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assistant, help
, ふじ, フジ
wisteria (esp. Japanese wisteria, Wisteria floribunda), wistaria
参加, さんか
Takes suru
participation, joining, entry, adherence
山下, さんか, やました, さんげ
foot of a mountain, base of a mountain
酸化, さんか
Takes suru, See 還元・2, Chemistry term
oxidation, oxidization
傘下, さんか
affiliated with, under jurisdiction of, under the umbrella
産科, さんか
May take 'no'
賛歌, 讃歌, 讚歌, さんか
song of praise, eulogy, paean, hymn
惨禍, さんか
三夏, さんか
three summer months
酸価, さんか
acid value
山窩, さんか, さんわ, サンカ
group of mountain nomads (in Japan), group of mountain people, the Sanka
山家, やまが, さんか
mountain villa, house in the mountains, mountain retreat
1. too, also, in addition, as well, (not) either (in a negative sentence)
as AもBも
2. both A and B, A as well as B, neither A nor B (in a negative sentence)
used for emphasis or to express absence of doubt regarding a quantity, etc.
3. even, as much as, as many as, as far as, as long as, no less than, no fewer than
often as 〜ても, 〜でも, 〜とも, etc.
4. even if, even though, although, in spite of
Adverb, See もう・3, Colloquialism, Abbreviation
5. further, more, again, another, the other
知れる, しれる
Conjugated: しれません
Ichidan verb, Intransitive, See お里が知れる・おさとがしれる
1. to become known, to come to light, to be discovered
See 気が知れない・きがしれない, See 得体の知れない・えたいのしれない, often in the negative
2. to be known, to be understood
See 高が知れている・たかがしれている
3. to obviously not amount to much, to seem trivial
in the form しれたこと
4. to be evident, to be obvious, to go without saying
in forms like どれほど…かしれない
5. to be very intense (worry, hope, etc.), to be extremely severe
知る, 識る, しる
Conjugated: しれません
Godan verb, Transitive
1. to be aware of, to know, to be conscious of, to cognize, to cognise
2. to notice, to feel
3. to understand, to comprehend, to grasp
4. to remember, to be acquainted with (a procedure)
5. to experience, to go through, to learn
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