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Godan verb with 'ru' ending
esp. 貼る
to stick, to paste, to affix, to link (e.g. in WWW forums)étaler, allonger, apposer, coller, couvrir, monter (une tente), tendre

to stretch, to spread, to strain, to tighten, to put up (tent)être coûteux
to form (e.g. ice on a pond)
to fill, to swell
to stick out, to put, to slap
to be expensive
Meaning restricted to 張る
Godan verb with 'ru' ending
intransitive verb
See also: テンパる, 1
See also: 聴牌
to become one tile away from completion (mahjong)наклеивать, натягивать, ставить (палатку)aufspannen, aufstellen (Zelt), aufhängen (Vorhänge od. Tapeten), aufstellen (Netz), spannen (Seil), aufziehen (Segel), ausbreiten, auslegen, verlegen (Kacheln od. Parkett), bedecken, anspannen, eine steife Haltung annehmen, eine Ohrfeige geben, teuer sein, gespannt sein, sich ein Ansehen geben, zufrieren

ON: チョウKUN: は.る, -は.り, -ば.り
lengthen, counter for bows & stringed instruments, stretch, spread, put up (tent)

ON: テン, チョウKUN: は.る, つ.く
stick, paste, apply

Conjugated forms
Example sentences
湖には薄い氷が張っていた。Parts: (みずうみ), には, 薄い (うすい), (こおり), 張る (はる)There was thin ice on the lake.

クモがクモの巣を張るところを見たことがありますか。Parts: 蜘蛛 (くも), 蜘蛛の巣 (くものす), 張る (はる), (ところ), 見る (みる), 事がある (ことがある)Have you ever seen a spider spinning its web?
Вы когда-нибудь видели, как паук плетёт свою паутину?

あなたの願書に最近の写真を貼りなさい。Parts: 貴方 (あなた), 願書 (がんしょ), 最近 (さいきん), 写真 (しゃしん), 張る (はる), なさいJoignez une photographie récente à notre formulaire d'inscription.
Attach a recent photograph to your application form.
Kleben Sie ein aktuelles Foto auf Ihren Antrag.

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