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accepted What would be the best way to express the term 'master', as in a master of some sport?
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comment What would be the best way to express the term 'master', as in a master of some sport?
Yes, 選手is not what I'm looking for. I'm looking for an outstanding player. These are good suggestions - I like 天才. I think that fits well.
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comment What would be the best way to express the term 'master', as in a master of some sport?
+1 Oh, of course! I should have thought of that. I use プロ myself all the time in english and Japanese. Good one.
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answered Is it true that the べつに when used to mean “nothing particularly” is pronounced differently from when it is used to mean “separately / apart”?
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accepted I've seen 達人and 名人used to indicate master or expert. What's the difference?
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asked What would be the best way to express the term 'master', as in a master of some sport?
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asked I've seen 達人and 名人used to indicate master or expert. What's the difference?
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answered Does the Japanese language only have negative terms for flirting?
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