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上手, じょうず, じょうて, じょうしゅ
NA-adjective, Antonym: 下手・へた・1
1. skillful, skilled, proficient, good (at), adept, clever
2. flattery
あなたは上手にバスケットボールができますか。
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うまい, 上手, 美味い, 旨い, 巧い, 甘い, 美い
Conjugated: 上手
Usually in kana, esp. 上手い, 巧い
1. skillful, skilful, skilled, good, expert, clever (expression, trick, etc.), apt, appropriate
esp. 旨い, 美味い, 甘い
2. delicious, tasty, nice
esp. 旨い
3. good (deal, idea, etc.), profitable, promising, lucky, fortunate, successful, satisfactory, splendid
それはあまりにもうますぎる話だ。
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上手, うわて, かみて
NA-adjective
1. upper part
Only かみて
2. upper stream, upper course of a river
3. right side of the stage (audience's or camera's POV), stage left (actor's POV)
Only うわて
4. skillful (in comparisons), dexterity
Sumo term
5. over-arm grip on opponent's belt
あなたは上手にバスケットボールができますか。
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
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できる, 出来る, 出きる, 出來る
Conjugated: できました
Ichidan verb, Intransitive, Usually in kana
1. to be able (in a position) to do, to be up to the task
2. to be ready, to be completed
3. to be made, to be built
4. to be good at, to be permitted (to do)
5. to become intimate, to take up (with someone)
あの二人はどうもできているらしい。
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てく, でく
Conjugated: できました
Godan verb, Auxiliary verb, Colloquialism, from ..て or で plus 行く
to continue
, , ,
Particle, at sentence end; used as a request for confirmation or agreement
1. right?, isn't it?, doesn't it?, don't you?, don't you think?
Interjection
2. hey, say, listen, look, come on
at sentence end; used to express one's thoughts or feelings
3. you know, you see, I must say, I should think
at sentence end; used to make an informal request
4. will you?, please
at the end of a non-final clause; used to draw the listener's attention to something
5. so, ..., well, ..., you understand?
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, , ,
Expression, See 無い・1, Colloquialism
nonexistent, not being (there), not having