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別て, 別けて, 分けて, わけて
above all, especially, particularly, all the more
分ける, 別ける, わける
Conjugated: わけて
Ichidan verb, Transitive
1. to divide (into), to split (into), to part, to separate, to divide up, to classify, to sort out, to divide out
2. to share, to distribute, to deal out, to dish out
3. to distinguish, to discriminate, to differentiate (between)
4. to break up (a fight), to mediate
5. to call a draw, to tie
沸く, わく
Conjugated: わけて
Godan verb, Intransitive
1. to grow hot (e.g. water), to boil
2. to get excited (at), to erupt (in applause, cheering, etc.), to be in a ferment, to take place energetically
3. to ferment
4. to melt (of metal)
湧く, 涌く, わく
Conjugated: わけて
Godan verb, Intransitive
1. to well (up), to gush forth (of water), to spring out, to surge
2. to appear (esp. suddenly) (sweat, tears, etc.)
3. to feel emotions from (joy, bravery, etc.)
4. to hatch (esp. of parasitic insects, etc.)
やる, 遣る, 行る
Godan verb, Transitive, See 為る・する・1, Usually in kana, Colloquialism
1. to do, to undertake, to perform, to play (a game), to study
2. to send, to dispatch, to despatch
3. to put, to move, to turn (one's head, glance, etc.)
4. to give (esp. to someone of equal or lower status), to let have, to present, to bestow, to confer
5. to make (a vehicle) go faster
殺る, やる
Godan verb, Transitive, Colloquialism
to do someone in, to bump someone off
演る, やる
Godan verb, Transitive, See 演じる, often used in the popular music industry
to perform, to play, to act
やる, 犯る, ヤる
Godan verb, Transitive, Slang, Usually in kana
to have sex with
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