JLPT N3 Vocabulary


satisfaction; contentment;​ sufficient; enough

JLPT N3 vocabulary list

Learn Japanese vocabulary: 【まんぞく】(manzoku)

Meaning: satisfaction; contentment;​ sufficient; enough.

Type: Noun, Adjective, な-adjective, Verb, Suru verb

Level: JLPT N3 Vocabulary

- Example Sentences

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Example #1

kare wa manzoku shite inai.
He is not satisfied.
Example #2

watashi wa totemo manzoku deshita.
I was very satisfied.
Example #3

anata wa manzoku shite imasu ka, soretomo fumanzoku desuka?
Are you satisfied or dissatisfied?
Example #4

sono kekka wa kare wo manzoku saseta.
The result satisfied him.
Example #5

koufuku wa manzoku ni aru.
Happiness consists in contentment.

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