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noun, na adjective, no adjective

English Meaning(s) for 得意

noun, na adjective, no adjective
  1. satisfaction; pride; triumph; elation
  2. one's strong point; one's forte; one's specialty
  1. regular customer; regular client; patron

Definition and Synonyms for 得意

Pridefulness a feeling of self-respect and personal worth
Synonyms: おごり, おごる, うぬぼれ, プライド, うぬぼれる, 倨傲, 得意, 思い上がり, 思い上がる, 慢心, 我褒め, 気位, 矜持, 自尊, 自尊心, 自慢, 自負, 自負心, 見識, 誇り, 誇る, 誇らしい, 驕り, 驕傲
Elation a feeling of joy and pride
Synonyms: 上機嫌, 得意, 意気揚々, ご機嫌
Triumph the exultation of victory
Synonyms: 得意
Client someone who pays for goods or services
Synonyms: カスタマー, クライアント, 依頼人, 依頼者, 取引先, , , お客さん, お客様, 客筋, 客賓, 得意, 得意先, 得意客, 施主, 買い手, 贔屓, 顧客
Frequenter a regular customer
Synonyms: おなじみ, クライアント, 取引先, なじみ客, 客筋, 常客, 常得意, 常連, 得意, 贔屓, 贔屓, 贔屓, 顧客, 馴染み

Meanings for each kanji in 得意

» gain; get; find; earn; acquire; can; may; able to; profit; advantage; benefit
» idea; mind; heart; taste; thought; desire; care; liking

Categories 得意 is a member of

Feeling the experiencing of affective and emotional states
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Joy the emotion of great happiness
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Jubilation a feeling of extreme joy
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Consumer a person who uses goods or services
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Client someone who pays for goods or services
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Sample Sentences for 得意

I'm best at math.
She is good at speaking English.
What subject are you good at?
The boy was good at mathematics so everybody considered him a genius.
Tom is good at swimming.

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