Resources > Japanese Dictionary

マナー

  • manā

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • manners

Examples of マナー in a Sentence

Who taught them table manners?
おやおや食事途中席を立つとはマナー反しますね。
Oh my, leaving the table in the middle of meal is bad manners, you know.
I'm aghast at the lack of manners, common sense and so on and so forth on the net.
As these days most parents indulge their children, many children don't know what good manners are.
でも、それは至極当然ことです彼らのマナーあなたはまだ知らないですから。
But that's only natural because you don't know their ways yet.
His manners were far from pleasant.
マナー悪さには参ったよ。
I was embarrassed by his bad manners.
マナー悪いのは幼少時代しつけが足りなかったせいらは考えた
They attributed his bad manners to lack of training in childhood.

Related Study Lists

Learn Japanese Online

Start Learning Japanese Now

Get Started
The Nihongo Master Podcast

Want to learn Japanese on the go?

Download our podcast to get all of our episodes featuring free Japanese lessons, news, and entertainment.

Download Now