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新しい, 新らしい, あたらしい
new, novel, fresh, recent, latest, up-to-date, modern
あなたの新しい車は調子よく動いていますか。
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カメラ, キャメラ
camera
おじさんがぼくにカメラをくれました。
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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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買う, かう
Conjugated: かった
Godan verb, Transitive, in western Japan, 買う conjugates euphonically as こうた, こうて, etc.
1. to buy, to purchase
2. to value, to have a high opinion
3. to stir, to provoke, to draw upon oneself
彼が絶えず侮辱したので私の怒りをかった。
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勝つ, 克つ, 贏つ, かつ
Conjugated: かった
Godan verb, Intransitive
to win, to gain victory
この病気に勝てる人は少ない。
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飼う, かう
Conjugated: かった
Godan verb, Transitive
to keep (a pet or other animal), to have, to own, to raise, to rear, to feed
ナンシーは犬を飼いたがっていますか。
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刈る, 苅る, かる
Conjugated: かった
Godan verb, Transitive
to cut (grass, hair, etc.), to mow, to clip, to trim, to prune, to shear, to reap, to harvest
彼らはジャックの髪の刈り方をひやかした。
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駆る, 駈る, かる
Conjugated: かった
Godan verb, Transitive
1. to spur on, to urge forward, to impel
2. to drive at high speed (e.g. a car)
彼は衝動に駆られた。
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狩る, 猟る, かる
Conjugated: かった
Godan verb, Transitive
1. to hunt (animals)
2. to search (for a criminal)
3. to go looking for (flowers, etc.), to gather (mushrooms), to pick (berries)
世界で、鹿やムースやキジといった野性獣を狩ることは違法とする国が多い。
支う, かう
Conjugated: かった
Godan verb, Transitive
to support, to prop up
交う, かう
Conjugated: かった
Auxiliary verb, Godan verb, See 行き交う・ゆきかう, See 飛び交う・とびかう, after the -masu stem of a verb
to take turns, to mingle together
借る, かる
Conjugated: かった
Godan verb, Transitive, See 借りる, Dialect: Kansai-ben
1. to borrow, to have a loan
2. to rent, to hire
The words and kanji on this web site come from the amazing dictionary files JMDict, EDICT and KANJIDIC. These files are the property of the Electronic Dictionary Research and Development Group , and are used in conformance with the Group's licence. The example sentences come from the projects Tatoeba and Tanaka Corpus. Kanji search by radicals is based on the Kradfile2 and Kradfile-u files containing radical decomposition of 13108 Japanese characters. Many thanks to all the people involved in those projects!