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Hit, bump into in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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hit, bump into ぢ぀かる
How to say “hit, bump into” in Japanese? “ぢ぀かる”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “ぢ぀かる” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on hit, bump into in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Japanese word: ぢ぀かる

Tips to Remember:
– Imagine two objects bumping into each other and making a "but" sound. The word starts with "bu," which could remind you of the "bumping" sound.
– "ぢ぀" (butsu) resembles "boots," which can bump into things as you walk.

– ぢ぀かる literally means to hit, bump into, or collide with something or someone.
– It is often used to describe physical collisions, but can also refer to coming against difficulties or conflicts in a broader sense.

Other Words with Similar Meanings:
– 葝ηͺγ™γ‚‹ (しょうと぀する, shoutotsu suru) – to collide
– ε½“γŸγ‚‹ (γ‚γŸγ‚‹, ataru) – to hit
– ぢ぀ける (butsukeru) – to hit against, to crash (used when someone actively causes the hit)

– Present: ぢ぀かる (γΆγ€γ‹γ‚ŠγΎγ™, butsu karimasu)
– Past: γΆγ€γ‹γ£γŸ (γΆγ€γ‹γ‚ŠγΎγ—γŸ, butsu katta)
– Negative: ぢ぀からγͺい (γΆγ€γ‹γ‚ŠγΎγ›γ‚“, butranai)
– Potential: γΆγ€γ‹γ‚Œγ‚‹ (γΆγ€γ‹γ‚ŒγΎγ™, butreru)
– Volitional: ぢ぀かろう (ぢ぀かろうとします, butrou)
– て-form: ぢ぀かって (γΆγ€γ‹γ‚ŠγΎγ—γ¦, buttte)


1. Present:
– ε­δΎ›γŒε£γ«γΆγ€γ‹γ‚‹γ€‚
Kodomo ga kabe ni butru.
A child bumps into the wall.

2. Past:
– θ»ŠγŒι›»ζŸ±γ«γΆγ€γ‹γ£γŸγ€‚
Kuruma ga denchuu ni buttta.
The car hit the utility pole.

3. Negative:
– ε½Όγ―ηŸ³γ«γΆγ€γ‹γ‚‰γͺγ‹γ£γŸγ€‚
Kare wa ishi ni butranakatta.
He didn't bump into the stone.

4. Potential:
– ε½Όγ―ε£γ«γΆγ€γ‹γ‚Œγ‚‹γ‹γ‚‚γ—γ‚Œγͺい。
Kare wa kabe ni butreru kamoshirenai.
He might be able to bump into the wall.

5. Volitional:
– ε•ι‘Œγ«γΆγ€γ‹γ‚γ†γ¨γ™γ‚‹γ€‚
Mondai ni butrou to suru.
I will try to face the problem.

6. て-form:
– θ‡ͺθ»’θ»ŠγŒθ»Šγ«γΆγ€γ‹γ£γ¦ζ­’γΎγ£γŸγ€‚
Jitensha ga kuruma ni buttte tomatta.
The bicycle bumped into the car and stopped.

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