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, かれ
Pronoun, See 彼女・1
1. he, him
See 彼氏・1
2. boyfriend
あれなら絶対大丈夫!
かの, ,
Pre-noun adjectival (rentaishi), See 彼の・あの, Usually in kana
that well-known ...
あのおいしいワインをなぜ飲まないんだい。
あれ, , , あ
Pronoun, See 何れ・1, See 此れ・1, See 其れ・1, Usually in kana
1. that (indicating something distant from both speaker and listener (in space, time or psychologically), or something understood without naming it directly)
used to refer to one's equals or inferiors
2. that person
Archaism
3. over there
Only あれ, Colloquialism
4. down there (i.e. one's genitals)
5. period, menses
あれなら絶対大丈夫!
Particle, pronounced わ in modern Japanese
1. topic marker particle
2. indicates contrast with another option (stated or unstated)
3. adds emphasis
それ, 其れ, 其
Pronoun, See 何れ・1, See 此れ・1, See 彼・あれ・1, Usually in kana
1. that (indicating an item or person near the listener, the action of the listener, or something on their mind), it
2. that time, then
Archaism
3. there (indicating a place near the listener)
4. you
それが高1の時だから17年が経ちました。
それ
Interjection, used to call someone's attention to something
there!
それ, 逸れる
Conjugated: それ
Ichidan verb, Intransitive, Usually in kana
1. to turn away, to bear off, to veer away, to swerve from, to miss (e.g. a target)
2. to deviate (e.g. of a conversation), to digress, to go astray, to wander
私は途中で彼とはぐれてしまった。
Particle
1. indicates direct object of action
2. indicates subject of causative expression
3. indicates an area traversed
4. indicates time (period) over which action takes place
5. indicates point of departure or separation of action
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