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Expression, Godan verb
1.
to turn one's hand to; to reach out one's hand
Don't stick your hand out of the window.
Expression, Godan verb
2.
to get involved in; to make a move on
Idiomatic expression
A jack of all trades is a master of none.
Expression, Godan verb
3.
to strike; to beat; to hit
Idiomatic expression
However not attacking your partner in sparring is not a kindness!
Expression, Godan verb
4.
to steal; to rob; to take
Idiomatic expression
Expression, Godan verb
5.
to seduce (a woman); to lay hands on
Idiomatic expression
Other forms
手をだす

common word
JLPT N5
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Noun
1.
hand; arm
occ. pronounced た when a prefix. See also お手
I made motions at him to come here with my hand.
Noun
2.
forepaw; foreleg
Colloquialism. See also お手
Noun
3.
handle
Here is a pan without handles.
Noun
4.
hand; worker; help
Noun
5.
trouble; care; effort
Noun
6.
means; way; trick; move; technique; workmanship
I hit upon a good idea.
Noun
7.
hand; handwriting
Noun
8.
kind; type; sort
Noun
9.
one's hands; one's possession
See also 手に入る
Books are now within the reach of everybody.
Noun
10.
ability to cope
See also 手に余る
Noun
11.
hand (of cards)
I was dealt a good hand.
Noun
12.
direction
See also 山の手
Noun, Suffix (noun), Counter
13.
move (in go, shogi, etc.)
Pitch accent

common word
JLPT N5
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Godan verb, Transitive verb
1.
to take out; to get out
You can withdraw some money out of the bank, if you need any.
Godan verb, Transitive verb
2.
to put out; to reveal; to show
I want to remain anonymous in this.
Godan verb, Transitive verb
3.
to submit (e.g. thesis); to turn in
Read over your paper before you hand it in.
Godan verb, Transitive verb
4.
to publish; to make public
See also あぶり出す
We'll release the final agenda on the morning of Monday, January 20, so please reply quickly.
Godan verb, Transitive verb
5.
to send (e.g. letter)
See also 手紙を出す
Sending manuscript after manuscript paid off. A magazine finally published my work.
Godan verb, Transitive verb
6.
to produce (a sound); to start (fire)
See also 声を出す
The government issued the following statement.
Godan verb, Transitive verb
7.
to serve (food)
They serve excellent food here.
Suffix, Godan verb
8.
... out (e.g. to jump out, to carry out)
after the -masu stem of a verb. See also 飛び出す
How long have you had this pain?
Suffix, Godan verb
9.
to begin ...; to start to ...; to burst into ...
after the -masu stem of a verb. See also 歌いだす
Pitch accent

がかり
common word
JLPT N1
Noun
1.
clue; lead; key; trail; scent; track
There was no clue as to the identity of the murderer.
Noun
2.
handhold; hold
The downclimb here is also dangerous as there are no handholds.
Pitch accent
かり
Other forms
手掛かり, 手掛り, 手懸かり, 手懸り

のひら
common word
JLPT N1
Noun
1.
palm (of the hand)
Place a coin in the palm of his hand.
Pitch accent
のひら
Other forms
掌, 手の平, たなごころ, しょう

おも
common word
JLPT N4
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Godan verb, Transitive verb
1.
to recall; to remember; to recollect
You remind me of your brother.
Pitch accent
もいだ
Other forms
思いだす, おもい出す, 思出す

common word
JLPT N1
Godan verb, Transitive verb
1.
to present; to submit; to tender; to hold out
The baby held out his tiny hand.
Pitch accent
しだ
Other forms
差出す, さし出す, 差しだす

common word
JLPT N1
Noun
1.
handle; grip; knob
I put a new handle to the door.
Pitch accent
って
Other forms
把手, 把っ手, 取手, はしゅ

common word
JLPT N1
Noun, Noun taking suru
1.
guidance; lead; acting as guide
Noun, Noun taking suru
2.
guide; primer; guidebook; handbook; manual
Noun, Noun taking suru
3.
influence; connections; introduction; good offices
Pitch accent
びき
Other forms
手引

ぬぐい
common word
JLPT N2
Noun
1.
(hand) towel
See also 手拭き
Pitch accent
ぬぐい
Other forms
手拭い, 手拭

Kanji

4 strokes. JLPT N4. Taught in 1 grade
hand
Kun
, て- , -て , た-
On

5 strokes. JLPT N5. Taught in 1 grade
exit, leave, go out, come out, put out, protrude
Kun
On

9 strokes. JLPT N4. Taught in 2 grade
think
Kun
On

10 strokes. JLPT N3. Taught in 4 grade
distinction, difference, variation, discrepancy, margin, balance
Kun
On

8 strokes. JLPT N3. Taught in 3 grade
take, fetch, take up
Kun
On

4 strokes. JLPT N3. Taught in 2 grade
pull, tug, jerk, admit, install, quote, refer to
Kun
On