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, いま
Temporal noun (jisoumeishi), Adverbial noun, May take 'no'
1. now, the present time, just now, soon, immediately
Adverb
2. another, more
今のアナウンスは何だったのですか。
, こん
Prefix
1. the current ..., this
2. today's ...
今のアナウンスは何だったのですか。
出かける, 出掛ける, でかける
Conjugated: 出かけて
Ichidan verb, Intransitive
1. to go out (e.g. on an excursion or outing), to leave, to depart, to start, to set out
2. to be about to leave, to be just going out
10分前に出かけました。
廃家, はいか, はいけ
1. deserted house, ruined house
Takes suru
2. abolishing one's own family line in order to join another (under pre-1947 Japanese law), extinct family
ない, 無い
Usually in kana
1. nonexistent, not being (there)
2. unowned, not had, unpossessed
See またとない
3. unique
as ...ことがない, etc.; indicates negation, inexperience, unnecessariness or impossibility
4. not, impossible, won't happen
Auxiliary adjective, See ない・1, after the ren'youkei form of an adjective
5. not
2つの意見に大した差はない。
ある, 有る, 在る
Conjugated: ない
Godan verb, Intransitive, See 居る・いる・1, Usually in kana, usu. of inanimate objects
1. to be, to exist, to live
2. to have
3. to be located
4. to be equipped with
5. to happen, to come about
悪いけどほかに用事があるの。
亡い, ない
See 無い・1
dead
, ない
Suffix, Antonym: 外・がい
inside, within
「うちで働いてみたいかね」とウッドさんが尋ねました。
ない
Suffix, verb-negating suffix; may indicate question or invitation with rising intonation
1. not
See 忙しない, after the root of an adjective
2. emphatic suffix
僕は引退するつもりは毛頭ない。
地震, じしん, ない, なえ, じぶるい
earthquake
地震がその地域を襲った。
どうして, 如何して
Adverb, See どうやって, Usually in kana
1. how, in what way, by what means
2. why, for what reason, for what purpose, what for
3. cannot possibly
Interjection, often as どうして、どうして
4. no way
そのニュースはどうして漏れたのだろう。
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