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元気, げんき
NA-adjective
1. lively, full of spirit, energetic, vigorous, vital, spirited
2. healthy, well, fit, in good health
こんにちは、ロジャー。とっても元気よ。
元気づける, 元気付ける, げんきづける
Ichidan verb, Transitive
to pep up, to cheer up
元気, げんきもの
live wire (a person)
元気, から元気, カラ元気, からげんき, カラげんき
putting on a brave face, put-on cheeriness, pretending one is fine, show of courage, bravado, Dutch courage
元気, げんきじるし
mark of liveliness, sign of activity
元気よく, 元気良く, げんきよく
Adverb
cheerfully, spiritedly, vigorously, lively
付け元気, つけげんき
show of courage
元気づく, 元気付く, げんきづく
Godan verb
to get encouraged, to become heightened in spirits, to recover one's strength
元気旺盛, げんきおうせい
NA-adjective
brimming with vitality, full of vigor, full of life
元気回復, げんきかいふく
recovering one's spirits, rejuvenation, refection
元気百倍, げんきひゃくばい
NA-adjective
extremely healthy, lively, in good spirits
元気づけ, 元気付け, げんきづけ
pep-up, reassurance, pick-me-up, restorative, energizer
元気出して, げんきだして
Expression
keep up your strength, chin up!
元気出せよ, げんきだせよ
Expression
lighten up!, cheer up!
元気を出す, 元気をだす, げんきをだす
Expression, Godan verb, See 元気が出る・げんきがでる, often used with command or request form addressing someone else
to cheer up
どうかそんなに悲しまずに元気を出してください。
元気が出る, 元気がでる, げんきがでる
Expression, Ichidan verb, See 元気を出す・げんきをだす
to feel uplifted, to be cheered up, to hearten, to be inspired, to be energized
元気を付ける, げんきをつける
Expression, Ichidan verb
to encourage, to give courage to
元気いっぱい, 元気一杯, げんきいっぱい
NA-adjective, May take 'no', Adverb
brimming with health (vigor, vigour), full of vitality, full of health
彼は元気いっぱいだ。
元気はつらつ, 元気溌剌, げんきはつらつ
NA-adjective, yojijukugo
full of energy, full of liveliness, full of pep
彼らはエアロビクスで元気はつらつとしている。
元気ですか, おげんきですか
Expression
how are you?
こんにちは、お元気ですか、みなさん。
元気モリモリ, 元気もりもり, げんきモリモリ, げんきもりもり
Expression, May take 'no', NA-adjective, See もりもり・2
full of energy, full of liveliness, full of pep
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