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Words — 17 found

Godan verb with 'ku' ending, Transitive verb
1. to burn
  • この
  • にく
  • もうすこし
  • 焼いて
  • くださいません
  • Could you cook this meat a little more?
Godan verb with 'ku' ending, Transitive verb
2. to roast; to broil; to grill; to bake; to toast; to barbecue
  • まい
  • ずつ
  • やいて
  • ください
  • I'd like two prints of each.
Godan verb with 'ku' ending, Transitive verb
3. to heat; to heat up
  • この
  • なつ
  • こんがり
  • 焼こう
  • おも思います
  • I am going to try to get a good tan.
Godan verb with 'ku' ending, Transitive verb
4. to make (charcoal, pottery, bricks, etc.); to bake; to fire; to burn
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  • には
  • シーディーCD
  • 焼く
  • きのう機能
  • ある
  • そう
  • です
  • その
  • てじゅん手順
  • かいせつ解説
  • している
  • ページ
  • おし教えて
  • ください
  • I hear that you can burn CDs with Windows XP; could you tell me a website that explains the procedures involved?
Godan verb with 'ku' ending, Transitive verb
5. to tan (i.e. suntan); to burnSee also 灼く やく
Godan verb with 'ku' ending, Transitive verb
6. to print (a photo); to burn (an optical disc)
Godan verb with 'ku' ending, Transitive verb
7. to be jealous of; to be envious of; to envySee also 妬く やく
Other forms
燬く 【やく】焚く 【やく】
Notes
燬く: Out-dated kanji or kanji usage. 焚く: Out-dated kanji or kanji usage.
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Godan verb with ku ending, Transitive verb
1. to burn; to kindle; to light (a fire); to make (a fire)See also 薫く たく
Godan verb with ku ending, Transitive verb
2. to heat (a bath); to light (a stove); to stoke (a boiler)
Godan verb with ku ending, Transitive verb
3. to use (a camera flash)
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Noun, Suru verb
1. open-air fire (e.g. for garden refuse); bonfire
  • ぼく僕たち
  • たきびたき火
  • まわ周り
  • おど踊って
  • まわ回った
  • We danced about the fire.
Noun, Suru verb
2. open fire (e.g. in a kitchen)
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3. BonfireA bonfire is a controlled outdoor fire used for informal ... Read more
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たき火 【たきび】焚火 【たきび】
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Noun
1. piece(s) of firewood (esp. chopped or split from logs)usu. まき
Noun
2. kindling (twigs, branches, etc.); firewoodOnly applies to たきぎ
  • もうすこもう少し
  • まき
  • くべ
  • なさい
  • Put some more wood on the fire.
Place
3. Takigi
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4. FirewoodFirewood is any wooden material that is gathered and used... Read more
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薪 【たきぎ】焚き木 【たきぎ】たき木 【たきぎ】
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Noun
1. emergency food distribution (esp. cooked rice)
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炊出し 【たきだし】焚き出し 【たきだし】焚出し 【たきだし】
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Noun
1. burning books on the Chinese classics and burying Confucian scholars aliveYojijukugo (four character compound)
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2. Burning of books and burying of scholarsBurning of the books and burying of the scholars is a phr... Read more
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Noun
1. book burning
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2. Book burningBook burning (also biblioclasm or libricide) is the pract... Read more
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Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
1. to perfume clothes by burning incense
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Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
1. to kindle; to build a fire
Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
2. to instigate; to stir up; to incite
Other forms
焚きつける 【たきつける】
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Noun
1. firewood
Other forms
焚物 【たきもの】
Notes
焚物: Irregular okurigana usage.
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Noun
1. furnace opening
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焚口 【たきぐち】
Notes
焚口: Irregular okurigana usage.
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Noun
1. bonfire often in temple grounds, usu. of charms, talismans, New Year decorations, etc.Shinto
Noun
2. ritual burning of money, cedar sticks, or other objects as an offeringSee also 護摩 ごま
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焚上げ 【たきあげ】たき上げ 【たきあげ】
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Noun, Suru verb
1. pillaging and setting fire toArchaism
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Godan verb with su ending, Transitive verb
1. to distribute emergency riceSee also 炊き出し たきだし
Other forms
焚き出す 【たきだす】
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Kanji — 1 found

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12 strokes. Jinmeiyō kanji.
burn, kindle, build a fire, boil, cook
On: フン ホン ハン
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Sentences — 1 found

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    • ハワイ
    • って
    • だんろ暖炉
    • つき
    • いえ
    • おお多い
    • じゃない
    • あっち
    • あさゆう朝夕
    • 冷える
    • から
    • さむ寒がりの
    • ひと
    • だんろ暖炉
    • 焚く
    • んだ
    Hawai, y'know, has a lot of houses with fireplaces doesn't it? The mornings and evenings over there get cold as well so people who feel the cold light fires. Tatoeba
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