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見せる, みせる
Conjugated: 見せて
Ichidan verb, Transitive
to show, to display
あなたに何枚かの写真を見せましょう。
見す, 看す, めす
Conjugated: 見せて
Godan verb, Transitive, See 見る・1, Honorific or respectful, Archaism
1. to see, to look, to watch
2. to rule, to govern
くれる, 呉れる
Conjugated: くれません
Ichidan verb, Transitive, See あげる・18, Usually in kana, the receiver is the speaker or someone close to the speaker
1. to give, to let (one) have
See くれてやる, often as くれてやる; shows mild disdain for the receiver
2. to give
Auxiliary verb, after the -te form of a verb
3. to do for one, to take the trouble to do
4. to do to someone's disadvantage
助けが必要だったら呼んでくれ。
暮れる, 眩れる, 暗れる, 昏れる, くれる
Conjugated: くれません
Ichidan verb, Intransitive
1. to get dark, to grow dark
2. to end (of a day, year, season, etc.), to come to an end, to close
3. to be sunk in (e.g. despair), to be lost in (e.g. thought), to be overcome with
冬の日は速く暮れる。
繰る, くる
Conjugated: くれません
Godan verb, Transitive
1. to reel, to wind, to spin (thread)
2. to turn (pages), to flip through (a book), to leaf through (a book), to consult (a dictionary), to refer to (an encyclopedia)
3. to count (e.g. the days)
4. to open one-by-one, to close one-by-one (e.g. shutters)
それがいつだったか日を繰って確かめた。
えぐる, 抉る, 刳る, 剔る, くる
Conjugated: くれません
Godan verb, Transitive, Usually in kana
1. to gouge, to hollow out, to bore, to excavate, to scoop out
Only えぐる
2. to greatly perturb, to cause emotional pain
3. to get to the bottom of things, to relentlessly bring the truth to light
傷を深くえぐってはならない、傷を新たに作ることになるから。
Particle, used at sentence-end; indicates a question (sometimes rhetorical)
1. yes?, no?, isn't it?, is it?
after each alternative
2. or, whether or not
See 何か・1, after an interrogative
3. some- (e.g. something, someone)
indicates doubt, uncertainty, etc.; sometimes after other particles
4. hmm, huh
Prefix, See か弱い, emphatic prefix; usu. before an adjective
5. very
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