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Gentlemen, allow me to say a few words in greeting.
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Vocabulary list

shokun
noun
  1. you (people)
interjection
  1. gentlemen; ladies and gentlemen; my friends; everyone (making appeal, etc.)
chotto
adverb
  1. a little; a bit; slightly
  2. just a minute; for a moment; briefly
  3. somewhat; rather; fairly; pretty; quite
  4. (not) easily; (not) readily (before a verb in negative form)
interjection
  1. hey!; come on; excuse me
goaisatsu
noun
  1. greeting
  2. a fine thing to say (used sarcastically as a response to a rude remark)
go
prefix
  1. honorific/polite/humble prefix (usu. before a term with an on-yomi reading)
suffix
  1. honorific suffix (after a noun indicating a person)
aisatsu
noun, suru verb, no adjective
  1. greeting; greetings; salutation; salute; condolences; congratulations (polite set phrase used when meeting or parting from somebody)
  2. speech (congratulatory or appreciative); address
  3. reply; response
  4. revenge; retaliation
expression
  1. a fine thing to say (used sarcastically as a response to a rude remark; usu. in the form of ご挨拶)
  2. dialoging (with another Zen practitioner to ascertain their level of enlightenment) (orig. meaning)
noun
  1. relationship (between people); connection
  2. intervention; mediation; mediator
moushiageru

Polite Present Indicative Form

moushiagemasu
ichidan verb, transitive verb
  1. to say; to tell; to state; to express; to offer; to extend (greetings, congratulations, etc.)
auxiliary verb
  1. to do

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