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[ぜい()·たく()]
zeitaku
na adjective, noun, suru verb

English Meaning(s) for 贅沢

na adjective, noun
  1. luxury; extravagance
suru verb
  1. to live in luxury

Definition and Synonyms for 贅沢

Sumptuously in a sumptuous and opulent manner
Synonyms: 贅沢
Luxurious displaying luxury and furnishing gratification to the senses
Synonyms: デラックス, 豪勢, 豪奢, 豪華, 贅沢
Grand rich and superior in quality
Synonyms: リッチ, デラックス, 奢侈, 豪勢, 豪壮, 豪奢, 豪華, 贅沢
Profligate recklessly wasteful
Synonyms: 奢侈, 贅沢
Luxury something that is an indulgence rather than a necessity
Synonyms: , 贅沢
Luxuriousness wealth as evidenced by sumptuous living
Synonyms: だし, 奢侈, 富裕, 栄耀, 栄華, 華奢, 豪勢, 豪奢, 贅沢, 驕奢

Meanings for each kanji in 贅沢

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Categories 贅沢 is a member of

Indulgence an inability to resist the gratification of whims and desires
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Wealth the state of being rich and affluent
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 贅沢

Sample Sentences for 贅沢

He lives in luxury.
He led a life of luxury.
The hotel has an air of luxury.
She was brought up in the lap of luxury.
You say that your savings are piling up and you have no way of spending them? That's really an extravagant kind of worry to have.

Comments for 贅沢

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Ohhh. So that is what it means. Hmm. Well. I guess all I could really say is that I am really, really sorry to my instructor… and definitely my impending doom (test failure). Ugghh. I mean, please don’t get me wrong, guys, but I am really having a hard time learning the Japanese language. When I thought that familiarising with the tones of words is difficult, the writing process begs to disagree. The latter is much more complex. I can’t seem to remember any details from my Japanese Strokes lesson. What a shame. I am really for ranting non-stop on this thread.

#3 Posted by Marlon Johansson about 4 weeks ago

I think it's an AJINOMOTO product. What is the TV program that you were watching? Maybe it is sponsored by that company or a product of that brand was used?

#2 Posted by UtagawaAki about 1 month ago

Hello, how could you translate "zeitakuna aji"? I heard on tv during a cooking programme. 

Thank you

#1 Posted by Fuchan about 1 month ago


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