Resources > Japanese Dictionary

程, ほど

  • hodo


adverbial noun (fukushitekimeishi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • degree
  • extent
  • bounds
  • limit



  • indicates approx. amount or maximum
  • upper limit

Examples of 程,ほど in a Sentence

When did Mr Ogawa arrive? "Ten minutes ago."
I wish I could play the piano as well as Susie.
If I may speak from my own experience, the more difficult the problem is the more essential that becomes.
I don't think people should make a mountain of a mole hill.
Does any other country fan the flames of patriotism as much as America?
We are not as happy or unhappy as we imagine ourselves to be.
This watch is less expensive than that one.
More haste, less speed is a paradox.
Rows of houses, each of them different and pleasing with their spacious gardens, are replaced by purely functional blocks of flats which have nothing more to commend them than over-praised 'modern conveniences'.
I haven't had a square meal for a week.

Related Study Lists

  • This list contains all words and kanji related to the JLPT N4 test. Official word and kanji lists are not available for these tests;...
  • List of vocabulary words used in the Pocket Monsters Blue video game!
  •    This list excludes people, animals, plants, and places.           .
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