いいえ

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Reading

Readings of the Japanese word.

The word is written in kanji with furigana over each character. There is also the transliteration written in kana (hiragana or katakana) and romaji using the Hepburn method. Some words indicated by the symbol have a computer-generated audio that can be listened to by clicking on it.

Words having multiple readings will be ordered by popularity.

  • いいえ()
    いいえ (iie)
  • いいや()
    いいや (iiya)
  • いえ()
    いえ (ie)
  • いな()
    いな (ina)
  • いや()
    いや (iya)

Translation

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  • usually written using kana aloneinterjection
    no, nay
    • usually written using kana aloneinterjection
      well, er, why
      • usually written using kana aloneinterjection
        you're welcome, not at all, don't mention it
        • bezwaar, afkeuring, onenigheid, weigering
          • {…か~か} al dan niet, of … of niet
            • neen, nee
              • niet, neen, geenszins
                • non
                  • euh, hmm, pourquoi
                    • de rien, je vous en prie, pas du tout
                      • nein, Nein, nein
                        • Nichtzustimmung, Ablehnung, Nicht-so-Sein (in der Wendung … ka ina ka…か否か)
                          • visszautasítás, igenis, helyesen
                            • (кн.) нет, нет
                              • no, ¡nah!, ¡bah!

                                Example sentences

                                Sentences from the Tatoeba Corpus project using the word in context.

                                The Japanese sentence, the sentence analysis, and the English translation are always included. Using the sentence analysis is possible to learn how the sentence is constructed and every single word can be examined one by one.

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