Words — 259 found
1. to take; to pick up; to harvest; to earn; to win; to choose
- You'd better eat everything that's on your plate.
2. to stealSee also 盗る
3. to eat; to have (a meal)See also 摂る
- You should drink a lot of liquid.
4. to remove (one's glasses, etc.)also written as 脱る
5. to compete (in sumo, cards, etc.); to play
1. to take (a photo)esp. 撮る
2. to record (video, audio, etc.); to make (a film)esp. 録る
1. to adopt (method, proposal, etc.); to take (measure, course of action, etc.); to decide on
- In the midst of the dollar falling hard against the Yen and other major Eastern currencies the Chinese Yuan, with China effectively taking a 'dollar peg' policy, has become cheap.
2. to pick (e.g. flowers); to gather (e.g. mushrooms); to catch (e.g. insects)
3. to extract (e.g. juice); to take (e.g. a sample)
- Please leave a urine sample in this cup.
4. to assume (an attitude)
5. to take on (workers, students); to employ; to hire
6. to draw in (e.g. water); to let in (e.g. light from a window)
1. to take (trouble); to attend (to business); to command (army)
1. to be ...-ingequiv. of -ている indicating continuing action as a verb ending
1. of little importance; trivial; worthless; valueless
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1. torquePhysics terminology
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1. without a moment's delay; leaving everything else unattended toUsually written using kana alone
取る物も取り敢えず 【とるものもとりあえず】、取るものも取りあえず 【とるものもとりあえず】