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Translation of "good" - English-Japanese dictionary

good

adjective   /ɡʊd/ ( comparative better, superlative best)
A1 enjoyable or nice 楽しい, よい, すてきな a good book Did you have a good time at the party?
A1 of a high quality 上質の, 良質の The food at this restaurant is very good.
A1 able to do something well 上手な Anna is a good cook. I’m not very good at wrapping presents.
A1 kind or helpful 優しい, 親切な My friends were very good to me when I was ill.
A1 something you say when you are pleased about something 嬉しい, よかった Oh good, he’s arrived at last.
be good for someone
A1 to have a positive or useful effect on someone (人)に役立つ, (~の)ためになる Fruit is good for you.
A1 informal something that you say when a person asks how you are or how someone you know is 元気な, 健康な “How are you, Emily?” “I’m good, thanks!”
A2 A good child or animal behaves well. 行儀のよい, 従順な
A2 suitable or satisfactory 都合のよい, 満足のいく When would be a good time to call?
B1 morally right (道徳的に)正しい, まっとうな a good person
be as good as gold
(of a child) to behave very well (子供が)行儀のよい, 申し分のない She’s been as good as gold all morning.
(Definition of good adjective from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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