降参 Surrender

降参

surrender



The word:

Closer look at the kanji:

B = Beginner | I = Intermediate
| A = Advanced

降参
kou san

surrender

降 kou to descend, fall

参 san attend, coming




降る furu – to fall (rain, snow) [B]

人参 nin jin – carrot [B]
参った maitta – Im beaten… (said with a sigh) [B]

Soon after, the police returned the stolen 20 yen to the rightful owner…


SUGGESTED USAGE:

武器を捨てて、降参 しろ!
buki o sutete, kousan shiro!

Drop your weapon, and surrender!

ABOUT SUGGESTED USAGE:

武器 buki – weapon

捨てて sutete – throw away [from: 捨てる suteru]

しろ shiro – do it! [a form of する suru]
NOTE: Dont go around shouting this at everyone you meet. Or if you do, please dont tell them who sent you!


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