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Suffix, NA-adjective, Colloquialism
-like, sort of, similar to, resembling
みる, 見る, 観る, 視る
Conjugated: みたい
Ichidan verb, Transitive
1. to see, to look, to watch, to view, to observe
2. to examine, to look over, to assess, to check, to judge
See 看る
3. to look after, to attend to, to take care of, to keep an eye on
4. to experience, to meet with (misfortune, success, etc.)
Auxiliary verb, Usually in kana, after the -te form of a verb
5. to try ..., to have a go at ..., to give ... a try
診る, みる
Conjugated: みたい
Ichidan verb, Transitive
to examine (medically)
看る, みる
Conjugated: みたい
Ichidan verb, Transitive
to look after (often medically), to take care of
廻る, 回る, みる
Conjugated: みたい
Ichidan verb, Archaism
to go around
copula, Polite
1. it seems that
2. as if
Expression, Colloquialism, short for みたいな感じ
something like that, sort of like that, similar to that, in that vein
Expression, See みたいだ・1, Polite
1. it seems that
See みたいだ・2
2. as if
並大抵, 並み大抵, 並たいてい, なみたいてい
May take 'no', NA-adjective
ordinary, average, run-of-the-mill
semi-tight (skirt)
Expression, Colloquialism
it seems so, that's what it looks like
ばかみたい, 馬鹿みたい, バカみたい
NA-adjective, Usually in kana
foolish, idiotic, stupid, ridiculous, absurd
切り込み隊, きりこみたい
shock corps
組体操, 組み体操, くみたいそう
coordinated group gymnastics (in which teams form pyramids or other shapes)
神対応, かみたいおう
See 神・2, See 対応・3, Colloquialism
incredible response (company dealing with a complaint, celebrity dealing with fans, etc.), incredible service
南太平洋, みなみたいへいよう
South Pacific
親の顔が見たい, おやのかおがみたい
Expression, expressing shock at a (younger) person's poor manners or behaviour
what parents would bring up a kid like this?, I'd like to see his (her) parents' faces
判で押したみたい, はんでおしたみたい
Expression, See 判で押したよう・はんでおしたよう
invariably, like clockwork, with perfect regularity
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