Japanese Dictionary

Reading and JLPT level
ひっくり返す, 引っくり返す, 引っ繰り返す, 引繰り返す JLPT 2
Kana Reading
ひっくりかえす, ひっくりがえす
Romaji
hikkurikaesu, hikkurigaesu
Word Senses
  • Parts of speech
    Godan verb with `su' ending, transitive verb
    Meaning
    to turn over; to turn upside down; to turn up; to turn inside out; to turn out
    Example sentence
    テーブルひっくり返した He turned the table upside down.
  • Parts of speech
    Meaning
    to knock over; to tip over
    Example sentence
    修理するためにテーブル上下ひっくり返した I turned the table upside down to fix it.
  • Parts of speech
    Meaning
    to overturn (e.g. a decision); to upset; to reverse
    Example sentence
    にいる、肥ったさがしてというひっくりかえした The bear left no stone unturned in his search for fat bugs under the rocks.

Examples of ひっくり返す, 引っくり返す, 引っ繰り返す, 引繰り返す, ひっくりかえす, ひっくりがえす in a sentence


Verb Conjugations

Non-Past

Plain
ひっくり返す
Plain Polite
ひっくり返します
Negative
ひっくり返さない
Negative Polite
ひっくり返しません

Past

Plain
ひっくり返した
Plain Polite
ひっくり返しました
Negative
ひっくり返さなかった
Negative Polite
ひっくり返しませんでした

Te

Plain
ひっくり返して
Plain Polite
ひっくり返しまして
Negative
--
Negative Polite
--

Passive

Plain
ひっくり返される
Plain Polite
ひっくり返されます
Negative
ひっくり返されない
Negative Polite
ひっくり返されません

Related Study Lists

JLPT N2 Study List

Taylor 2013-01-13
Edsploration hkfoot geddoe MitSora
39 subscribers

N3 kanji vocabulary

番長 2016-06-09
inquis122 hystericall559 LuneNoire2424 Aisha
5 subscribers

Kanji in this word

JLPT 1

19 strokes

winding, reel, spin, turn (pages), look up, refer to

On'Yomi: ソウ

Kun'Yomi: く.る

Learn more
JLPT 3

7 strokes

return, answer, fade, repay

Learn more
JLPT 4

4 strokes

pull, tug, jerk, admit, install, quote, refer to

Learn more

The Nihongo Master Podcast!

Our bi-weekly Japanese language and culture podcast will teach you vocabulary, grammar, fascinating cultural insights about Japan, and introduce you to fascinating Japanese language learning guests!

S13E9: The Top 5 Don't Do's During Japanese Summer!

Listen Now!

Start speaking Japanese today with Nihongo Master! The fun and easy way to learn Japanese online.

With three subscription types to choose from, there's one to fit every student's budget.

Start your free 7-day trial now!