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元気, げんき

  • genki


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • health(y)
  • robust
  • vigor
  • vigour
  • energy
  • vitality
  • vim
  • stamina
  • spirit
  • courage
  • pep

Examples of 元気,げんき in a Sentence

Hi, Roger. I'm pretty good!
Take care of yourselves!
She came up to me and said "How are you?"
He was cheered by the good news.
How are you? "I am fine, thank you."
I must get well, Sadako said to herself.
I feel completely restored after a week in the country.
You will be all right again in a couple of days.
For a man of seventy he still has surprising vigour.
Hey Taro! It sure has been a while! How're you doing?

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