Meaning of toki in Japanese
Definition of toki
- (n) Japanese crested ibis (Nipponia nippon); crested ibis
Words related to toki
(n) jet aeroplane; jet airplane
The jet roared during takeoff.
(n) once (i.e. "once, when I was studying ..")
Come and see me when you have time.
(adv) conspicuously; noticeably; remarkably; still more; especially
High above the city stands the old castle.
- (adv) at the same time; at a time; at one time; simultaneously
(n) slice; small piece
Please give me a piece of bread.
(n) dawn; daybreak
Once elected, I will do my best for all of you who supported me.
- event (i.e. "in the event of ..."); occasion; occurrence
(n) watch; clock; timepiece
What time is it by your watch?
I meet him at school now and then.
(adv) once in a while; occasionally; seldom; at long intervals
I hear from him once in a while.
(adv) in some cases; sometimes; on occasions
A genius can sometimes have rude manners.
(n) moment; instant
The patient requires constant care.
- (n) paying loan installments whenever one happens to have money (instalments)
(n) plague bacillus (Yersinia pestis, formerly pasteurella pestis)
Rats carry the plague.
(exp) at that time; at that moment; then; on that occasion
Then they picked dandelions and put them in their ears.
(exp) in time of need; for a rainy day; in case of emergency
Keep something for a rainy day.
- (n) the privy purse; the money used for private purposes by the members of the Imperial family
- (n) times and situations; the course of events of the times; a turn of Fortune's wheel
(exp) (at the) last moment; (in the) nick of time
His nerve failed him at the last moment.
(adj-pn) unthought of; unexpected; unseasonal; unscheduled
You don't need to bring up "A Winter Sonata" to show that South Korean culture is having an unexpected boom in Japan.
- (exp) behaving (posing) as if they were a married couple
(exp) time is money
It is truly said that time is money.
- (exp) try though one might, it's impossible to replace one's first love
- (exp) spare no effort while you are young; heavy work in youth is quiet rest in old age
- (exp) victory depends on the luck of the day (i.e. it isn't always the strongest who wins)
- (n) round leaved primula (Primula obconica); primrose; poison primrose