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人の, ひとのこ
Expression
1. (somebody's) child, person with parents, (also) human, born human
2. other people's children
Christianity
3. the Son of Man, Christ
人の, ひとのかね
Expression
other people's money
人の, ひとのくち
Expression, See 人の口には戸が立てられない
what people say, rumours, public opinion
人の, ひとのみち
Expression, usu. ~に plus violating, straying, etc. verb
moral way of life, correct path
人のいい, 人の良い, 人のよい, ひとのいい, ひとのよい
Expression
of good character, kindhearted, good-natured
人の, せいじんのひ
Expression
Coming of Age Day (national holiday; second Monday in January), Adult's Day
10年前の成人の日に区役所からボールペンをもらった。
人の, むじんのきょう, むにんのきょう
Expression
uninhabited region
たびびとのき, 旅人の, タビビトノキ
Usually in kana
traveller's tree (Ravenala madagascariensis), traveller's palm
人の, びじんのゆ
Expression
hot spring (or bath) which is good for the skin
人の空似, 他人のそら似, たにんのそらに
Expression
accidental resemblance
人の寝言, とうじんのねごと
Expression
gibberish
人の事情, おとなのじじょう
Expression
pretext for not revealing something (e.g. actual reason for one's failure, vested interest, etc.)
人の対応, おとなのたいおう
Expression
handling things like an adult, behaving like a mature grown-up
人の昼寝, ぬすびとのひるね
Expression, Proverb
there's a reason behind every action, a burglar's midday nap (is taken so that he can rob people's houses in the night)
人の頭に立つ, ひとのかしらにたつ
Expression, Godan verb
to stand at the head of others
諸聖人の祝日, しょせいじんのしゅくじつ
See 万聖節
All Saints Day
人の花は赤い, ひとのはなはあかい
Expression, Proverb
the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence, other people's flowers are redder
人のことを言う, 人のことをいう, 人の事を言う, 人の事をいう, ひとのことをいう
Expression, Godan verb
to find fault with other people rather than oneself, (for the pot) to call the kettle black
人のジレンマ, しゅうじんのジレンマ
Expression
prisoner's dilemma, prisoners' dilemma
人のおもちゃ屋, 大人の玩具屋, おとなのおもちゃや
Expression
adult toy shop (i.e. a sex shop)
人の噂も七十五日, 人の噂も75日, ひとのうわさもしちじゅうごにち, ひとのうわさもななじゅうごにち
Expression, Proverb
a wonder lasts but nine days, gossip lasts just 75 days
そんな失敗なんて気にするな。人の噂も七十五日。みんなすぐに忘れるさ。
人の上前を取る, ぬすびとのうわまえをとる
Expression
taking a cut from a thief's plunder, vile deed
人のこと言えない, 人の事言えない, 人のこといえない, 人の事いえない, ひとのこといえない
Expression, See 人のことを言う・ひとのことをいう
not one to talk, who are you to say, look who's talking
情けは人の為ならず, 情けは人のためならず, なさけはひとのためならず
Expression, Proverb
1. the good you do for others is good you do yourself, those who are kind benefit themselves, compassion is not for other people's benefit
incorrect usage
2. you can't save others (from themselves)
これは絶対、情けは人のためならず!いいことしたからご褒美なんだよ!
水の流れと人の行方, みずのながれとひとのゆくえ
Expression, Idiomatic expression
Life is an unknown course
貧乏人の子だくさん, 貧乏人の子沢山, びんぼうにんのこだくさん
Expression, Proverb
children are a poor man's riches
親の欲目と他人の僻目, おやのよくめとたにんのひがめ
Expression, See 親の欲目・おやのよくめ, Proverb
parents overvaluing their own children but looking down on others'
人の口に戸は立てられず, ひとのくちにとはたてられず
Expression, Idiomatic expression
people will talk
今日は人の身明日は我が身, きょうはひとのみあすはわがみ
Expression, Proverb
what chances to one man may happen to all, what happens to one today may happen to another tomorrow, misfortunes can happen to anyone
人のふり見てわがふり直せ, 人の振り見て我が振り直せ, 人のふり見て我がふり直せ, ひとのふりみてわがふりなおせ
Expression, Proverb
one man's fault is another's lesson
人のふんどしで相撲を取る, 人の褌で相撲を取る, ひとのふんどしで相撲を取る, ひとのふんどしですもうをとる
Expression, Godan verb, See 他人のふんどしで相撲を取る・たにんのふんどしですもうをとる, Idiomatic expression
to profit at someone else's expense, to rob Peter to pay Paul, to take risks with other people's money
人の口には戸が立てられない, ひとのくちにはとがたてられない
Expression, See 人の口, Proverb
you can't control what people say, you can't stop rumours (rumors)
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