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[とお()·]
tooi
i adjective

English Meaning(s) for 遠い

i adjective
  1. far; distant

Definition and Synonyms for 遠い

Farsighted able to see distant objects clearly
Synonyms: 遠い
Afar at or from or to a great distance
Synonyms: 遠い
Distance a distant region
Synonyms: 遠い, 遠く, 遠方
Far located at a great distance in time or space or degree
Synonyms: 程遠い, 遠い, 遥か
Distant located far away spatially
Synonyms: 遠い, 遠々しい, 遥か, 遼遠
Distant separate or apart in time
Synonyms: 悠遠, 遠い, 遠々しい, 遥か, 遼遠
Faraway very far away in space or time
Synonyms: 遠い, 遥か
Distant separated in space or coming from or going to a distance
Synonyms: 遠い, 遠々しい, 遥か, 遼遠
Distant far apart in relevance or relationship or kinship
Synonyms: 遠い, 遠々しい, 離れる
Removed separated in relationship by a given degree of descent
Synonyms: 遠い
Mind-Boggling intellectually or emotionally overwhelming
Synonyms: 遠い
Far being of a considerable distance or length
Synonyms: 程遠い, 遠い, 遥か
Afar far
Synonyms: 遠い

Meanings for each kanji in 遠い

distant; far Kanji Details »

Categories 遠い is a member of

Part the extended spatial location of something
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 遠い

Conjugations for 遠い

Present Indicative Form
[とお()·]
tooi
Present Indicative Negative Form
[とお()···]
tookunai
Past Indicative Form
[とお()···]
tookatta
Past Indicative Negative Form
[とお()·····]
tookunakatta
te-form
[とお()··]
tookute
Negative te-form Form
[とお()····]
tookunakute
Adverbial Form
[とお()·]
tooku
Provisional Form
Present Indicative Form
[とお()····]
tookattara

Sample Sentences for 遠い

My grandfather, being hard of hearing, often makes an irrelevant answer.
The place where he lives is far from town.
Thank you very much for coming all the way to see me.
Is the bank far from here?
How far is it to New York?

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how come it uses o instead u? is it spoken the same or differently?

#1 Posted by Adachi over 5 years ago


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