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枯葉, 枯れ葉, かれは
dead leaf, dry leaves
枯葉剤, 枯れ葉剤, かれはざい
defoliant
枯れ果てる, かれはてる
Ichidan verb, Intransitive
to wither completely (of a plant), to dry up completely, to drop all its leaves
枯れ葉マーク, 枯葉マーク, かれはマーク
sticker for car drivers 70 years or older
カレハスズメダイ
agile chromis (Chromis agilis), bronze reef chromis
遅かれ早かれ, おそかれはやかれ
Expression, Adverb
sooner or later
遅かれ早かれ彼は破滅する。
疲れ果てる, つかれはてる
Ichidan verb, Intransitive
to get tired out, to be exhausted
彼は、家に帰ったときつかれ果てていた。
疲れ果て, つかれは
Expression
being tired out
刈る, 苅る, かる
Conjugated: かれば
Godan verb, Transitive
to cut (grass, hair, etc.), to mow, to clip, to trim, to prune, to shear, to reap, to harvest
彼らはジャックの髪の刈り方をひやかした。
駆る, 駈る, かる
Conjugated: かれば
Godan verb, Transitive
1. to spur on, to urge forward, to impel
2. to drive at high speed (e.g. a car)
彼は衝動に駆られた。
狩る, 猟る, かる
Conjugated: かれば
Godan verb, Transitive
1. to hunt (animals)
2. to search (for a criminal)
3. to go looking for (flowers, etc.), to gather (mushrooms), to pick (berries)
世界で、鹿やムースやキジといった野性獣を狩ることは違法とする国が多い。
枯ればむ, かれば
Godan verb, Intransitive
to begin to wither, to begin to dry out
借る, かる
Conjugated: かれば
Godan verb, Transitive, See 借りる, Dialect: Kansai-ben
1. to borrow, to have a loan
2. to rent, to hire
別れ話, わかればなし
talk about divorce or separation
されば, 然れば, しかれば
Conjunction, Usually in kana
1. that being the case, therefore, so
2. well then, moving on to another topic...
Only されば
3. (expressing surprise) ...on earth?
Interjection
4. that's right
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