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結婚, けっこん
May take 'no', Takes suru
marriage
結婚の申し込みが殺到した。
する, 為る
Usually in kana
1. to do, to carry out, to perform
2. to cause to become, to make (into), to turn (into)
3. to serve as, to act as, to work as
4. to wear (clothes, a facial expression, etc.)
as 〜にする,〜とする
5. to judge as being, to view as being, to think of as, to treat as, to use as
刷る, 摺る, する
Godan verb, Transitive
1. to print
2. to color or pattern fabric using a wooden mold
私達は招待状を50通刷りました。
する, 掏る, スる
Godan verb, Transitive, See すり, Usually in kana
to pickpocket, to steal
電車でポケットの中にあるものをすられた。
擦る, 摩る, 磨る, 擂る, する
Godan verb, Transitive
1. to rub, to chafe, to strike (match), to file, to frost (glass)
2. to lose (e.g. a match), to forfeit, to squander one's money (e.g. through gambling, Pachinko, etc.)
しみをこすり落とすことができなかった。
剃る, そる, する
Godan verb, Transitive
to shave
お父さんがバスルームでひげを剃っている。
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
能登, のと
1. Noto (former province located in the north of present-day Ishikawa Prefecture)
See 能登半島・のとはんとう
2. Noto (peninsula)
祝詞, のりと, しゅくし, のっと, のと
Shinto term
1. ritual prayer, invocation of the gods participating in a rite
Only しゅくし, See 祝辞・しゅくじ
2. congratulatory address
「なんて言ってるの?」「祝詞も知らないのか?」「祝詞?」「神道の呪文のようなもん。」
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