1300-Jouyou-kanji “退” Stroke Order and Meanings

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“Go back” or “Step back” in Japanese kanji, and the Stroke Order and Meanings of Kanji “退”

Japanese Jouyou-kanji “退” means “Retire”, “Go off” or “Become weak” etc.

Jouyou Kanji "退"

Jouyou Kanji “退”

Jouyou Kanji "退" Stroke Order

Jouyou Kanji “退” Stroke Order

Stroke # 9 Strokes
On-Yomi たい(tai)
とん(ton)
Kun-Yomi しりぞ(く)(shirizo(ku))
しりぞ(ける)(shirizo(keru))
の(く)(no(ku))
の(ける)(no(keru))
ひ(く)(hi(ku))
すさ(る)(sasu(ru))
しさ(る)(shisa(ru))
Meanings Retreat, Go back, Recede
Leave, Go off, Step back
Retire, Quit, Resign, Withdraw
Become weak, Decline, Wither
Drive away, Expel, Beat, Defeat
Reject, Refuse
Fade, Discolor

Kanji words which contain Kanji “退”, and their meanings

Words Meanings
退位(たいい-ta i i) Abdication, Stepping down, Resignation
退院(たいいん-ta i i n) Release from hospital, Patient discharge, Leaving hospital, Discharge from hospital
退嬰(たいえい-ta i e i) Conservatism, Unenterprising, Retrogression, Unadventurousness
退役(たいえき-ta i e ki) Retirement
退化(たいか-ta i ka) Degeneration, Retrogression, Atrophy, Regression
退学(たいがく-ta i ga ku) Dropping out of school, Expulsion from school, Leaving school
退官(たいかん-ta i ka n) Retirement
退却(たいきゃく-ta i kya ku) Retreat, Withdrawal, Retirement
退屈(たいくつ-ta i ku tsu) Tedium, Boredom, Dullness, Ennui
退行(たいこう-ta i ko u) Involution, Regression, Retrogression
退校(たいこう-ta i ko u) ① Leaving school (at the end of the day) , ② Expulsion from school, Dismissal from school
退散(たいさん-ta i sa n) Dispersion, Dispersal, Breaking up, Running away, Fleeing
退治(たいじ-ta i ji) Extermination, Conquest, Elimination, Eradication
退社(たいしゃ-ta i sha) ① Leaving office, ② Retirement, Resignation
退出(たいしゅつ-ta i shu tsu) Leaving, Exit, Withdrawal

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