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Conjugations for 荒らす

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arasu
godan verb, transitive verb

Alternate Written Forms:

[あら()·]
arasu

English Meaning(s) for 荒らす

godan verb, transitive verb
  1. to lay waste; to devastate; to damage
  2. to invade; to break into
  3. to troll (e.g. web forums); to spam

Definition and Synonyms for 荒らす

Roughness harsh or severe speech or behavior
Synonyms: 荒い, 荒らす
Rifle steal goods
Synonyms: かすめる, 分捕る, 剥ぐ, 劫掠, 収奪, 奪う, 奪い取る, 奪掠, 強奪, 掠め奪う, 略す, 略する, 略取, 略奪, 荒らす
Crudeness an unpolished unrefined quality
Synonyms: 無骨, 粗い, 粗野, 荒い, 荒くれ, 荒らす, 荒々しい, 荒々しさ, 荒っぽい, 蛮骨
Desolate cause extensive destruction or ruin utterly
Synonyms: 吹き荒れる, 荒らす
Primitiveness a wild or unrefined state
Synonyms: あら, ほぼ, がらっぱち, 乱暴, 伝法, , , 粗い, 粗笨, 粗野, 荒い, 荒れ, 荒くれ, 荒らす, 荒れる, 荒々しい, 荒々しさ, 荒っぽい, 蛮骨
Harshness the quality of being unpleasant (harsh or rough or grating) to the senses
Synonyms: がさがさ, 刺々しい, 嵯峨, 耳障り, 苛烈, 荒い, 荒らす, 荒々しい, 荒々しさ, 荒っぽい,
Rifle take as spoils
Synonyms: かすめる, 分捕る, 剥ぐ, 劫掠, 収奪, 奪う, 奪い取る, 奪掠, 強奪, 掠め奪う, 略す, 略する, 略取, 略奪, 荒らす

Meanings for each kanji in 荒らす

laid waste; rough; rude; wild Kanji Details »

Categories 荒らす is a member of

Ruin destroy completely
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Take take by force
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Natural State a wild primitive state untouched by civilization
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Intensification action that makes something stronger or more extreme
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Unpleasantness the quality of giving displeasure
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Inelegance the quality of lacking refinement and good taste
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 荒らす

Conjugations for 荒らす

masu stem
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arashi
Negative stem
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arasa
te-form
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arashite
Negative te-form
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arasanakute
Adverbial Negative Form
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arasanaku
Plain Form
Present Indicative Form
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arasu
Present Indicative Negative Form
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arasanai
Past Indicative Form
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arashita
Past Indicative Negative Form
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arasanakatta
Presumptive Form
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arasou
Polite Form
Present Indicative Form
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arashimasu
Present Indicative Negative Form
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arashimasen
Past Indicative Form
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arashimashita
Past Indicative Negative Form
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arashimasendeshita
Presumptive Form
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arashimashou
Tai Form
Present Indicative Form
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arashitai
Present Indicative Negative Form
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arashitakunai
Past Indicative Form
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arashitakatta
Past Indicative Negative Form
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arashitakunakatta
te-form
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arashitakute
Negative te-form
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arashitakunakute
Adverbial Form
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arashitaku
Imperative Plain Form
Present Indicative Form
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arase
Imperative Polite Form
Present Indicative Form
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arashinasai
Provisional Form
Present Indicative Form
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araseba
Present Indicative Negative Form
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arasanakereba
Present Indicative Negative Colloquial Form
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arasanakya
Conditional Form
Present Indicative Form
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arashitara
Present Indicative Negative Form
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arasanakattara
Alternative Form
Present Indicative Form
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arashitari
Potential Plain Form
Present Indicative Form
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araseru
Present Indicative Negative Form
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arasenai
Past Indicative Form
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araseta
Past Indicative Negative Form
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arasenakatta
te-form
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arasete
Negative te-form
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arasenakute
Potential Polite Form
Present Indicative Form
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arasemasu
Present Indicative Negative Form
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arasemasen
Past Indicative Form
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arasemashita
Past Indicative Negative Form
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arasemasendeshita
Passive Plain Form
Present Indicative Form
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arasareru
Present Indicative Negative Form
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arasarenai
Past Indicative Form
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arasareta
Past Indicative Negative Form
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arasarenakatta
te-form
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arasarete
Negative te-form
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arasarenakute
Passive Polite Form
Present Indicative Form
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arasaremasu
Present Indicative Negative Form
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arasaremasen
Past Indicative Form
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arasaremashita
Past Indicative Negative Form
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arasaremasendeshita
Causative Plain Form
Present Indicative Form
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arasaseru
Present Indicative Negative Form
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arasasenai
Past Indicative Form
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arasaseta
Past Indicative Negative Form
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arasasenakatta
te-form
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arasasete
Negative te-form
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arasasenakute
Causative Polite Form
Present Indicative Form
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arasasemasu
Present Indicative Negative Form
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arasasemasen
Past Indicative Form
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arasasemashita
Past Indicative Negative Form
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arasasemasendeshita
Causative Passive Plain Form
Present Indicative Form
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arasaserareru
Present Indicative Negative Form
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arasaserarenai
Past Indicative Form
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arasaserareta
Past Indicative Negative Form
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arasaserarenakatta
te-form
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arasaserarete
Negative te-form
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arasaserarenakute
Causative Passive Polite Form
Present Indicative Form
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arasaseraremasu
Present Indicative Negative Form
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arasaseraremasen
Past Indicative Form
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arasaseraremashita
Past Indicative Negative Form
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arasaseraremasendeshita
Colloquial Form
Present Indicative Negative Masculine Form
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arasan
Formal Form
Present Indicative Negative Form
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arasazu
Classical Form (nu)
Present Indicative Negative Form
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arasanu
Classical Form (zaru)
Present Indicative Negative Form
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arasazaru

Sample Sentences for 荒らす

My flower garden was trampled by urchins.
They robbed my orchard.
The following is thought to be one of the reasons stress damages the stomach's mucous membrane.
The country had been devastated by long war.
I just don't understand what goes through the minds of people who troll forums.

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