Learn JLPT N3 Kanji

Meaning of 礼

salute, bow, ceremony, thanks


rei, rai



Learn Japanese kanji: 【 レイ、ライ 】.

Meaning: salute, bow, ceremony, thanks.

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Example #1

anata ni orei o iitai.
I would like to say my thanks to you.
Example #2

watashi wa bureina hito ga kirai desu.
I hate rude people.
Example #3

kanojo no taido wa shitsurei da to omou.
I think her attitude is rude.
Example #4

kare wa nihon no reigi o kokoroete imasu.
He knows Japanese etiquette.
Example #5

watashi wa kare no koui no henrei ni okurimono o shita.
I gave him a gift in return for his kindness.

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