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Stroke Order Diagram for 飽きる

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akiru
ichidan verb, intransitive verb

Alternate Written Forms:

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akiru
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akiru
[あき()·]
akiru

English Meaning(s) for 飽きる

ichidan verb, intransitive verb
  1. to get tired of; to lose interest in; to have enough

Definition and Synonyms for 飽きる

Jade lose interest or become bored with something or somebody
Synonyms: 倦む, 倦怠, 退屈, 飽きる

Meanings for each kanji in 飽きる

sated; tired of; bored; satiate Kanji Details »

Categories 飽きる is a member of

Degenerate grow worse
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Stroke Order Diagrams for 飽きる

Conjugations for 飽きる

masu stem Form
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aki
Negative stem Form
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aki
te-form
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akite
Negative te-form Form
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akinakute
Plain Form
Present Indicative Form
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akiru
Present Indicative Negative Form
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akinai
Past Indicative Form
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akita
Past Indicative Negative Form
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akinakatta
Presumptive Form
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akiyou
Polite Form
Present Indicative Form
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akimasu
Present Indicative Negative Form
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akimasen
Past Indicative Form
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akimashita
Past Indicative Negative Form
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akimasendeshita
Presumptive Form
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akimashou
Tai Form
Present Indicative Form
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akitai
Present Indicative Negative Form
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akitakunai
Past Indicative Form
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akitakatta
Past Indicative Negative Form
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akitakunakatta
te-form
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akitakute
Negative te-form Form
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akitakunakute
Adverbial Form
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akitaku
Imperative Plain Form
Present Indicative Form
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akiro
Imperative Polite Form
Present Indicative Form
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akinasai
Provisional Form
Present Indicative Form
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akireba
Present Indicative Negative Form
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akinakereba
Conditional Form
Present Indicative Form
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akitara
Alternative Form
Present Indicative Form
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akitari
Potential Plain Form
Present Indicative Form
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akirareru
Present Indicative Negative Form
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akirarenai
Past Indicative Form
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akirareta
Past Indicative Negative Form
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akirarenakatta
te-form
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akirarete
Negative te-form Form
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akirarenakute
Potential Polite Form
Present Indicative Form
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akiraremasu
Present Indicative Negative Form
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akiraremasen
Past Indicative Form
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akiraremashita
Past Indicative Negative Form
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akiraremasendeshita
Passive Plain Form
Present Indicative Form
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akirareru
Present Indicative Negative Form
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akirarenai
Past Indicative Form
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akirareta
Past Indicative Negative Form
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akirarenakatta
te-form
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akirarete
Negative te-form Form
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akirarenakute
Passive Polite Form
Present Indicative Form
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akiraremasu
Present Indicative Negative Form
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akiraremasen
Past Indicative Form
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akiraremashita
Past Indicative Negative Form
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akiraremasendeshita
Causative Plain Form
Present Indicative Form
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akisaseru
Present Indicative Negative Form
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akisasenai
Past Indicative Form
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akisaseta
Past Indicative Negative Form
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akisasenakatta
te-form
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akisasete
Negative te-form Form
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akisasenakute
Causative Polite Form
Present Indicative Form
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akisasemasu
Present Indicative Negative Form
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akisasemasen
Past Indicative Form
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akisasemashita
Past Indicative Negative Form
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akisasemasendeshita
Causative Passive Plain Form
Present Indicative Form
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akisaserareru
Present Indicative Negative Form
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akisaserarenai
Past Indicative Form
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akisaserareta
Past Indicative Negative Form
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akisaserarenakatta
te-form
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akisaserarete
Negative te-form Form
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akisaserarenakute
Causative Passive Polite Form
Present Indicative Form
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akisaseraremasu
Present Indicative Negative Form
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akisaseraremasen
Past Indicative Form
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akisaseraremashita
Past Indicative Negative Form
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akisaseraremasendeshita

Sample Sentences for 飽きる

In a word, he tires of everything.
You get tired of a beautiful woman after three days. You get used to an ugly woman after three days.
It's just if we have it every day we're bound to get fed up with it. I must increase the variety of my cooking.
If you eat it everyday like this then you become tired even of sashimi.
I never get sick of dancing.

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