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Meaning of 分

part, minute of time, understand


ブン、 フン、 ブ
bun, fun, bu



Learn Japanese kanji: 【 ブン、 フン、 ブ / わ(ける) 】

Meaning: part; minute of time; segment; share; degree; one’s lot; duty; understand; know.

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Example #1

nihongo wakarimasen.
I don't understand Japanese.
Example #2

kyou wa kibun wa dou desu ka?
How are you feeling today?
Example #3

kono hon wa hotondo hanbun yonda.
I've read about half of this book.
Example #4

sore o minnna de wakemashou.
Let's divide that among everyone.
Example #5

shiai wa hikiwake datta.
The game ended in a draw.
Example #6

ima nanji daka wakarimasu ka?
Do you know what time it is now?
Example #7

kibun wa dou desu ka?
kibun wa dou desu ka?
Example #8

kore wa kanojo ga jibun de tsukutta baggu desu.
This is a bag that she made by herself.
Example #9

karera wa okane o jibuntachi de waketa.
They divided the money amongst themselves.
Example #10

kyouto no natsu wa zuibun atsui.
Summers are very hot in Kyoto.
Example #11

watashitachi wa sono yobunna zaiko o motteimasen.
We don't have any extra stock.
Example #12

juubunni neteinain da.
I haven't had enough sleep.
Example #13

kono ie ni wa daibu kane ga kakarimashita.
This house cost a considerable amount of money to build.
Example #14

kare no bun wa kanojo no yorimo ookatta.
His portion was larger than hers.

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