We found 1 grammar point, 19 words, 1 kanji, and 2 examples matching 'っこ'
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1. doing; in such a state  (see also: 慣れっこ, ぺちゃんこ; abbreviation)
2. doing together; contest; match  (see also: 睨めっこ)
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expression, suffix
no chance of; no way that; certainly not; will never happen  (see also: っこない; after -masu stem of verb)
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1. bloated (esp. stomach); bulging; sticking out  (onomatopoeic or mimetic word)
2. gaping wide; caving in  (see also: ぽっかり; onomatopoeic or mimetic word)
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cat  (CODE net-sl MISSING!)
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super hero play; playacting as action heroes  (see also: ごっこ)
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ジ   ニ    newborn babe   
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キュウ    former, old   
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ニチ   ジツ   sun; day   ひ    -か    
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The building is on your right. You can't miss it.
Studying together also came to an end.
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