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やくyakuoldold Inflection

godan ~く verb / transitive:

  • to burn
  • to roast; to broil; to grill; to bake; to toast; to barbecue
  • to heat; to heat up
  • to make (charcoal, pottery, bricks, etc.); to bake; to fire; to burn
  • to tan (i.e. suntan); to burn 灼く【やく】
  • to print (a photo); to burn (an optical disc)
  • to be jealous of; to be envious of; to envy 妬く【やく】

hahaha日曜日nichiyoubiにはnihaクッキーKUKKIIwo焼くyaku Mother bakes cookies on Sundays.

windowXPにはnihaCDCDwo焼くyaku機能kinougaあるaruそうsouですdesugaそのsono手順tejunwo解説kaisetsuしているshiteiruページPEEJIwo教えてoshieteくださいkudasai I hear that you can burn CDs with Windows XP; could you tell me a website that explains the procedures involved?

多くookunohitogaスポンジSUPONJIケーキKEEKIwo焼くyakunoha難しいmuzukashiito考えkangaeteいるiruしかしながらshikashinagara十分juubunnaryounotamagowo使用shiyouすれsureba実際jissainanimo失敗shippaiするsuruようyounaことkotohaないnai Many people think that sponge cake is difficult to bake, but if you use enough eggs, nothing can really go wrong.

たくtaku Inflection

godan ~く verb / transitive:

  • to burn; to kindle; to light (a fire); to make (a fire) 薫く【たく】
  • to heat (a bath); to light (a stove); to stoke (a boiler)
  • to use (a camera flash)

ハワイHAWAIってttesa暖炉danroつきtsukinoiega多いooiじゃないjanaiあっちatchimo朝夕asayuuha冷えるhieruからkara寒がりのkangarinohitoha暖炉danrowo焚くtakuんだnda Hawai, y'know, has a lot of houses with fireplaces doesn't it? The mornings and evenings over there get cold as well so people who feel the cold light fires.

たきびtakibi Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • open-air fire (e.g. for garden refuse); bonfire
  • open fire (e.g. in a kitchen)

僕たちbokutachihaたき火takibino周りmawariwo踊ってodotte回ったmawatta We danced about the fire.

たきだしtakidashi

noun:

  • emergency rice feeding; distribution of rice after an emergency
まきmakiたきぎtakigiたきぎtakigi

noun:

  • firewood; kindling; fuel
  • piece(s) of firewood - usu. まき

もう少しmousukoshiまきmakiwohiniくべkubeなさいnasai Put some more wood on the fire.

たきあげtakiage

noun:

  • bonfire often in temple grounds, usu. of charms, talismans, New Year decorations, etc. - Shintō term
  • ritual burning of money, cedar sticks, or other objects as an offering 護摩【ごま】
ふんしょfunsho

noun:

  • book burning

焚書funshoga行なわokonawaれるreruところtokoroにおいてnioitehaいずれizure人間ningenmoまたmata燃やさmoyasaれるrerudeあろarou Where they burn books, they will in the end also burn people.

たきびのまtakibinoma

noun:

  • room with a sunken hearth
ふんしょこうじゅfunshokouju

noun:

  • burning books on the Chinese classics and burying Confucian scholars alive - four character idiom
たきつけるtakitsukeru Inflection

ichidan verb / transitive:

  • to kindle; to build a fire
  • to instigate; to stir up; to incite
ふんりゃくfunryaku Inflection

noun / ~する noun:

  • pillaging and setting fire to - archaism
たきぐちtakiguchiirr.

noun:

  • furnace opening
ふんけいfunkei

noun:

  • burning at the stake
たきものtakimonoirr.

noun:

  • firewood
たきしめるtakishimeru Inflection

ichidan verb / transitive:

  • to perfume clothes by burning incense
たきつけtakitsuke

noun:

  • kindling; firelighter

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