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Here comes a copper!
Conjugations and inflections
Most common form: おまわり
1. policeman; cop  (see also: お巡りさん; esp. お巡り; often written with kana only)
2. walking in a circle (dog trick)  (esp. お回り)
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1. to come along; to come around; to turn up  (often written with kana only)
2. to arrive at the present; to get where one is; to have been doing something (for a period of time)  (often written with kana only)
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(sentence end) adds force; indicates command  (male term or language)
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ジュン   めぐ to patrol   
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wavy river   
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