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Run [駈ける]

Run
move fast by using one's feet, with one foot off the ground at any given time
jogingu
noun

Alternate Written Forms:

joggingu

English Meanings:

noun
  1. jogging
[はし()··()·]
hashirinuku
godan verb

English Meanings:

godan verb
  1. to outrun; to run through to the end
[はし()·]
hashiru
godan verb, intransitive verb

Alternate Written Forms:

[はし()·]
hashiru
[はし()·]
hashiru

English Meanings:

godan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to run
  2. to run (of a vehicle); to drive; to travel; to move; to sail
  3. to rush (to); to dash; to race
  4. to retreat; to flee; to defect (to)
  5. to run away; to abscond; to elope (occ. 奔る)
  6. to flash (of lightning); to streak; to shoot (through; e.g. of pain); to run (through); to flare; to flit (e.g. across one's face); to spread quickly (of news, shock, etc.)
  7. to go (e.g. bad, to extremes); to become; to turn; to take to (e.g. crime); to get carried away by (e.g. one's emotions); to get involved in; to get wrapped up in (as 〜に走る; occ. 趨る)
  8. to run (through; of a road, street, etc.); to extend (e.g. of a mountain range); to stretch; to lie
[()··]
haneru
ichidan verb, intransitive verb

English Meanings:

ichidan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to jump; to leap; to prance; to spring up; to bound; to hop
  2. to break up; to close; to come to an end
  3. to hit (e.g. to have a car hit something or someone) (instead of 撥ねる)
[()··()·]
oinuku
godan verb, transitive verb

Alternate Written Forms:

[おい()·()·]
oinuku

English Meanings:

godan verb, transitive verb
  1. to pass (a car); to overtake
  2. to surpass; to outstrip; to outdistance; to outsail
[()····]
kaketsukeru
ichidan verb, intransitive verb

Alternate Written Forms:

[()··()··]
kaketsukeru
[かけ()·()··]
kaketsukeru

English Meanings:

ichidan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to run to; to come running; to rush (someplace); to hasten

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