Japanese Dictionary

Reading and JLPT level
見送る JLPT 2
Kana Reading
みおくる
Romaji
miokuru
Word Senses
  • Parts of speech
    Godan verb with `ru' ending, transitive verb
    Meaning
    to see off (e.g. to the station, an airport, etc.); to escort (e.g. home); to farewell
    Example sentence
    家族全員に見送られながら、支度整えたザック担ぐ Being seen off by my whole family I shouldered a rucksack, stocked with my trip supplies.
  • Parts of speech
    Meaning
    to see out; to send off
    Example sentence
    両親空港まで見送ってくれた My parents came to the airport to see me off.
  • Parts of speech
    Meaning
    to let pass; to wait and see; to continue (e.g. in legal contexts)
    Example sentence
    両親そろって空港まで見送ってくれた Both my parents came to see me off at the airport.
  • Parts of speech
    Meaning
    to let a pitch go by (baseball); to watch a batted ball go into the stands
    Example sentence
    友達見送るためにいった I went to the station to see my friend off.

Examples of 見送る, みおくる in a sentence


Verb Conjugations

Non-Past

Plain
見送る
Plain Polite
見送ります
Negative
見送らない
Negative Polite
見送りません

Past

Plain
見送った
Plain Polite
見送りました
Negative
見送らなかった
Negative Polite
見送りませんでした

Te

Plain
見送って
Plain Polite
見送りまして
Negative
--
Negative Polite
--

Passive

Plain
見送られる
Plain Polite
見送られます
Negative
見送られない
Negative Polite
見送られません

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Kanji in this word

JLPT 4

9 strokes

escort, send

On'Yomi: ソウ

Kun'Yomi: おく.る

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JLPT 5

7 strokes

see, hopes, chances, idea, opinion, look at, visible

On'Yomi: ケン

Kun'Yomi: み.る, み.える, み.せる

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