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筈, 弭, はず

  • hazu


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • expectation that something took place, will take place or was in some state
  • it should be so
  • bound to be
  • expected to be
  • must be


  • nock (of a bow)


  • nock (of an arrow)


  • nock-shaped grip (between thumb and forefinger) (Sumo)


  • wooden frame on the tip of the mast of a Japanese ship that prevents the hawser from falling out

Examples of 筈,弭,はず in a Sentence

The plane should have arrived at Kansai Airport by now.
He should get to your house in an hour.
He should have finished his work by now.
The love letter ought to have reached her.
She has been studying French for ten years, so she ought to realize what French is.
This road should have already been completed according to the original plan.
This paper should be adequate for your purpose.
Jane cannot have said such a thing.
Now I have the hat which I thought was lost.
He is bound to win the match.

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