TAKOBOTO

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Out-dated kanji
Readings
ところ
tokoro
とこ
toko
Reading restricted to 所
Meanings
Noun (futsuumeishi)
Suffix
also pronounced どころ when a suffix
place, spot, scene, siteendroit, lieu

address
district, area, locality
one's house
point
part
space, room
Usually written using kana alone
after the plain past form of a verb
whereupon, as a result

(after present form of a verb) about to, on the verge of
(after past form of a verb) was just doing, was in the process of doing, have just done, just finished doingместоOrt, Platz, Stellekorrumpierte Form von tokoro, ungefähr
Kanji
ON: ショKUN: ところ, -ところ, どころ, とこ
place

ON: ショKUN: ところ, -こ, お.る
dispose, manage, deal with, sentence, condemn, act, behave, place

ON: ショKUN: ところ, -こ, お.る
place, locale, department

Example sentences
驚かない所をみると知ってたのね。Parts: 驚く (おどろく), (ところ), 見る (みる), 知る (しる)Da du nicht überrascht bist, denke ich, musst du es gewusst haben.
Seeing that you're not surprised, I think you must have known.
Vu que tu n'es pas surpris, je pense que tu étais au courant.

さあ、今汲みなさい。そして宴会の世話役の所に持っていきなさい。Parts: さあ, (いま), 汲む (くむ), なさい, 而して (そして), 宴会 (えんかい), 世話役 (せわやく), (ところ), 持っていく (もっていく), なさいNow draw some out and take it to the master of the banquet.

おじを見送りに駅に行ってきたところだ。Parts: 伯父 (おじ), 見送り (みおくり), (えき), 行って来る (いってくる), (ところ)I have been to the station to see my uncle off.

あっ、いけない!忘れるところだった!Parts: アッ, 行けない (いけない), 忘れる (わすれる), (ところ)Oh, no! I almost forgot!

「そのうちに、あなたのところにお邪魔してもいいですか」「どうぞ、どうぞ」Parts: その内に (そのうちに), 貴方 (あなた), (ところ), (ご), 邪魔 (じゃま), 良い (よい), ですか, どうぞ, どうぞ"Do you mind if I call on you sometime?" "No, not at all."

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