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Don't you tend to get carsick?
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Vocabulary list

kurumayoi
noun
  1. car sickness
suru
suru verb (irregular)
  1. to do
  2. to cause to become; to make (into); to turn (into)
  3. to serve as; to act as; to work as
  4. to wear (clothes, a facial expression, etc.)
  5. to judge as being; to view as being; to think of as; to treat as; to use as
  6. to decide on; to choose
  7. to be sensed (of a smell, noise, etc.)
  8. to be (in a state, condition, etc.)
  9. to be worth; to cost
  10. to pass (of time); to elapse
  11. verbalizing suffix (applies to nouns noted in this dictionary with the part of speech "vs")
  12. creates a humble verb (after a noun prefixed with "o" or "go")
  13. to be just about to; to be just starting to; to try to; to attempt to
hou
noun
  1. feng (male Chinese firebird)
hou
adverbial noun, noun
  1. side; direction; way
hou
noun, noun, used as a suffix
  1. gun; cannon; artillery; ordnance
hou
noun, noun, used as a suffix
  1. information; news; report
hou
noun, noun, used as a suffix
  1. law; act; principle
  2. method
  3. mood
  4. dharma
hou
noun
  1. round-necked robe worn by members of nobility and the imperial court
hou
noun
  1. peng (in Chinese mythology, giant bird said to be able to turn into a fish)
kke
particle
  1. particle indicating that the speaker is trying to recall some information
ke
noun
  1. lacking substance and existing in name only; something without substance
ke
suffix
  1. house (e.g. of Tokugawa); family
ke
particle
  1. particle indicating that the speaker is trying to recall some information
ke
noun, noun, used as a suffix
  1. sign; indication; trace; touch; feeling
  2. somehow; for some reason; seeming to be
ke
ke
noun, na adjective, noun, used as a prefix
  1. difference (from one another); different thing; other
  2. unusual; extraordinary

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