TAKOBOTO

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書く, かく
Conjugated: 書いた
Godan verb, Transitive
1. to write, to compose, to pen
See 描く・かく・1
2. to draw, to paint
ここにあなたの名前をかいてくれませんか。
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なんて, 何て
Noun or verb acting prenominally, Adverb, Usually in kana
how ...!, what ...!, what's that?
彼はなんて大食らいなんだろう。
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なんて
Particle, Adverb, expresses disdain, dislike, astonishment, etc.
things like, something like, someone like, such a thing as, (the fact) that, to think that
1週間でそのレポートを仕上げるなんて不可能だ。
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すごい, 凄い, スゴイ, スゴい
Usually in kana
1. terrible, dreadful
2. amazing (e.g. of strength), great (e.g. of skills), wonderful, terrific
3. to a great extent, vast (in numbers)
Adverb, See 凄く, Colloquialism
4. awfully, very, immensely
すごいぞ!
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, ねえ
Noun, used as a suffix, Familiar language
older sister
姉は私のズボンにアイロンをかけてくれる。
ねー, ねえ, ねぇ, ね
Expression, See 無い・1, Colloquialism
nonexistent, not being (there), not having
, ねー, ねえ, ねぇ
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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