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noun
1. foot  (esp. 足)
2. leg  (esp. 脚,肢)
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insufficiency; shortage; deficiency; lack; dearth  (opposite: 満足)
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ichidan verb, intransitive verb
1. to be sufficient; to be enough  (see also: 取るに足りない; in the form verb に足りる)
2. to be worth doing; to be worthy
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1. satisfaction; contentment; complacency  (see also: 不満, 不満足)
2. sufficient; enough; adequate; proper  (opposite: 不足)
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'su' godan verb, transitive verb
1. to add (numbers)
2. to add (something); to top up (with something)
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ソク   あし foot; leg   た to add   た    たりる to be sufficient   
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みぎ
あし
いた
です
My right leg hurts.
あし
ない

I can't get anywhere with it.
いもうと
あし
なが

My sister has long legs.
あし
ゆび
かんかく
感覚
まった
ない
There is no feeling in my toes at all.
かのじょ
彼女
あし
なが

She has long arms and legs.
 
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