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遅れる, 後れる, おくれる
Conjugated: 遅れて
Ichidan verb, Intransitive, usu. 遅れる
1. to be late, to be delayed, to fall behind schedule, to be overdue
oft. 後れる
2. to fall behind (in a race, one's studies, etc.), to lag behind, to be behind (the times)
3. to be bereaved of, to be preceded by (someone) in death
4. to be slow (of a clock or watch)
アンディはけっしてデートにおくれたことはない。
来る, 來る, くる
Intransitive
1. to come (spatially or temporally), to approach, to arrive
Auxiliary verb, See 行って来る
2. to come back, to do ... and come back
3. to come to be, to become, to get, to grow, to continue
4. to come from, to be caused by, to derive from
See と来たら
5. to come to (i.e. "when it comes to spinach ...")
10時までに来ます。
繰る, くる
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。
くる, 佝僂
See 佝僂病, Usually in kana
1. rickets
2. someone suffering from rickets
呉る, くる
Nidan verb, Transitive, See 呉れる・1, Archaism
to give, to let one have, to do for one
えぐる, 抉る, 刳る, 剔る, くる
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。
, くる, くろろ, くる, くる
1. pivot hinge (using extensions on the top and bottom of a door that fit into cavities in the frame)
See 猿・4
2. sliding wooden bolt (for holding a door or window shut)
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