JuniorOn foot, junior, emptiness, vanity, futility, uselessness, ephemeral thing, gang, set, party, people
The JUNIOR COLUMN RUNS after his father.
The junior employee is always RUNNING around GOING here and there for his superiors.
Im not sure where Heisig gets the junior keyword, but this kanji is more often used in the sense of either futile (e.g. 徒労 - fruitless efforts) or group(gang) member (e.g. 聖徒 - disciple, キリスト教徒 - Christian). Ill use gang member for this one. The junior gang member is going to represent at the running competition.
Your junior or Jr. in the succession line is the one who runs after you.
Wherever you go your junior runs after you...
In the Roman army, the column of junior soliders had to run ahead of the veterans and be the fodder for the initial assault. Charge!
Little The Flash junior likes to run around in his red undies. But hes nowhere near as fast as his dad.
Where you goin 彳, junior? said the old man. Dont run 走 so fast! When you get older youll learn that running is mostly futile. Were all going to end up under the earth anyway. 生徒、せいと, pupil, student: そのクラスには何人の生徒がいますか, How many students are in that class? 徒歩、とほ, on foot: 泥棒は徒歩で逃げました, The thief escaped on foot. 徒労、とろう, useless effort.
The number of students who were late for school was much smaller than I had expected.
It is the students' duty to clean their classrooms.
So far as I know, he used to be a good student.
The pupils listened eagerly during his speech.
He is a student at Yushu High School.
No students could answer the question.
Don't ask a question to students who you know cannot answer.
He is being harassed by a flood of questions from his students.
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