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研究室, けんきゅうしつ
1. laboratory
2. seminar room
3. professor's office
彼は自分の研究室で実験を行っている。
Particle
1. at (place, time), in, on, during
2. to (direction, state), toward, into
3. for (purpose)
4. because of (reason), for, with
5. by, from
うかがう, 窺う, 覗う
Conjugated: うかがって
Godan verb, Transitive, Usually in kana
1. to peep (through), to peek, to examine (esp. covertly)
2. to await (one's chance)
usu. used passively
3. to guess, to infer, to gather, to surmise
彼は発言の機会をうかがった。
伺う, うかがう
Conjugated: うかがって
Godan verb, Transitive, Humble
1. to ask, to inquire, to hear, to be told
2. to implore (a god for an oracle), to seek direction (from your superior)
Intransitive
3. to visit
from 御機嫌を伺う
4. to speak to (a large crowd at a theatre, etc.)
2月27日(月曜日)のお約束の確認ですが、午前10時に貴社にお伺いするということでしたね。
Particle
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
よろしい, 宜しい
Usually in kana, Honorific or respectful
good, OK, all right, fine, very well, will do, may, can
あなたに頼んでもよろしいですか。
ですか
Expression, See か・1, Polite, at sentence-end
indicates question
あなたはどこの国の出身ですか。
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