We found 6 words, 1 kanji, and 640 examples matching '飲む'
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'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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expression, 'mu' godan verb
to write the kanji for "person" on one's hand three times and mimic swallowing them (as a technique for calming one's nerves)
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expression, 'mu' godan verb
to be breastfed
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Most common form: 言葉をのむ
expression, 'mu' godan verb
1. to choke up; to be speechless  (idiomatic expression)
2. to hold one's tongue  (idiomatic expression)
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person who likes to drink  (often written with kana only)
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Kanji search: 1 match
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イン   の to drink   
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ケツ   か to lack   かける to be lacking   
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ジン   ニン   ひと person   
eat; food
Example search: 640 matches
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Results include examples of words that could be read in the same way as 飲む.

You're not allowed to drink during the morning.

Would you like some tea?

Would you like to drink anything?

I want to drink some water.
Have a cup of tea, and refresh yourself!
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