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We found 24 words, 1 kanji, and 23 examples matching '取っ'
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prefix
emphatic prefix  (see also: 取り; before a verb)
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0
noun
handle; grip; knob
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1. reserve; spare  (often written with kana only)
2. treasured; valued  (often written with kana only)
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4
to fetch; to go and get
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noun
beginning; clue; starting point  (often written with kana only)
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シュ   と to take   
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ジ   みみ ear   
また again   
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あれ
とし

He is getting old.
けん
ぼく
すうがく
数学
しけん
試験
95
てん
たって
っていた
まった
でたらめだった
Ken told me he got 95 on the math exam, but that's a bunch of baloney.
せんしゅ
選手
たち
ボール
たり
っておく
ためにしてよいことしてはならないこと
せいげん
制限
された
です
Players were limited in what they could and could not do to get and keep the ball.
じっさい
実際
ボール
たり
っておく
ためにやりたいこと
なん
でも
してよかったです
In fact, you could do anything you wanted in order to get or keep the ball.
かのじょ
彼女
ゆっくりドア
まわしました
She turned the doorknob slowly.
 
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