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Particle
1. at (place, time), in, on, during
2. to (direction, state), toward, into
3. for (purpose)
4. because of (reason), with
5. by, from
See more > common
優れた, すぐれた
Noun or verb acting prenominally
great, excellent, outstanding
彼女の母は、すぐれたピアニストです。
優れる, 勝れる, 傑れる, すぐれる
Conjugated: すぐれた
Ichidan verb, Intransitive
to surpass, to outstrip, to excel
健康が富に優れるということは、言うまでもない。
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選る, 択る, よる, える, すぐる
Conjugated: すぐれた
Godan verb, Transitive, See 選ぶ
to choose, to select
収穫したトマトの中からいいものだけをよって、市場に持って行こう。
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, もの, もん
rarely used without a qualifier
person
じっくり彼に耳を貸す者はいない。
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もの, 物, もん
1. thing, object, article, stuff, substance
as 〜のもの, 〜のもん
2. one's things, possessions, property, belongings, something, anything, everything, nothing
3. quality
4. reason, the way of things
Usually in kana, formal noun often used as 〜ものだ
5. used to emphasize emotion, judgment, etc., used to indicate a common occurrence in the past (after a verb in past tense), used to indicate a general tendency, used to indicate something that should happen
遠まわしに物を言うな。
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もの, もん
Particle, used as a conjunction or at sentence-end, often as 〜ものな, 〜ものね
1. indicates reason or excuse
Female term or language, at sentence-end
2. indicates dissatisfaction, indicates desire to be pampered or indulged
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はむ, 食む
Conjugated: はまず
Godan verb, Transitive, Usually in kana
1. to eat (fodder, grass, etc.)
2. to receive (a salary), to receive a stipend from one's lord
牛が野原で草をはんでいた。
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