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Jun
30
accepted What is the meaning and usage of ネタ?
Jun
30
comment What is the meaning and usage of ネタ?
Thanks for the elaborate list of explanations. I found that Wikipedia has good explanations supporting your answer: ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E3%83%8D%E3%82%BF Furthermore, it seems that ネタバレ can be translated as spoiler, literally "revealing the core subject": ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E3%83%8D%E3%82%BF%E3%83%90%E3%83%AC
Jun
29
comment What is the meaning and usage of ネタ?
I understand that the contents of the question seems a bit basic, but I was expecting a bit more discussion regarding this word. There are a couple of good answers already pretty much what I was hoping for.
Jun
29
asked What is the meaning and usage of ネタ?
Jun
29
asked What is the usage of 先 vs. 元?
Jun
16
asked Shouldn't 確認する always be translated into “check”?
Jun
16
accepted “感動した!(like ex-primeminister Koizumi)” Where does this reference come from?
Jun
15
comment How indistinguishable is blue from green really?
+1 for stressing the importance of sources. I very much agree with Dave in this. Personally, I call it the "Cultural Blackhole argument".
Jun
14
asked “感動した!(like ex-primeminister Koizumi)” Where does this reference come from?
Jun
8
answered IT system renewal: Can I say 更新 for “renewal”?
Jun
8
accepted Concretely, on what scenarios should I say either お世話になっています or いつもお世話になっております?
Jun
7
awarded  Beta
Jun
7
awarded  Commentator
Jun
7
comment Japanese dictionary for mathematics/computer science jargon
@YOU Yes, this service is very popular among the Japanese. Combined with a plugin like rikaikun or rikaichan it is an essential everyday tool for my work.
Jun
7
accepted Why does “to tweet” something on Twitter becomes つぶやく?
Jun
7
answered Japanese dictionary for mathematics/computer science jargon
Jun
7
asked Why does “to tweet” something on Twitter becomes つぶやく?
Jun
7
answered The use of -さん when answering about oneself
Jun
5
revised Meaning of 〜あれだ
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Jun
5
answered When to use 「とにかく」 and when to use 「とりあえず」?