TAKOBOTO

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得る
eru
JLPT N2 Author: Amatuka
える
Meaning
to get, to win, to be possible
I won it in a raffle.
See also
Phrases
I received great benefit from your teaching.
#4454 Author: Miki, bamboo4

The young man was extremely money hungry.
#4455 Author: Miki

Earning our customers confidence and respect is this firm's objective.
#4456 Author: Miki

It is necessary to obtain the sanction of the authorities to enter this building.
#4457 Author: Miki

The man used much money to gain power.
#4460 Author: Miki

We can get a lot of valuable information from the book.
#4461 Author: Miki

If you study in the United States, you need to get a Student visa status.
#4462 Author: Miki

In getting her present job, she made capital of her father's connections.
#4465 Author: Miki

Here we introduce ways of getting a better smile.
#498 Author: Amatuka

After his accident, he never got another chance to play in a real game.
#8151 Author: karekano

There was something (a lot, nothing) to be gained by talking to her.
#8152 Author: karekano

The sale of his car gained him 150.00 yen.
#8153 Author: karekano

One of the best ways to gain (acquire) knowledge is to talk with people of different backgrounds.
#8154 Author: karekano

George won great customer confidence because he was thoroughly honest.
#8155 Author: karekano

He is earning a reputation as a good doctor.
#8156 Author: karekano

cunning man like that getting betray to the company.
#8553 Author: belajar

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