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"Are you going to buy a lottery ticket?" "I don't think I'm lucky at gambling."
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Vocabulary list

takarakuji
noun
  1. lottery
demo
conjunction, particle
  1. but; however; still; yet; although; even though
  2. even; even if
  3. or something
kau
godan verb, transitive verb
  1. to buy; to purchase
  2. to value; to have a high opinion
  3. to stir; to provoke
u
noun
  1. fourth sign of Chinese zodiac (The Hare, 5am-7am, east, February)
u
counter
  1. counter for buildings, etc.
u
noun
  1. fifth degree (of the Japanese & Chinese pentatonic scale)
u
noun
  1. bhava (becoming, existence)
u
nidan verb (archaic), transitive verb
  1. to get; to acquire; to obtain; to procure; to earn; to win; to gain; to secure; to attain
  2. to be possible
ore
pronoun, no adjective
  1. I; me (rough or arrogant-sounding first-person pronoun, formerly also used by women)
gyanburuun
noun
  1. luck in gambling
toka
particle, conjunction
  1. among other things; such things as; or something like that
nasasou
suffix, na adjective
  1. does not seem; unlikely; improbable
da
noun
  1. dui (one of the trigrams of the I Ching: swamp, west)
shi
particle, conjunction
  1. (at the end of a phrase) notes one (of several) reasons
na
noun
  1. greens; vegetables
  2. rape (Brassica napus); rapeseed
na
noun
  1. (ceremony of) driving out evil spirits
na
particle
  1. (sentence end, mainly masc.) indicates emotion or emphasis
  2. (used with masu stem verb) command
  3. (used with dictionary form verb) prohibition

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