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How to say Door In Japanese?

KanjiHiragana
扉とびら
Pronunciation: tobira
How to Say It Outloud: toh-bee-rah
Usage: Used to refer specifically to a door, often one that is more decorative or significant (like a gate or entrance).
Example Sentence Japanese:扉を開ける。
Example Sentence English:Open the door.
KanjiHiragana
戸と
Pronunciation: to
How to Say It Outloud: toh
Usage: A general term for door, broadly encompassing any type of door in a house or building.
Example Sentence Japanese:ζˆΈγ‚’ι–‰γ‚γ¦γγ γ•γ„γ€‚
Example Sentence English:Please close the door.
Katakana
ドを
Pronunciation: doa
How to Say It Outloud: doh-ah
Usage: The katakana term, borrowed from English, most commonly used in modern contexts for all types of doors.
Example Sentence Japanese:γƒ‰γ‚’γ‚’γƒŽγƒƒγ‚―γ—γ¦γγ γ•γ„γ€‚
Example Sentence English:Please knock on the door.

Dictionary

扉とびらCommon wordjlpt-n1
Noun
  • door; gate; opening
Noun
  • title page
Wikipedia definition
  • Door
戸とCommon wordjlpt-n5
Noun
  • door (esp. Japanese-style)
Noun
  • shutter; window shutter
Noun
  • entrance (to a home)
Noun
  • narrows
Place
  • To
Wikipedia definition
  • Gate
戸口とぐけ
Noun
  • door; doorway
ドをドをCommon wordjlpt-n5
Noun
  • door (Western-style, car, etc.)
ι–€ζˆΈγ‚‚γ‚“γ“Common word
Noun
  • door
ηŽ„ι–’γ’γ‚“γ‹γ‚“Common wordjlpt-n5
Noun
  • entrance; front door; entryway; entranceway; entry hall; vestibule; porch; foyer; mud room
Wikipedia definition
  • Genkan
口くけCommon wordjlpt-n5
Noun
  • mouth
Noun
  • opening; hole; gap; orifice
Noun
  • mouth (of a bottle); spout; nozzle; mouthpiece
Noun
  • gate; door; entrance; exit
Noun
  • speaking; speech; talk (i.e. gossip)
Noun
  • taste; palate
Noun
  • mouth (to feed)
Noun
  • opening (i.e. vacancy); available position
Noun
  • invitation; summons
Noun
  • kind; sort; type
Noun
  • opening (i.e. beginning)
Suffix
Counter
  • counter for mouthfuls, shares (of money), stove burners, and swords
Wikipedia definition
  • Mouth
隣とγͺγ‚ŠCommon wordjlpt-n5
Noun which may take the genitive case particle 'no'
Noun
  • next (to); adjoining; adjacent
Noun
Noun which may take the genitive case particle 'no'
  • house next door; neighbouring house; next-door neighbour; next-door neighbor
勝手口かってぐけ
Noun
  • kitchen door; back door; service door; tradesman's entrance
Noun
  • host's entrance to a tea-ceremony room
門口かどぐけ
Noun
  • door; entrance; gateway
扉口とびらぐけ
Noun
  • doorway; door; hatch
ι–‹γζˆΈγ²γ‚‰γγ©
Noun
  • (hinged) door
η„šγε£γŸγγγ‘
Noun
  • door (of a furnace, stove, etc.); fuel hole
ε±‹ζˆΈγ‚„γ©
Noun
  • door; doorway
ζž’ζˆΈγγ‚‹γ‚‹γ©
Noun
  • door (with a pivot hinge)
ι–€η•ͺもんばん
Noun
  • gatekeeper; door guard; doorman; concierge; janitor
ζ‘ŸζˆΈγ•γ‚“γ©
Noun
  • batten door; battened door; ledged door; strong door with crosspieces placed on the reverse side
ζ₯½ε±‹ε£γŒγγ‚„ぐけ
Noun
  • stage door
ιŽ§ζˆΈγ‚ˆγ‚γ„γ©
Noun
  • slatted shutter; louver door (window)
ι–€ζˆΈι–‹ζ”Ύζ”Ώη­–γ‚‚γ‚“γ“γ‹γ„γ»γ†γ›γ„γ•γ
Noun
  • open door policy
Wikipedia definition
  • Open Door Policy

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