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Grammar detail: にたえない

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JLPT:
にたえない - can't bear~; can't stand~
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にたえない
means
can't bear~; can't stand~
 
This expression is usually used with verbs such as hear and watch or see and the feeling of unbearableness one experiences if faced with something. It is important to distinguish this from from usage with particular nouns (see 〜にたえない).
この
ばんぐみ
番組
げひん
下品
すぎて
たえない
I can't stand watching this show; it's too vulgar.
あの
ふたり
二人
けんか
喧嘩
ばかりしていて
たえない
Those two are always fighting; I can't bear hearing it.
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See also:
  • 〜にたえない - very; extremely

Kanji used in this grammar

バン    turn   
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ソ   く to join forces, put together   くみ    -ぐみ class(es), set(s)   
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カ   ゲ   した below, under   しも bottom part   もと under (influence)   さげる to lower, to reduce   さがる to be lowered   くだ to descend   くだ to judge   くださる to give   おろす to drop off (passenger)   おりる to get off (train)   
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ヒン    elegance   しな goods   
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ケン   み to see   みえる to be seen; to appear   みせる to show   
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ニ   ふた    ふた two   
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ジン   ニン   ひと man   
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ケン    boisterous, noisy   
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カ    noisy   
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ブン   モン   き to listen, to hear   きこえる to be heard   
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