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1 exact word match found in search '茹でる'
Most common form: 湯でる
ichidan verb, transitive verb
1. to boil (something in hot water)  (see also: 煮る)
2. to treat with medicinal steam (a swelling, etc.)  (see also: たでる)
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5 partial word matches found in search '茹でる'
noun, noun (prefix), noun (suffix)
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1. indicates location of action; at; in  (にて is the formal literary form)
2. indicates time of action
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Most common form: 出る
ichidan verb, intransitive verb
1. to leave; to exit; to go out; to come out; to get out  (opposite: 入る)
2. to leave (on a journey); to depart; to start out; to set out
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Most common form: ている
ichidan verb, auxiliary verb
indicates continuing action or state (e.g. to be, to have been  (from ..て or で plus いる; colloquialism)
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Most common form:
noun, noun (suffix)
1. coming out; going out; outflow; efflux; rising (of the sun or moon)
2. attending (work); appearing (on stage); one's turn to go on
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