Q: when a character in a word とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "when" is confusing, but I think you mean "what".

A character is a letter, like "a". "actor" contains five characters.
Q: is there a character you identify with most? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: I'm trying to think of how to say this in simple english.. here goes.

Is there a character that you can relate to the most?

Is there a character who you have a lot in common with?

Is there a character who has a life, and/or personality that is like yours?

Q: 'put on a character' とはどういう意味ですか?
-Don't put on a character around me. I know what you are really like.
-I feel like I have to put on a character around my parents so that they will accept me.
Q: character (See the following context.) とはどういう意味ですか?
A: I suppose that 個性 would be the approximate Japanese equivalent.
Q: He's very flawed character, full of imperfections. とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means he has a lot of character flaws. Maybe hes a jerk, maybe he has criminal inclinations, ....or maybe his hygiene is poor. It can refer to any imperfections that a human could have.

Dr. House was a very flawed character, full of imperfections. He was rude, unsympathetic, a drug abuser with no bedside manner, but he knew the human body and all that could compromise one's health better than anyone.


Q: out of character を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: He is usually a calm and peaceful person, but his recent behaviour is out of character.
Q: character, personality を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Sure! So personality means the way a person acts all the time. It’s just how they are. So if you are describing somebody you can say. “I like his personality. He has a very cheerful but quiet personality.” “She has a very rude and unfriendly personality; it’s very bad”

Character means 2 different things!
1. A person in a book or movie
“Who was your favorite character in Harry Potter?”
“I liked the background characters”
“The characters acted different in the books”

2. The way someone acts morally (good vs bad mainly)
“She showed great character when she helped him”
“Running away was not in his character
“She has a strong and honorable character
Q: character を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A character can be a real or fictional person or thing that plays a part in a movie, book, play etc. In Cinderella, Prince charming, Cinderella, evil stepmother, evil step daughters are all characters in the movie.
Q: character を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: We can think of character as an essential part of someone - The way a person is like.

I could tell by his character that he wasn't a person I would get along with.

A character is also a "person"in a story.

One of the characters in her book is a police detective.
Q: character を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Which anime character do you like best?

He's so kind and polite--he has great character.

These Chinese characters are difficult to translate.


Q: character と trait はどう違いますか?
A: Character is the way someone acts in general:
His good character makes him a candidate for this scholarship
Traits are individual things someone has:
Donald Trump has a lot of bad traits. He is ignorant and bigoted.
Ghandi has good traits. He is peaceful and strong-willed.

You can mix them together:
Ghandi shows he has good character because he has many good traits. He is peaceful and strongwilled. Usually, you will never say someone has a "happy trait" but you can say that someone has or is a "happy character".
Q: character と personality はどう違いますか?
A: character is more internal. how a person acts when no is watching. For example, you find a wallet on the ground; do you keep the money or return it to the owner? personality is more outward how a person acts around others; laughing, happy, angry, mean.
Q: character と personality と characteristic はどう違いますか?
A: @Rikuto: Character and personality usually mean the same thing in common conversation.

Character is about the moral qualities of a person, or the way they usually behave based on their feelings and thoughts.

ex: Billy swore? That's out of character for him.

Personality is the combination of behavioural qualities that makes someone unique.

Ex: She has a sunny personality.

Characteristic is one specific feature or quality.

ex: Being quick to anger is a bad characteristic.
Q: character と feature と quality はどう違いますか?
A: Character has more to do with personality, something internal/mental that has depth. A feature or quality is more external/physical.
Q: character と personality はどう違いますか?
A: Roger tells lies, steals from others, and never keeps his promises. However, he is always the life of the party because he is funny, and fun to be with. He listens to people when they talk to him, he smiles a lot, and he always has a positive attitude. Roger is of bad character but he has a good personality.

Josh is an honest and hardworking man. He is very dependable, he always does what he promises to do. He always tells the truth. However, he is very rude to others. When people talk to him, he just nods his head as if he is uninterested. Also, he never has anything interesting to say. Josh has good character, but a bad personality.


Q: is it natural to say?

A: I have similar character with Sam
B: umm.. I think you are similar to the character ‘Tom’, not ‘Sam’. because ~~.

내 생각에 너는 샘이라는 캐릭터보다 톰과 더 비슷한 것 같아. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: yes! but I would include "Tom's characteristics" in the sentence to let readers know who you are talking about :)
Q: Usagi-piske is Japanese character and well-known to Korea also. There are two characters, Usagi the rabbit and Piske the chick. It was first time that I saw them when my sister asked me for buying their figure. Aren’t they cute? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Usagi-piske is a Japanese character and is well known in Korea too. There are two characters, Usagi the rabbit and Piske the chick. The first time that I saw them was with my sister, when she asked me to buy their figure. Aren’t they cute?
Q: characters は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: QAの全文をご確認ください
Q: 彼はホント色んな顔を持っているよね。そこが彼の魅力なんだと思う。 色んな顔 means different aspects/ various characters は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: He certainly has quite a few different faces, doesn't he? But that's what's so charming about him.が自然だと思います。 Different faces と言ったら、場合によって、真似がよく違う意味を表しますが、伝えたい意味は彼が色々なことをしていることなら、He's pretty variedのほうが適当だと思います。
Q: 彼はホント色んな顔を持っているよね。そこが彼の魅力なんだと思う。 色んな顔 means different aspects/ various characters は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: "He really has many different faces/many different sides to him. That's what makes him charming, I think."


Q: ...This Japanese character implies "having poor self-expressions", which can be the cause of criticism both within and outside of the country in our modern society.
Such a weakness in communication is fatal. この表現は自然ですか?
A: So sorry, I accidentally chose "unnatural" when I wanted to put just "a little unnatural"
It's almost perfect:

This Japanese character implies "having poor self-expression", which can be a cause for criticism both within and outside of the country in modern society. Such a weakness in communication is fatal.
Q: How do you say a *>* character in English?
A: > is the "Greater than" symbol.
< is the "Lesser than" symbol.
Q: He got himself a Chinese character as a tattoo.
He gave himself a tattoo of a Chinese character. この表現は自然ですか?
A: He got a Chinese tattoo或he got a tattoo with Chinese characters
Q: I wish I can see that your character wears that uniform on game. この表現は自然ですか?
A: I wish I could see your character wearing that uniform (in)/(during the) game.
Q: Which characters have you sympathized with in your recent work? の質問に対して
Characters like the protagonist from Kill la Kill, Ryūko Matoi, who keeps strongly marching on.
A: その文の動詞は多分areです。意味が"(they are) characters like the protagonist..."なので、ちょっと正しくない文法になるんです。でも自然に聞こえますから問題ないと思います。