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守る, 護る, 戍る, まもる
Godan verb, Transitive
1. to protect, to guard, to defend
2. to keep (i.e. a promise), to abide (by the rules), to observe, to obey, to follow
守る, 見戍る, 目戍る, みまもる
Godan verb, Transitive
to watch over, to watch attentively
助け守る, たすけまもる
Godan verb
to protect, to preserve, to keep
身を守る, 身を護る, みをまもる
Expression, Godan verb
to defend oneself, to protect oneself
格を守る, かくをまもる
Expression, Godan verb
to observe the rules
言を守る, げんをまもる
Expression, Godan verb
to keep one's word
法を守る, ほうをまもる
Expression, Godan verb
to observe the law
操を守る, みさおをまもる
Expression, Godan verb
to adhere to one's principles, to preserve one's chastity
塁を守る, るいをまもる
Expression, Godan verb
to defend a fort
打ち守る, 打守る, 打ちまもる, 打目戍る, うちまもる
Godan verb
1. to stare at
2. to closely defend
株を守る, くいをまもる, くいぜをまもる
Expression, Godan verb, Idiomatic expression, from a fable appearing in the Han Feizi
to hold fast to one's ways, to be overly conservative, to not get with the times, to guard the tree stub
規則を守る, きそくをまもる
Expression, Godan verb, Antonym: 規則を破る
to abide (by the rules), to keep to the regulations
約束を守る, 約束をまもる, やくそくをまもる
Expression, Godan verb, See 約束を破る
to keep a promise, to keep one's word
時間を守る, じかんをまもる
Expression, Godan verb
to be punctual
貞節を守る, ていせつをまもる
Expression, Godan verb
to keep one's chastity, to remain faithful to one's spouse, to remain faithful to one's lover
暖かい目で見守る, あたたかいめでみまもる
Expression, Godan verb
to not be harsh on someone (while awaiting a result), to give someone a chance
NHKから国民を守る, エヌエイチケーからこくみんをまもるとう
NHK Kara Kokumin wo Mamoru Tō (political party)
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