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Spill (something) in Japanese πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅

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spill (something) こぼす
How to say “spill (something)” in Japanese? “こぼす”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “こぼす” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on spill (something) in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
– Imagine a bowl (こ) tipping over and spilling all the contents.
– Think of "koboshi", which sounds like "spill" in a playful or softer sense.

"こぼす (kobosu)" means to spill something, typically used when a person spills a liquid or small objects.

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– 落とす (γŠγ¨γ™, otosu) – to drop
– 桁す (γͺγŒγ™, nagasu) – to pour (in some contexts)

– Present: こぼす (kobosu) – I spill
– Past: γ“γΌγ—γŸ (koboa) – I spilled
– Negative: こぼさγͺい (kobosanai) – I do not spill
– Past Negative: こぼさγͺγ‹γ£γŸ (kobosanakatta) – I did not spill
– Potential: こぼせる (koboseru) – I can spill
– Imperative: こぼせ (kobose) – Spill!
– Volitional: こぼそう (kobosou) – Let's spill
– Te-form: こぼして (koboe) – spilling / please spill

Examples of Sentences:
– γ‚Έγƒ₯ースをこぼす。 (Juusu wo kobosu.) – I spill the juice.
– 昨ζ—₯γ€η‰›δΉ³γ‚’γ“γΌγ—γŸγ€‚ (Kinou, gyuunyuu wo koboa.) – I spilled the milk yesterday.
– γŠθŒΆγ‚’γ“γΌγ•γͺいでください。 (Ocha wo kobosanaide kudasai.) – Please don't spill the tea.
– 水をこぼすγͺ! (Mizu wo kobosuna!) – Don’t spill the water!
– ワむンをこぼせるかγͺ? (Wain wo koboseru kana?) – Can I spill the wine?
– みんγͺでスープをこぼそう。 (Minna de suupu wo kobosou.) – Let's spill the soup together.

Romanized Characters:
– Present: kobosu
– Past: koboa
– Negative: kobosanai
– Past Negative: kobosanakatta
– Potential: koboseru
– Imperative: kobose
– Volitional: kobosou
– Te-form: koboe

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