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など, 等, 抔
Particle, Usually in kana
1. et cetera, etc., and the like, and so forth
after an approximate quote or vague suggestion
2. or something
lessening the significance or value of the previous word
3. the likes of
4. for example, for instance, for one
2、4、6などは偶数です。
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何か, なにか, なんか
Adverb
1. something, some, any
2. somehow, for some reason
3. (is there) something (you want, etc.)
ここまでのところで何か落としていることはありませんか。
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軟化, なんか
Takes suru, Antonym: 硬化・1
1. softening
Antonym: 硬化・2
2. softening (of attitude), mollification
Antonym: 硬化・3
3. weakening (of the market)
4. blanching (e.g. of vegetables; by depriving of light)
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南下, なんか
Takes suru
going south
軟貨, なんか
1. banknote
See 硬貨・こうか・2
2. soft currency
難化, なんか
Takes suru
becoming more difficult (e.g. exam), increasing difficulty
なんか
Particle, Adverb, oft. scornful or dismissive
something like ..., things like ..., someone like ..., the likes of ...
この仕事は決してやさしくなんかない。
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かぼちゃ, 南瓜, ぼうぶら, なんか, カボチャ
Usually in kana, ぼうぶら is primarily Kansai dialect
pumpkin (Cucurbita sp.), squash
なんて大きなかぼちゃなんだ!
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なんて, 何て
Noun or verb acting prenominally, Adverb, Usually in kana
how ...!, what ...!, what's that?
彼はなんて大食らいなんだろう。
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なんて
Particle, Adverb, expresses disdain, dislike, astonishment, etc.
things like, something like, someone like, such a thing as, (the fact) that, to think that
1週間でそのレポートを仕上げるなんて不可能だ。
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