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Nov
24
asked Why does いまいち have the meaning of “not good”?
Nov
23
comment what's included in 迷信?
thanks for the big list link, looks cool.
Nov
15
comment Meaning of last “te” of saki ni itte te (先に行ってて)
@Tokyo Nagoya, would you be kind enough to explain the grammatical principles behind this construction in more depth, please?
Nov
11
accepted Questions on the phrase 調子に乗る
Nov
8
accepted Figurative use of 空ける?
Nov
8
revised Questions on the phrase 調子に乗る
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Nov
8
comment Questions on the phrase 調子に乗る
vaguely related: http://japanese.stackexchange.com/questions/6587/where-does-the-phrase-「ノリが悪い」-‌​come-from-and-what-is-the-meaning/6589#6589
Nov
8
asked Questions on the phrase 調子に乗る
Oct
30
comment Figurative use of 空ける?
OK thanks. So I guess I can think of it as "I emptied the place of myself for....so and so time"? or "I cleared the place of myself for....so and so time"? Maybe either one works in a figurative sense.
Oct
30
accepted Question on the idiom 頭が回転しない
Oct
30
accepted What is the literal meaning of どういたしまして?
Oct
30
revised Figurative use of 空ける?
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Oct
30
asked Figurative use of 空ける?
Oct
18
comment What is the etymology of お陰で/おかげで and how does the expression relate to the kanji?
@PhoenixFox, thanks I ascertained as much as well but thanks for your input you are indefatigable and a credit to the translation community on a whole. <3 no thanks rlly
Oct
8
comment What is the literal meaning of どういたしまして?
Sorry all, I can't remember the site that is great for etymology. Also, would there be a better english word to use than "literal" here?
Oct
8
asked What is the literal meaning of どういたしまして?
Oct
6
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
1
accepted What is the meaning of さん in ごくろうさん?
Sep
30
comment What is the meaning of さん in ごくろうさん?
Ok, I understand what you mean. However, to a native speaker, the sense of borderline infantilization that I mistakenly drew from these expressions would probably be considered incorrect (as I suppose), so I am happy to learn the exact nuance. Thanks again.
Sep
30
comment What is the meaning of さん in ごくろうさん?
thank you very much. I think this point is important, however, because as I started to learn Japanese, I always had the feeling of these kind of usages of san or sama being kind of childish (as in, "Thanks mr. hard work!) so it is nice to learn the true meaning (I hope).