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付く
Readings
つく
tsuku
Meanings
Godan verb with 'ku' ending
intransitive verb
to be attached, to be connected with, to adhere, to stick, to clingêtre attaché, être imprimé, être tâché, avoir de la chance, prendre racine, s'allumer (lumière)

to remain imprinted, to scar, to stain, to dye
to bear (fruit, interest, etc.)
to be acquired (of a habit, ability, etc.), to increase (of strength, etc.)
to take root
to accompany, to attend, to follow, to study with
to side with, to belong to
See also: 憑く
to possess, to haunt

See also: 点く
to be lit, to be lighted

to be settled, to be resolved, to be decided
to be given (of a name, price, etc.)
to be sensed, to be perceived
from 運がつく
to be lucky

Suffix
Godan verb with 'ku' ending
See also: 付く, づく
(after -masu stems, onomatopoeic and mimetic words) to become (a state, condition, etc.)прикрепляться, прилипатьhaften, anhaften, kleben, sich bilden, ansetzen, zunehmen, gewinnen, dazugehören, bei jmdm. bleiben, jmdm. folgen, jmds. Partei ergreifen, überlaufen, berühren, in Berührung kommen, kosten, Glück haben

Kanji
ON: KUN: つ.ける, -づ.き, -つき, -つ.き, つ.き, -づ.く, つ.く, -づけ, -づ.け, -つ.け, つ.け-, つ.け, -づ.ける, -つ.ける, -づき
adhere, attach, refer to, append

Conjugated forms
Example sentences
ボイラは湯あかがびっしりついた。Parts: ボイラー (ボイラ), 湯垢 (ゆあか), びっしり, 付く (つく)The boiler was heavily scaled.

風呂はついてますか。Parts: 風呂 (ふろ), 付く (つく)Does it have a bathroom?
Y a-t-il une salle de bain ?

彼は妻が死んで以来酒を飲む癖がついた。Parts: (かれ), (つま), 死ぬ (しぬ), 以来 (いらい), (さけ), 飲む (のむ), (くせ), 付く (つく)Il s'est mis à boire à partir de la mort de sa femme.
He has taken to drinking since the death of his wife.

彼はその討論で反対派に付いた。Parts: (かれ), 其の (その), 討論 (とうろん), 反対派 (はんたいは), 付く (つく)He sided with the opposition group in the argument.

テレビが付きません。Parts: テレビ, 付く (つく)The TV won't turn on.
Телевизор не включается.

それらの牛には焼き印がついている。Parts: 其れ等 (それら), (うし), には, 焼き印 (やきいん), 付く (つく)The cattle are marked with brands.

Community comments
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