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道を訊く, 道を聞く, みちをきく
Expression, Godan verb
to ask the way
道を開く, 道を拓く, みちをひらく
Expression, Godan verb
1. to open up a path, to clear a path
2. to open up doors, to pave the way
道を急ぐ, みちをいそぐ
Expression, Godan verb
to hurry on one's way
道を阻む, みちをはばむ
Expression, Godan verb
to obstruct one's way
道を失う, みちをうしなう
Expression, Godan verb
to lose one's way, to be at a loss
道を探る, みちをさぐる
Expression, Godan verb
to seek a path, to find one's way
道を譲る, 道をゆずる, みちをゆずる
Expression, Godan verb
to yield, to give way to, to make way for
道を付ける, みちをつける
Expression, Ichidan verb
1. to make a road
2. to give an elementary lesson
道を空ける, 道を開ける, 道をあける, みちをあける
Expression, Ichidan verb, esp. 道を空ける
1. to make way for, to make room for, to get out of the way
esp. 道を開ける
2. to pave the way for, to open up opportunity
道を切り開く, みちをきりひらく
Expression, Godan verb
to open a path
道を上げる, 血道をあげる, ちみちをあげる
Expression, Ichidan verb
to be crazy about, to be infatuated with, to be obsessively devoted to
道を踏み外す, みちをふみはずす
Expression, Godan verb, Idiomatic expression
to go astray, to become corrupt, to go bad
老いたる馬は道を忘れず, 老いたる馬は路を忘れず, おいたるうまはみちをわすれず
Expression, Proverb, from the Han Feizi
trust the judgement of the experienced, an old horse won't forget the way
朝に道を聞かば、夕べに死すとも可なり, 朝に道を聞かば夕べに死すとも可なり, あしたにみちをきかばゆうべにしすともかなり
Expression, Proverb, from a quote by Confucius
if a man hears the Way in the morning, he may die in the evening without regret