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掛け懸け
Readings
がけ
gake
Meanings
Suffix
May take the particle 'no'
after an article of clothing
-clad

Usually written using kana alone
after a -masu stem
in the midst of

after a number in the ichi, ni counting system
tenths (e.g. wholesale price, as tenths of retail price)

after a number in the hitotsu, futatsu counting system
times (i.e. multiplied by)

after a number of people
able-to-seat (of a chair, etc.)

Kanji
ON: カイ, ケイKUN: か.ける, かかり, -が.かり, か.かり, -が.かる, -か.かる, か.かる, -が.け, -か.け, か.け, -か.ける, -がかり
hang, suspend, depend, arrive at, tax, pour

ON: ケン, ケKUN: か.ける, か.かる
suspend, hang, 10%, install, depend, consult

ON: カイ, ケイKUN: か.ける, かかり, -が.かり, か.かり, -が.かる, -か.かる, か.かる, -が.け, -か.け, か.け, -か.ける, -がかり
hang, suspend, depend, arrive at, tax, pour

ON: ケン, ケKUN: か.ける, か.かる
suspend, hang, 10%, install, depend, consult

Example sentences
汚れに強い合成皮革を使用した2人掛けのソファです。Parts: 汚れ (よごれ), 強い (つよい), 合成皮革 (ごうせいひかく), 使用 (しよう), 二人 (ふたり), 掛け (がけ), ソファ (ソファー)This is a two-seater sofa using stain-resistant artificial leather.

長くつき合うには掛けは禁物。Parts: 長い (ながい), 付き合う (つきあう), には, 掛け (かけ), 禁物 (きんもつ)
掛けで物を買うな。Parts: 掛け (かけ), (もの), 買う (かう)Don't buy things on credit.

パーティーの終わりがけに、まだ病院のことでぶつぶつと何かを言っていたとき、彼は氷のかけらで足を滑らせて、左足を折ってしまった。Parts: パーティー, 終わる (おわる), 掛け (がけ), 未だ (まだ), 病院 (びょういん), (こと), ぶつぶつ, 何か (なにか), 言う (いう), (とき), (かれ), (こおり), 欠片 (かけら), (あし), 滑る (すべる), 左足 (ひだりあし), 折る (おる), 仕舞う (しまう)He was still mumbling something about hospitals at the end of the party when he slipped on a piece of ice and broke his left leg.

「女も肉も腐りがけが美味い」と課長はいきなり言いだした。Parts: (おんな), (にく), 腐る (くさる), 掛け (がけ), 上手い (うまい), 課長 (かちょう), 行成 (いきなり), 言い出す (いいだす)The section chief said out of the blue: "Women and meat, I like them a little rotten".
Le chef de département s'exclama soudainement: " J'aime les femmes et la viande avec un petit goût de pourri".

彼は上着をコート掛けにかけた。Parts: (かれ), 上着 (うわぎ), コート, 掛け (かけ), 掛ける (かける)
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