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50 Japanese Verbs in English

Translate these English verbs into their Japanese counterparts. Great tool for anyone studying Japanese!
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Last updatedMarch 25, 2014
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Hint
 
 
 
Answer
to go
 
 
 
iku
to eat
 
 
 
taberu
to walk
 
 
 
aruku
to see
 
 
 
miru
to study
 
 
 
benkyou suru
to run
 
 
 
hashiru
to drive
 
 
 
unten suru
to love
 
 
 
ai suru
to come
 
 
 
kuru
to sit
 
 
 
suwaru
to speak
 
 
 
hanasu
to sleep
 
 
 
neru
to cry
 
 
 
naku
to organize
 
 
 
katazukeru
to fly
 
 
 
tobu
to wash
 
 
 
arau
to do the laundry
 
 
 
sentaku suru
to pour
 
 
 
sosogu
to go through; to pass
 
 
 
tooru
to cool; to chill
 
 
 
hiyasu
to be vacant
 
 
 
aku
to close
 
 
 
shimeru
to begin
 
 
 
hajimeru
to polish; to brush (teeth)
 
 
 
migaku
to travel
 
 
 
ryokou suru
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to buy
 
 
 
kau
to pay
 
 
 
harau
to lend
 
 
 
kasu
to erase; to delete
 
 
 
kesu
to enter
 
 
 
hairu
to chew
 
 
 
kamu
to knit
 
 
 
amu
to listen
 
 
 
kiku
to read
 
 
 
yomu
to drink
 
 
 
nomu
to touch
 
 
 
sawaru
to feel touched (emotion)
 
 
 
kandou suru
to translate
 
 
 
yakusu
to take (a picture)
 
 
 
toru
to clean
 
 
 
souji suru
to search; to look for
 
 
 
sagasu
to find
 
 
 
mitsukeru
to throw away
 
 
 
suteru
to put on (a hat)
 
 
 
kaburu
to catch a cold
 
 
 
kaze wo hiku
to exercise
 
 
 
undou suru
to live; to be alive
 
 
 
ikiru
to wait
 
 
 
matsu
to dilute with water
 
 
 
mizu de waru
to work
 
 
 
hataraku
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level 73
Feb 7, 2015
Not bad, but 片づける also means to tidy up, perhaps add that as a clue.
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level 41
Jan 17, 2018
agree