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類義語・同義語. Words which share a meaning in at least one of the senses of each.

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Is 「謙譲 」really used as a standalone word different than 「謙譲語」?

When I started studying Japanese, I learnt the word 謙譲語 which means "humble language" (one type of 敬語). At that point, I looked up the word 謙譲 at the dictionary jisho.org and found out that ...
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Synonym for「として」

I remember using a word that means "as (a role/identity)", roughly synonymous with 「として」. It was a word/phrase that I learned from writings that I had seen occasionally and adopted in my own ...
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Differences between words meaning “everybody” (誰も 全員 各位 各自 万人 人々 面々 皆 )

While learning new vocabulary, I began to notice that there are many vocabulary that more or less all mean "everybody/everyone". Here is the list: 誰も 全員 各位 各自 万人 人々 面々 皆 I'm pretty sure ...