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入れる, 容れる, 函れる, いれる
Conjugated: 入れて
Ichidan verb, Transitive
1. to put in, to let in, to take in, to bring in, to insert, to install (e.g. software), to set (a jewel, etc.), to ink in (e.g. tattoo)
2. to admit, to accept, to employ, to hire, to comply, to grant, to adopt (a policy, etc.), to take (advice, etc.), to listen to, to pay attention to
3. to include
4. to pay (one's rent, etc.)
5. to cast (a vote)
留学生も入れるのかしら。
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入る, いる
Conjugated: 入れて
Godan verb, Intransitive, See 入る・はいる・1, See 気に入る, See 立ち入る・1, mainly used in fixed expressions and compound verbs
to get in, to go in, to come in, to flow into, to set, to set in
彼は月収2000ドルの金が入る。
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入る, 這入る, はいる
Conjugated: 入れて
Godan verb, Intransitive, Antonym: 出る・1
1. to enter, to go into
2. to break into
3. to join, to enroll
4. to contain, to hold, to accommodate
5. to have (an income of)
彼は月収2000ドルの金が入る。
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もらえる, 貰える
Conjugated: もらえません
Ichidan verb, See 貰う・1, Usually in kana
1. to be able to receive, to be able to take, to be able to accept
after the -te form of a verb as もらえないか, もらえますか, etc.
2. could you (give me), would you, can you
私のお願いを聞いてもらえますか?
もらう, 貰う
Conjugated: もらえません
Godan verb, Transitive, Usually in kana
1. to receive, to take, to accept
Auxiliary verb, follows a verb in "-te" form
2. to get somebody to do something
3. to have in one's pocket (a fight, match)
4. to contract (a disease), to catch, to be affected
それじゃ、僕はチキンをもらいましょう。
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