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revised Verbing to form 五段 verbs: does it only generate ラ行 verbs?
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answered Verbing to form 五段 verbs: does it only generate ラ行 verbs?
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answered does it make sense to talk about サ変名詞{さへんめいし} as 他動詞{たどうし} or 自動詞{じどうし}?
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comment Is this seat being chased, or is the person in it being chased from it?
You didn't ask about it specifically, but I'd say the first sentence translates to "he betrayed the people's trust", which is a little different.
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revised How do you write “share” (as in “tell others”) in Japanese?
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revised How do you write “share” (as in “tell others”) in Japanese?
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answered How do you write “share” (as in “tell others”) in Japanese?
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answered Meaning of ~つもりではいる in that sentence
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revised Meaning of ~つもりではいる in that sentence
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comment Etymology of 宵【よい】
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revised Superdry. 極度乾燥(しなさい)
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comment Which is more colloquial for “I have a headache”?
@Kaji Oh, my mistake. I'll remove the × but I'll still recommend saying する instead. (I think it's at least more common.)
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revised Which is more colloquial for “I have a headache”?
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answered Which is more colloquial for “I have a headache”?
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comment What is でれでれ (spoony)?
By the way, the online OED is free to use this week. You can find a definition for spoony there.
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comment The meaning of 権利を掛ける
Please include details in your question. Most of all, you should include the context you found this phrase in. Also, is it possible it said 権利を受ける?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Need to decrypt kanji (image inside)