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completely; until the end
Parents of children who have absolutely no interest in studying are completely at a loss.
til the end
#264 Author: dc
I made an effort
but in the end, I couldn’t finish.
#5983 Author: khongbietboi
I thoroughly thought about the difficult math problem, and when the answer came to me, I was glad.
#6438 Author: rubyhatchet
The parents of children who have absolutely no interest in studying are completely at a loss.
#6439 Author: rubyhatchet
No matter how difficult, don't give up your will
to follow through
. Do your best.
#6437 Author: rubyhatchet
My grandfather survived two wars.
#8388 Author: karekano
Carry it through.
#8389 Author: karekano
You have to
#299 Author: Amatuka
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＊This is a strong expression.
Ｖ(minus ます) + ぬく
- you do something completely/ till the end, but it takes great pain, effort, sacrifice to comlplete the action ｛→せっかく｝
ex：最後まで走りぬく。Run to the end (with great effort).
You are right. For 困難, 耐え抜くis right kanji.
Should not be the kanji in the last example 299 耐え抜かねばならない rather this????
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