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"Beautiful" is surely included in the meaning of 「うららか」, but its more important base meaning is "spring-like" ("printanier" in your language). In the world of haiku, 「うららか」 simply means "spring" itself. A very beautiful day in any other seasons would usually not be described as 「うららか」by native speakers regardless of how beautiful the day is. It just feels ...


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蘇生する can be used both transitively and intransitively. Basically it only means resurrecting dead people/animals. 蘇生 is also a medical term for (cardiopulmonary) resuscitation. 死者が灰から蘇生する (intransitive) 死者を灰から蘇生する (transitive) 死者を灰から蘇生させる (intransitive + causative) 蘇る is always intransitive. It can be used with 記憶, 思い出, etc., too. 死者が灰から蘇る 死者を灰から蘇らせる ...



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