Words — 1 found
1. to take into one's possession; to receive; to accept; to collect; to claim
- こば 。
- I complained, but they refused to take this sweater back.
2. to take into one's care (e.g. person, pet); to take custody of; to adopt
- そだ 。
- He adopted a war orphan and is bringing her up as a foster daughter.
3. to leave; to go away; to withdraw; to get out
引取る 【ひきとる】、引きとる 【ひきとる】
引取る: Irregular okurigana usage.