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[()·ぶん()]
jibun
adverbial noun, noun (temporal)

English Meaning(s) for 時分

adverbial noun, noun (temporal)
  1. time; hour; season; time of the year

Definition and Synonyms for 時分

Season a recurrent time marked by major holidays
Synonyms: セゾン, シーズン, , , 候ふ, 季節, , , 時分, 時期, 時節, 陽気
Time a suitable moment
Synonyms: ころ, とき, とき, とく, , 折り, 折る, , , , 時分, 時期, 時機, 時節, 潮時, , 頃おい

Meanings for each kanji in 時分

time; hour Kanji Details »
part; minute of time; segment; share; degree; one's lot; duty; understand; know; rate; 1%; chances; shaku/100 Kanji Details »

Categories 時分 is a member of

Period an amount of time
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Minute a particular point in time
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Sample Sentences for 時分

Chokichi keenly felt that people, as they get older, forget entirely about the worries that only young people know about and that they themselves experienced in their youth; and that they nonchalantly take this convenient disposition where they judge harshly the circumstances of the young persons born of the next generation. He felt that there was truly an irreconcilable gap between the old and the young.
I can't remember which sweets I liked as a child.
He went through many hardships in his youth.
He used to play the violin in his youth.
When I was in elementary school I thought, from the bottom of my heart, that the teachers were great people and I was influenced by the teachers' attitudes and moral lessons, but middle school was just a business like any other.

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