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負ける, 敗ける, 敗北る, まける
Conjugated: まけられません
Ichidan verb, Intransitive
1. to lose, to be defeated
Only 負ける
2. to succumb, to give in, to surrender, to yield
3. to be inferior to
See 気触れる・かぶれる・1
4. to break out in a rash due to (e.g. lacquer, shaving, etc.)
Transitive
5. to reduce the price, to give a discount, to throw in (something extra) for free
3対0で彼には負けています。
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巻く, 捲く, まく
Conjugated: まけられません
Godan verb, Transitive
1. to wind, to coil, to roll, to wear (e.g. turban, scarf)
usu. 巻かれる
2. to envelope, to shroud
3. to outflank, to skirt
See 付合・つけあい
4. to link (verse)
Intransitive
5. to move ahead (three hours, etc.), to move up
長い物には巻かれろ。
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まく, 撒く
Conjugated: まけられません
Godan verb, Transitive, Usually in kana
1. to scatter, to sprinkle, to strew
2. to distribute (handbills, etc.), to spread (rumours, etc.)
3. to give the slip, to throw off, to shake off, to lose
まいた種は刈らねばならない。
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まく, 蒔く, 播く
Conjugated: まけられません
Godan verb, Transitive, Usually in kana
1. to sow, to plant, to seed
See 種をまく・2
2. to sow (the seeds of; e.g. conflict)
See 蒔絵
3. to sprinkle (gold or silver powder on lacquerware)
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Particle, at sentence end
1. indicates a question
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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