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828 examples found containing '気'

する
Never mind!
のらない
I'm not in the mood.
わたし
うた
いたい
する
I feel like singing.
いま
べる
しない
I don't feel like eating now.
わたし
その
ある
I'm game for it.
ぜんぜん
しない
I don't care a bean.
きょう
今日
なに
べる
しない
I don't feel like eating anything today.
ジョン
いい
John is easy to please.
みんな
っている

They are all irritable.
しないで
Forget it.
しなくていいです
It's all right.
つけて
くるま
から
Beware! There's a car coming!
がいしゅつ
外出
する
しない
I don't feel like going out.
すんなって
Don't worry about it!
すること
きている
ことです
Caring means being alive.
いま
なに
べたい
しない
I don't feel like eating anything now.
いま
あまり
はな
したい
しない
I don't feel much like talking right now.
なに
する
なれない
I don't feel like anything.
しないでいい
Don't worry about it.
いい
しなくて
Don't worry about it.
ほんとう
本当
すすまない
The thing is, I don't really want to.
なぜ
いそ
こらない
じかん
時間
じゅうぶん
十分
ある
Somehow I just don't feel like hurrying. I have enough time.
こんや
今夜
まったく
べんきょう
勉強
する
なれない
I don't feel like studying at all tonight.
わたし
いま
べる
しない
I don't feel like eating now.
うんてんしゅ
運転手
やす
みたい
した
The driver felt like taking a rest.
ああ
する
Oh, don't worry about it.
ことば
言葉
つけろ
Watch your mouth!
Search results include information from a variety of sources, including Kanshudo (kanji mnemonics, kanji readings, kanji components, vocab and name frequency data, grammar points), JMdict (vocabulary), Tatoeba (examples), Enamdict (names), KanjiVG (kanji animations and stroke order), and Joy o' Kanji (kanji and radical synopses). Translations provided by Google's Neural Machine Translation engine. For more information see credits.
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