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We found 177 words, 1 kanji, and 253 examples matching '服'
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2
noun, noun (suffix)
1. clothes (esp. Western clothes)
suffix, counter
2. counter for doses of medicine, gulps of tea, drags of a cigarette, etc.  (see also: 一服)
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0
noun
Western-style clothes (cf traditional Japanese clothes)
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0
noun
garments; attire
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0
noun
uniform
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1
Most common form: 飲む
'mu' godan verb, transitive verb
1. to drink; to gulp; to swallow; to take (medicine)  (呑む is often used metaphorically, 服む is often used for medicine)
2. to smoke (tobacco)  (see also: 喫む; also written 喫む)
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Kanji search: 1 match
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フク    clothes   
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ニク body part   
sealed up again
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seal
また again   
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いい
ふく

Get yourself a decent suit.
わたし
はは
しろ
ふく
つくってもらった
I had a white dress made by my mother.
わたし
あたら
しい
ふく
つく
らせた

I had a new suit made.
はは
わたし
あたら
しい
ふく
つく
ってくれました

Mother made me a new suit.
はは
わたし
しろ
ふく
つく
ってくれた

My mother made me a white dress.
 
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