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Ichidan verb (kureru special class), Transitive verb
1. to give; to let (one) haveUsually written using kana alone, See also あげる, the receiver is the speaker or someone close to the speaker
  • この
  • うでどけい腕時計
  • そふ祖父
  • わたし
  • のこ残して
  • くれた
  • もの
  • This watch was handed down to me by my grandfather.
2. to giveUsually written using kana alone, See also くれてやる, often as くれてやる; shows mild disdain for the receiver
  • たす助け
  • ひつよう必要
  • だったら
  • 呼んで
  • くれ
  • Call on me if you need my assistance.
Auxiliary verb, Ichidan verb (kureru special class)
3. to do for one; to take the trouble to doUsually written using kana alone, after the -te form of a verb
  • じかんどお時間通りに
  • 行か
  • なければならない
  • から
  • あした明日
  • 待たさないで
  • くれ
  • We have to be there on time, so don't stand me up tomorrow!
4. to do to someone's disadvantageUsually written using kana alone, after the -te form of a verb
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Expression, Ichidan verb (kureru special class)
1. to take out (e.g. garbage); to put out (e.g. dishes on table); to serve (e.g. meal); to get out (e.g. food from cupboard); to submit (e.g. ideas, opinions); to provide for; to pay for; to foot the bill
Other forms
出して呉れる 【だしてくれる】
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