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Oct
8
awarded  Commentator
Oct
8
comment 'Hearty' in Japanese
@TsuyoshiIto: The word hearty has a very nuanced meaning, almost bordering on an idiomatic expression. A dictionary is no help here... (and I've looked it up in several dictionaries before asking the question). I think that the simple fact that there has been no acceptable answer so far confirms that this is not something one could simply look up in any other dictionary.
Oct
8
revised Function of the first の in とかの他の
added 15 characters in body
Oct
7
asked Function of the first の in とかの他の
Oct
7
comment 'Hearty' in Japanese
Another dictionary gives me たっぷり.
Oct
6
asked 'Hearty' in Japanese
Oct
4
accepted Difference between ながら, がてら and つつ
Jul
8
accepted なり as an archaic 'to be'?
Jul
7
revised なり as an archaic 'to be'?
edited body
Jul
7
accepted Difference between 気をつけて, お大事に and お元気で
Jul
7
asked なり as an archaic 'to be'?
Jul
3
asked Difference between 気をつけて, お大事に and お元気で
Jun
20
comment Difference between ながら, がてら and つつ
Yep, same here, I don't quite get your explanation of がてら. Could you please add a few more examples of it in use?
Jun
20
asked Difference between ながら, がてら and つつ
Jun
7
awarded  Yearling
May
2
awarded  Critic
Apr
12
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
11
accepted How does one write P.S. (post scriptum) in Japanese?
Apr
11
comment How does one write P.S. (post scriptum) in Japanese?
So how exactly would it be used? Would one end the letter, then do 追伸:〇 or 追伸、〇 or something else entirely?
Apr
11
asked How does one write P.S. (post scriptum) in Japanese?