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持つ, もつ
Conjugated: 持って
Godan verb, Transitive
1. to hold (in one's hand), to take, to carry
2. to possess, to have, to own
3. to maintain, to keep
4. to last, to be durable, to survive
5. to take charge of, to be in charge of
コートを持ちましょうか。
See more > common
持っていく, 持って行く, もって行く, 持ってゆく, もっていく, もってゆく
Expression, Godan verb
to take, to carry (something) away, to bear
318号室のお客さんに持って行ってあげなさい。
See more > common
持ってくる, 持って来る, もって来る, もってくる
Expression
to bring, to take (something) along, to fetch, to get
お水を持ってきてください。
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持って, もってけ
Expression, Slang, Vulgar expression or word
Take it!, Take that!
もってこい, 持って来い, 持ってこい
Expression, NA-adjective, May take 'no', Usually in kana
1. just right, ideal, perfectly suitable
2. fetch!, bring me ...
秋は読書にもってこいの季節だ。
持って回る, もって回る, もってまわる
Expression, Godan verb
1. to carry around
2. to be roundabout (speech, actions, etc.), to be indirect
責任を持って, せきにんをもって
Expression, Adverb
responsibly, properly, correctly
そこへ持ってきて, そこへもってきて
Expression
what is worse, to make matters worse
持ってけドロボー, 持ってけ泥棒, もってけドロボー, もってけどろぼう
Expression, shouted by vendors at market stalls, etc.
it's (so cheap it's) a steal!, take it away, thief
持って生まれた, もってうまれた
Expression, Noun or verb acting prenominally
natural (ability)
子を持って知る親の恩, こをもってしるおやのおん
Expression, Proverb
he that has no child knows not what love is
おいしいところを持っていく, 美味しいところを持っていく, おいしい所を持っていく, 美味しい所を持っていく, おいしいところをもっていく
Expression, Godan verb
1. to take a big bite
2. to take the best part, to steal all the good parts, to steal the show
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