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Recently, no matter how much I sleep, it never seems to be enough.
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saikin
no adjective, adverbial noun, noun (temporal)
  1. most recent; these days; right now; recently; nowadays
neru
ichidan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to lie down
  2. to go to bed; to lie in bed
  3. to sleep (lying down)
  4. to sleep (with someone, i.e. have intercourse)
  5. to lie idle
mo
particle
  1. also; too; words of similar weight
  2. about (emphasizing an upper limit); as much as; even
  3. more; further; other; again
neru
ichidan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to lie down
  2. to go to bed; to lie in bed
  3. to sleep (lying down)
  4. to sleep (with someone, i.e. have intercourse)
  5. to lie idle
mo
particle
  1. also; too; words of similar weight
  2. about (emphasizing an upper limit); as much as; even
  3. more; further; other; again
ne
shin
i
noun
  1. sleep
neru
ichidan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to lie down
  2. to go to bed; to lie in bed
  3. to sleep (lying down)
  4. to sleep (with someone, i.e. have intercourse)
  5. to lie idle
tarinai
i adjective
  1. insufficient; not enough; lacking
  2. dim-witted; slow; one brick short of a full load
tariru
ichidan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to be sufficient; to be enough
  2. to be worth doing; to be worthy
  3. to be sufficient; to answer; to do
kigasuru
expression, suru verb
  1. to have a certain mood or feeling; to have a hunch

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