To Be Needed, To Be Necessary
intransitive verb, godan verb
Because the hiragana ends with an う sound, you know this word is a verb. The kanji itself means need and the verb vocab version is to need.
This one's a little tricky, because although it's usually translated as "to need" in English, it's used more like to be needed or to be necessary. That is, it's an intransitive verb in Japanese, so it doesn't take a direct object.
Since the reading isn't like the one you learned, think about what you are going to need... like, what you're really going to need, more than anything. Then, think of an eagle, because you really need an eagle. You'll need to come up with the reason why you need an eagle though, so hopefully it's a good one.
to need money
to need people
to need strength
I need more time to think.
Do you need a bag?
This is a list of things you need and what you don't need.