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仕舞う
終う
了う
蔵う
Readings

shimau
English
Godan verb with 'u' ending
Transitive verb
Usually written using kana alone
to finish, to stop, to end, to put an end to, to bring to a close

Godan verb with 'u' ending
Transitive verb
Usually written using kana alone
to close (a business, etc.), to close down, to shut down, to shut up

Godan verb with 'u' ending
Transitive verb
Usually written using kana alone
to put away, to put back, to keep, to store

Auxiliary verb
Godan verb with 'u' ending
Usually written using kana alone
after the -te form of a verb
to do completely

Auxiliary verb
Godan verb with 'u' ending
Usually written using kana alone
after the -te form of a verb
to do accidentally, to do without meaning to, to happen to do

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Grammar
しまう (仕舞う・終う・了う): Vte, (Definitely, completely [often to ones regret] do V)
Conjugated forms
Present, Future しまう, しまいます
[does], will [do]
しまわない, しまいません
doesn't [do], will not [do]
Past しまった, しまいました
[did]
しまわなかった, しまいませんでした
didn't [do]
Te-form, Continuative しまって, しまいまして しまわないで, しまいませんで しまわなくて
Kanjis
ON: シ, ジ KUN: つか.える
attend, doing, official, serve

Stroke: 5 Grade: 3 JLPT: N3 SKIP: 1-2-3 FC: 2421.1


ON: KUN: ま.う, -ま.う, まい
dance, flit, circle, wheel

Stroke: 15 JLPT: N2 SKIP: 2-2-13 FC: 8025.5


ON: シュウ KUN: お.わる, -お.わる, おわ.る, お.える, つい, つい.に
end, finish

Stroke: 11 Grade: 3 JLPT: N3 SKIP: 1-6-5 FC: 2793.3


ON: リョウ
complete, finish

Stroke: 2 JLPT: N2 SKIP: 4-2-1 FC: 1720.0


ON: ゾウ, ソウ KUN: くら, おさ.める, かく.れる
storehouse, hide, own, have, possess

Stroke: 15 Grade: 6 JLPT: N2 SKIP: 2-3-12 FC: 4425.5


Phrases
本とノートをしまいなさい。
Parts: (ほん) ノート 仕舞う (しまいなさい)
Put away your books and notebooks.

やってしまったことは元に戻らない。
Parts: 遣る (やって) 仕舞う (しまった) (こと) (もと) 戻る (もどる)

買い物を済ませてしまったら電話します。
Parts: 買い物 (かいもの) 済ませる (すませる) 仕舞う (しまったら) 電話 (でんわ)

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