4 strokes

stop, halt



Common words

  • 防止ぼうし
    prevention, check
  • 停止ていし
    stoppage, coming to a stop, halt, standstill, ceasing (movement, activity, etc.), suspension (of operations), interruption (e.g. of electricity supply), cutting off, suspension (of payment, a licence, etc.), (temporary) prohibition, ban, suspension of music, dance, etc. as a sign of mourning for a prominent person
  • 中止ちゅうし
    interruption, discontinuance, suspension, stoppage, cancellation (of a planned event), calling off
  • 廃止はいし
    abolition, discontinuance, discontinuation, repeal, annulment
  • 歯止めはどめ
    brake, drag, skid, pawl, brake (on inflation, spending, etc.), check, restraint, (imposed) limit
  • 受け止めるうけとめる
    to catch, to stop the blow, to react to, to take (advice, etc.), to accept, to come to grips with
  • 阻止そし
    obstruction, check, hindrance, prevention, impediment, interdiction, preemption, blocking
  • 終止符しゅうしふ
    full stop, period, end
  • 抑止よくし
    check, checkmate, stave off, control, restraint, inhibit, deterrent, deterrence
  • 静止せいし
    stillness, repose, standing still
  • 止まるとまる
    to stop (moving), to come to a stop, to stop (doing, working, being supplied), to come to a halt, to cease, to be stopped, to be suspended, to alight, to perch on
  • 通行止めつうこうどめ
    closure (of a road), suspension of traffic, road closed, closed to traffic, no through road
  • 休止きゅうし
    pause, suspension, rest, stoppage
  • 足止めあしどめ
    preventing (someone) from leaving, confinement, keeping indoors, inducement to stay, being stranded, grounding, level dyeing
  • 食い止めるくいとめる
    to check, to hold back, to keep at bay, to stop, to prevent, to stem, to curb, to halt
  • 制止せいし
    control, check, restraint, inhibition
  • 立ち止まるたちどまる
    to stop (in one's tracks), to come to a stop, to halt, to pause, to stand still
  • 波止場はとば
    wharf, quay, landing-stage, jetty
  • 口止めくちどめ
    forbidding mentioning (something to others), imposing silence (on), ordering (someone) to keep quiet, muzzling (someone), gagging, hushing up, hush money