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We found 18 words, 1 kanji, and 45 examples matching '溺'
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ichidan verb, intransitive verb
1. to drown; to nearly drown; to sink below the surface (of water)  (often written with kana only)
2. to indulge in; to lose one's head over something; to wallow in
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doting
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noun
drowning
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death by drowning
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expression
A drowning man will catch at a straw  (proverb)
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デキ   おぼれる to drown; to indulge   
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ジャク   よわ weak   よわ to weaken, to be troubled   よわまる to weaken, to abate   よわめる to weaken, to break the force of   
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double bow; strong   
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キュウ   ゆみ a bow   
ウ   はね feather   わ counter for birds   
スイ   みず water   
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その
しょうねん
少年
ちち
かれ
たす
とき
まさに
おぼ
れる
ところでした
The boy was on the point of drowning when his father came to his rescue.
その
おぼ
れていた
ひと
ロープつかんだ
The drowning man grasped at the rope.
かれ
まるで
できし
溺死
する
ために
うみべ
海辺
った
ようなものだった
He went to the seaside only to be drowned.
かのじょ
彼女
あや
うく
おぼ
れる
ところだった
She came near to drowning.
チャルズ
わか
とき
ほうとう
放蕩
せいかつ
生活
たんでき
耽溺
していました

Charles lived a life of debauchery when he was young.
 
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