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飽き, あき
weariness, boredom, tedium, tiresomeness
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飽き, 厭きる, 倦きる, 倦る, あきる
Ichidan verb, Auxiliary verb, Intransitive
to get tired of, to lose interest in, to be fed up with, to have enough
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飽き飽き, 厭き厭き, あきあき
Takes suru
getting tired of, getting sick of, getting bored with, getting fed up with
飽く, 厭く, 倦く, あく
Conjugated: 飽き
Godan verb, Intransitive, See 飽きる
1. to tire of, to lose interest in
2. to be satisfied, to enjoy
Auxiliary verb, after the -masu stem of a verb
3. to do adequately
飽き易い, あきやすい
easily bored, quick to lose interest, fickle, capricious
飽き足る, 飽足る, 慊る, あきたる, あきだる
Godan verb, Intransitive, See 飽き足らない
to be satisfied
飽き, みあきる
Ichidan verb, Intransitive
to be tired of looking at
聞き飽き, 聞きあきる, ききあきる
Ichidan verb, Transitive
to be tired of hearing
飽き足りる, 飽足りる, 慊りる, あきたりる
Ichidan verb, Intransitive, See 飽き足りない・あきたりない
to be satisfied
飽きが来る, あきがくる
to get tired of, to lose interest in, to grow bored
食べ飽き, たべあきる
Ichidan verb, Transitive
to get tired of eating, to have enough of (a food)
飽きもせず, あきもせず
Expression, Adverb, See 飽きる
untiringly, persistently, without losing interest
飽き足らない, 飽足らない, 慊らない, あきたらない
Expression, See 飽き足る
unsatisfactory, unsatisfying
飽きっぽい, 厭きっぽい, あきっぽい
easily bored, quick to lose interest, fickle, capricious
飽き足りない, 飽足りない, 慊りない, あきたりない
Expression, See 飽き足りる
unsatisfactory, unsatisfying
聴衆を飽きさせない, ちょうしゅうをあきさせない
Expression, See 聴衆を飽かさない・ちょうしゅうをあかさない
holding the attention of the audience
美人は三日で飽き, 美人は3日で飽き, びじんはみっかであきる
Expression, Proverb
beauty is only skin-deep, one gets tired of a beauty in three days
厭き性, 飽き, あきしょう
fickle nature, flighty temperament, inconstant person
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