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Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 力 (ryoku)

Learn one Kanji a day with infographic: 力 (ryoku)

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MEANING:

power, strength, strong, strain, bear up, exert

HOW TO READ:

On: ryoku, riki, rii
Kun: chikara

WORDS:

力 (chikara): power, strength
努力 (doryoku): great effort
有力 (yuuryoku): prominent, strong
魅力 (miryoku): charm, attraction
権力 (kenryoku): power, authority
助力 (joryoku): assistance, support
協力 (kyouryoku): cooperation
実力 (jitsuryoku): ability, merit
圧力 (atsuryoku): pressure, stress
暴力 (bouryoku): violence, mayhem
能力 (nouryoku): ability, faculty
主力 (shuryoku): main force
力学 (rikigaku): mechanics, dynamics
戦力 (senryoku): war potential
無力 (muryoku): powerlessness
全力 (zenryoku): whole energy
体力 (tairyoku): stamina, endurance
勢力 (seiryoku): influence, power
力量 (rikiryou): ability, capacity
電力 (denryoku): electric power
武力 (buryoku): military power
力士 (rikishi): sumo wrestler
重力 (juuryoku): gravity
視力 (shiryoku): eyesight
力添え (chikarazoe): help, assistance
力強い (chikarazuyoi): powerful, strong
思考力 (shikouryoku): ability to think
精力的 (seiryokuteki): energetic, vigorous
想像力 (souzouryoku): (power of) imagination
力不足 (chikarabusoku): lack of ability
記憶力 (kiokuryoku): memory


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EXAMPLE SENTENCES:

これは有力な手がかりの一つです。
kore wa yuuryoku na tegakari no hitotsu desu.
This is a very important clue.

少しあなたの力添えを願いたいのだ。
sukoshi anata no chikarazoe o negaitai no da.
I want you to help me.

彼のどこに魅力があるのか、まるきりわからない。
kare no doko ni miryoku ga aru no ka, marukiri wakaranai.
I’m quite unable to see his attraction.

男の子は、力強く首を振った。
otoko no ko wa, chikarazuyoku kubi o futta.
The boy shook his head energetically.

あなたは、すばらしい記憶力をおもちですね。
anata wa, subarashii kiokuryoku o omochi desu ne.
You have a very good memory.

彼は生れながらにして、人をひきつける力をそなえている。
kare wa umarenagara ni shite, hito o hikitsukeru chikara o sonaete iru.
He was born to charm easily and without effort.

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