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na adjective, noun

English Meaning(s) for 真剣

na adjective
  1. serious; earnest
  1. real sword (as opposed to a wooden practice weapon)

Definition and Synonyms for 真剣

Eager having or showing keen interest or intense desire or impatient expectancy
Synonyms: きり, 乗り気, , 意欲的, 熱心, 真剣
Serious concerned with work or important matters rather than play or trivialities
Synonyms: シリアス, 摯実, 本気, 真剣, 真摯, 真面目, 真面目
Earnest characterized by a firm and humorless belief in the validity of your opinions
Synonyms: きり, ひたすら, ひたぶる, ひたむき, 一向, 一生懸命, 一筋, 一途, 一途, , 懸命, 本気, 熱心, 熱誠, 生真面目, 真剣, 真摯, 真正直, 真面目, 真面目
Serious-Mindedness the trait of being serious
Synonyms: 一意, 新面目, 本気, 本腰, 熱心, 真剣, 真面目, 真面目, 誠実, 重大性
Fire feelings of great warmth and intensity
Synonyms: 情熱, 意気込み, 意気込む, 気勢, 気込み, , , 熱い, 熱心, 熱情, 熱意, 熱気, 熱気, 熱烈, 熱血, 熱誠, 真剣, 血気

Meanings for each kanji in 真剣

» true; reality; Buddhist sect
» sabre; sword; blade; clock hand

Categories 真剣 is a member of

Trait a distinguishing feature of your personal nature
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Passion a strong feeling or emotion
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 真剣

Sample Sentences for 真剣

I studied really hard so as to pass the exam.
We entered into a serious conversation.
I studied really hard in order to pass the exam.
He was in dead earnest when he threatened to call the police.
Don't make fun of me when I'm talking seriously.

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