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comment What kind of Japanese is this?
Thanks for pointing out my error. 圖 makes much more sense here (I edited my answer accordingly).
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revised What kind of Japanese is this?
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answered What kind of Japanese is this?
Apr
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answered Is this seat being chased, or is the person in it being chased from it?
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comment Why 罪人=犯罪者のこと、not just 犯罪者?
I see. Now I understand your question. This can make a research topic. My native speaking gut says: when a dictionary says「犯罪者**のこと**」, the 'koto' here indicates a noun phrase to be an explainer, against being the defined word.
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revised How to thank somebody for their hospitality?
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comment How to thank somebody for their hospitality?
I see, then, 「お世話{せわ}になりました」 is the most appropriate.
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answered Why 罪人=犯罪者のこと、not just 犯罪者?
Apr
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answered Is answering with simple ない grammatically correct, when saying I physically don't possess some object
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answered How to thank somebody for their hospitality?
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comment The many ways to write {かっこいい}
格好良い is also neutral but much more formal. I guess 格好好い is grammatically correct, but it is so rare that I suspect the writer is trying to be fancy when I see it.
Jun
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comment What is the difference between 交ざる / 混ざる {まざる} and 交じる / 混じる {まじる}?
Water and oil, 水と油, are typical example of things that do not mix 混ざらない。Even if you can mix them, 交 is never used.
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answered What to say after someone sneezes