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これ, 此れ, 是, 是れ, 之, 之れ, 維, 惟
Pronoun, See 何れ・1, See 其れ・1, See 彼・あれ・1, Usually in kana
1. this (indicating an item near the speaker, the action of the speaker, or the current topic)
Humble
2. this person (usu. indicating someone in one's in-group)
Adverb
3. now
Archaism
4. here
5. I (me)
これは兄です。かっこいいですね。
これ
Interjection, used to get the attention of one's equals or inferiors
hey, oi, yo
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
どうやったら
Expression, See どうやって
how (can), by what means
どうやったら彼と縁を切ることが出来るだろうか。
良い, 善い, 好い, 佳い, 吉い, 宜い, よい, えい
See いい・1, also いい (all senses)
1. good, excellent, fine, nice, pleasant, agreeable
See いい・2
2. sufficient, enough, ready, prepared
See いい・3
3. profitable (deal, business offer, etc.), beneficial
See いい・4, as て(も)良い, と(も)良い, etc.; indicates permission or compromise
4. OK, all right, fine, no problem
私にはよい友達が数人いる。
酔い, よい, えい
See 酔う・よう・1
1. drunkenness, intoxication
See 酔う・よう・2
2. motion sickness, travel sickness
酔いを覚ますために散歩に出かけた。
, よい
evening, early night hours
余意, よい
implied meaning
Particle, used at sentence-end; indicates a question (sometimes rhetorical)
1. yes?, no?, isn't it?, is it?
after each alternative
2. or, whether or not
See 何か・1, after an interrogative
3. some- (e.g. something, someone)
indicates doubt, uncertainty, etc.; sometimes after other particles
4. hmm, huh
Prefix, See か弱い, emphatic prefix; usu. before an adjective
5. very
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