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We found 240 words, 1 kanji, and 453 examples matching '突'
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Most common form: 取っ
prefix
emphatic prefix  (see also: 取り; before a verb)
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0
abrupt; sudden; unexpected; all at once
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0
1. collision; crash; running into
2. conflict; quarrel; clashing
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breaking through; breakthrough; penetration
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3
Most common form: 突っこむ
1. to thrust (something) into (something); to cram
2. to plunge into; to go into deeply
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トツ   つ to poke   
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ケツ   あな hole   
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katakana 'ha'; eight
roof   
ダイ   タイ   おおきい big   おおいに very much   おお-    
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イチ   イツ   ひと    ひと- one   
ジン   ニン   ひと person   
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かれ
かしん
下唇
して
ふしょうぶしょう
不承不承
わかったいった
Sticking out his lower lip, he grudgingly said 'Got it.'
この
しゅうまつ
週末
ふた
さいきょう
最強
チーム
げきとつ
激突
する

The two best teams will clash with each other this weekend.
ドア
とつぜん
突然
マイクによってあけられました
The door was suddenly opened by Mike.
かれ
とつぜん
突然
へや
部屋
はい
ってきた

He burst into the room.
かれ
とつぜん
突然
わたし
たち
かいわ
会話
んできた

He suddenly cut into our conversation.
 
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