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Wipe in Japanese 馃嚡馃嚨

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blow, play (a wind instrument) 銇点亸
How to say “blow, play (a wind instrument)” in Japanese? “銇点亸”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “銇点亸” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on blow, play (a wind instrument) in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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銇点亸 info.

Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
Think of "銇点亸" (fuku) as the sound you might make while blowing or playing a wind instrument. The action connects with the sound "fuu," which can help you remember that 銇点亸 relates to blowing.

– "銇点亸" means to blow or to play a wind instrument.
– It is an informal, present tense form of the verb.

Other Words with Similar Meanings:
– 鍚广亶槌淬倝銇 (銇点亶銇倝銇, fukinarasu) – To make a blowing sound.
– 鍚瑰銇欍倠 (銇欍亜銇濄亞銇欍倠, suisou suru) – To perform with a wind instrument (more formal).

Present/Future Plain: 銇点亸 (fuku)
– Example: 褰笺伅銉堛儵銉炽儦銉冦儓銈掋伒銇忋 (Kare wa toranpetto o fuku.) 鈥 He plays the trumpet.
Present/Future Polite: 銇点亶銇俱仚 (fukimasu)
– Example: 褰笺伅銉堛儵銉炽儦銉冦儓銈掋伒銇嶃伨銇欍 (Kare wa toranpetto o fukimasu.) 鈥 He plays the trumpet.
Past Plain: 銇点亜銇 (fuita)
– Example: 褰笺伅銉堛儵銉炽儦銉冦儓銈掋伒銇勩仧銆 (Kare wa toranpetto o fuita.) 鈥 He played the trumpet.
Past Polite: 銇点亶銇俱仐銇 (fukimaa)
– Example: 褰笺伅銉堛儵銉炽儦銉冦儓銈掋伒銇嶃伨銇椼仧銆 (Kare wa toranpetto o fukimaa.) 鈥 He played the trumpet.
Negative Plain: 銇点亱銇亜 (fukanai)
– Example: 褰笺伅銉堛儵銉炽儦銉冦儓銈掋伒銇嬨仾銇勩 (Kare wa toranpetto o fukanai.) 鈥 He does not play the trumpet.
Negative Polite: 銇点亶銇俱仜銈 (fukimasen)
– Example: 褰笺伅銉堛儵銉炽儦銉冦儓銈掋伒銇嶃伨銇涖倱銆 (Kare wa toranpetto o fukimasen.) 鈥 He does not play the trumpet.
Past Negative Plain: 銇点亱銇亱銇c仧 (fukanakatta)
– Example: 褰笺伅銉堛儵銉炽儦銉冦儓銈掋伒銇嬨仾銇嬨仯銇熴 (Kare wa toranpetto o fukanakatta.) 鈥 He did not play the trumpet.
Past Negative Polite: 銇点亶銇俱仜銈撱仹銇椼仧 (fukimasen dea)
– Example: 褰笺伅銉堛儵銉炽儦銉冦儓銈掋伒銇嶃伨銇涖倱銇с仐銇熴 (Kare wa toranpetto o fukimasen dea.) 鈥 He did not play the trumpet.

Example Sentences:
– 姣庢湞銆佸郊銇儠銉兗銉堛倰銇点亸銆 (Maiasa, kare wa fur奴to o fuku.) 鈥 He plays the flute every morning.
– 棰ㄣ亴寮枫亸銇点亜銇︺亜銈嬨 (Kaze ga tsuyoku fuite iru.) 鈥 The wind is blowing strongly.
– 褰煎コ銇偟銉冦偗銈广倰銇点亸銇撱仺銇屻仹銇嶃伨銇欍 (Kanojo wa sakkusu o fuku koto ga dekimasu.) 鈥 She can play the saxophone.
– 銉堛兂銉嶃儷銇腑銇чⅷ銇屻伒銇忋 (Tonneru no naka de kaze ga fuku.) 鈥 The wind blows inside the tunnel.

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銇点亸 info.

Tips to Remember the Japanese Word:
Think of "銇点亸" (fuku) as resembling the action of wiping with a cloth, and remember it as "fuku" like "fabric."

In Japanese, "銇点亸" (fuku) means "to wipe" or "to dry." It refers to the action of physically cleaning or drying a surface by rubbing it.

Other Words that Mean the Same Thing:
– 鎷亸 (銇亹銇, nuguu): This can also mean "to wipe."
– 纾ㄣ亸 (銇裤亴銇, migaku): While generally meaning "to polish," it may sometimes imply "wiping" as part of the polishing action.

– Present: 銇点亸 (fuku) – Wipe
– 銉炪儶銇儐銉笺儢銉倰銇点亸銆 (Mari wa teeburu o fuku.) – Mari wipes the table.
– Past: 銇点亜銇 (fuita) – Wiped
– 銉炪儶銇儐銉笺儢銉倰銇点亜銇熴 (Mari wa teeburu o fuita.) – Mari wiped the table.
– Negative: 銇点亱銇亜 (fukanai) – Do not wipe
– 銉炪儶銇儐銉笺儢銉倰銇点亱銇亜銆 (Mari wa teeburu o fukanai.) – Mari does not wipe the table.
– Past Negative: 銇点亱銇亱銇c仧 (fukanakatta) – Did not wipe
– 銉炪儶銇儐銉笺儢銉倰銇点亱銇亱銇c仧銆 (Mari wa teeburu o fukanakatta.) – Mari did not wipe the table.
– Te form: 銇点亜銇 (fuite) – Wiping
– 銉嗐兗銉栥儷銈掋伒銇勩仸銇忋仩銇曘亜銆 (Teeburu o fuite kudasai.) – Please wipe the table.
– Potential: 銇点亼銈 (*u) – Can wipe
– 銉炪儶銇儐銉笺儢銉倰銇点亼銈嬨 (Mari wa teeburu o *u.) – Mari can wipe the table.
– Volitional: 銇点亾銇 (fukou) – Let's wipe
– 銉嗐兗銉栥儷銈掋伒銇撱亞銆 (Teeburu o fukou.) – Let's wipe the table.

Examples of Sentences:
– 姣庢棩銆佺銇嚜鍒嗐伄杌娿倰銇点亶銇俱仚銆 (Mainichi, watashi wa jibun no kuruma o fukimasu.) – I wipe my car every day.
– 绐撱亴鏇囥仯銇︺亜銈嬨伄銇с併伒銇嶃伨銇椼仧銆 (Mado ga kumotte iru node, fukimaa.) – The window was foggy, so I wiped it.
– 妫氥倰銇点亱銇亜銇с亸銇犮仌銇勩 (Tana o fukanaide kudasai.) – Please don't wipe the shelf.
– 澶╂皸銇屻倛銇忋仾銇c仧銈夈佸銇儐銉笺儢銉倰銇点亶銇俱仚銆 (Tenki ga yokunattara, soto no teeburu o fukimasu.) – When the weather gets better, I'll wipe the outdoor table.

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