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ああ, 嗚呼, 噫, 嗟, あー, あぁ, アー, アア, アァ
Interjection, Usually in kana, also written as 於乎, 於戯, 嗟乎, 嗟夫, 吁, etc.
1. ah!, oh!, alas!
2. yes, indeed, that is correct
in exasperation
3. aah, gah, argh
4. hey!, yo!
5. uh huh, yeah yeah, right, gotcha
ああ悲しい。
ああ
Adverb, See こう・1, See そう・1, See どう, used for something or someone distant from both speaker and listener
like that, so
ある人はこうだと言い、またある人はああだと言う。
唖々, 唖唖, ああ
Adverb, Archaism, Onomatopoeic or mimetic word
caw (of a crow, etc.)
ゆっくり
Adverb, Adverb taking the 'to' particle, Takes suru, Onomatopoeic or mimetic word
1. slowly, unhurriedly, without haste, leisurely, at one's leisure
2. easily (e.g. in time), well, sufficiently, amply, with time to spare
3. well (e.g. sleep), comfortably
ゆっくりでも着実にやってゆけば勝負には勝つ。
やる, 遣る, 行る
Conjugated: やって
Godan verb, Transitive, See 為る・する・1, Usually in kana, Colloquialism
1. to do, to undertake, to perform, to play (a game), to study
2. to send, to dispatch, to despatch
3. to put, to move, to turn (one's head, glance, etc.)
4. to give (esp. to someone of equal or lower status), to let have, to present, to bestow, to confer
5. to make (a vehicle) go faster
5ドルをやる。
殺る, やる
Conjugated: やって
Godan verb, Transitive, Colloquialism
to do someone in, to bump someone off
もう一度政治家を殺ってみたかったが出来なかった。
演る, やる
Conjugated: やって
Godan verb, Transitive, See 演じる, often used in the popular music industry
to perform, to play, to act
やる, 犯る, ヤる
Conjugated: やって
Godan verb, Transitive, Slang, Usually in kana
to have sex with
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