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Source Totoeba Project
These two scratches stand out so I'd like them repaired.
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Vocabulary list

kono
pre-noun adjectival
  1. this
  2. last (couple of years, etc.); these; past; this
  3. you (as in "you liar")
nikasho
noun
  1. two places; two spots; two locations; two parts; two passages
no
particle
  1. indicates possessive
  2. nominalizes verbs and adjectives
  3. substitutes for "ga" in subordinate phrases
  4. (at sentence-end, falling tone) indicates a confident conclusion
  5. (at sentence-end) indicates emotional emphasis
  6. (at sentence-end, rising tone) indicates question
kizu
kizu
noun
  1. wound; injury; cut; gash; bruise; scratch; scrape; scar
  2. chip; crack; scratch; nick
  3. flaw; defect; weakness; weak point
  4. stain (on one's reputation); disgrace; dishonor; dishonour
  5. (emotional) hurt; hurt feelings
ha
particle
  1. topic marker particle
  2. indicates contrast with another option (stated or unstated)
  3. adds emphasis
medatsu
godan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to be conspicuous; to stand out
node
particle
  1. that being the case; because of ...; the reason is ...; given that ...
naosu
godan verb, transitive verb
  1. to cure; to heal
  2. to fix; to correct; to repair
auxiliary verb
  1. to do over again
  2. to replace; to put back as it was
  3. to convert (into a different state); to transform
hoshii
i adjective
  1. wanted; wished for; in need of; desired
auxiliary adjective
  1. I want (you) to
da
copula
  1. be; is
auxiliary verb
  1. did; (have) done
  2. please; do

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