Sunday.
- (exp) don't do unto others what you would not have done unto you
(adj-i) can't be helped (of situation, reason, etc.); unavoidable
Due to unavoidable circumstances this summer I can't stay in my holiday cottage.