japanese verbs (u verbs)

name verbs in dictionary form!
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VERBS
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to buy
kau
to use
tsukau
to meet
au
to say
iu
to complain
monku wo iu
to help
tetsudau
to pay
harau
to wash
arau
to get drunk
yopparau
to smile
warau
so sing
utau
to hire
yatou
to go
iku
to bring
motte iku
to receive
morau
to talk
hanasu
to search
sagasu
to fix
naosu
to lend
kasu
to give back
kaesu
to turn off
kesu
to take out
dasu
to push
osu
to relocate
hikkosu
to lose
nakusu
to translate
yakusu
to add
tasu
to have
aru
to rain
ame ga furu
to go up
agaru
to go down
sagaru
to take time
kakaru
to protect
mamoru
to finish
owaru
to take
toru
to make a profit
mookaru
to do
yaru
VERBS
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to make/cook
tsukuru
to sit
suwaru
to return
modoru
to go home
kaeru
to enter
hairu
to become
naru
to get on
noru
to sell
uru
to get fat
futoru
to look around
mite mawaru
to send
okuru
to get mad/angry
okoru
to measure
hakaru
to stay
tomaru
to pass
tooru
to run
hashiru
to win
katsu
to wait
matsu
to hold
motsu
to stand out
medatsu
to write/draw
kaku
to listen
kiku
to arrive
tsuku
to put down/place
oku
to keep
totte oku
to catch cold/play string instrument
hiku
to notice
kizoku
to cry
naku
to wear
haku
to drink
nomu
to rest/be absent
yasumu
to read
yomu
to fly
tobu
to play
asobu
to choose
erabu
to stand in line
narabu
to invite
yobu
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Level 73
Jun 18, 2016
It's monku wo iu. Lose could also be ushinau. "person off" is not necessary, as okuru also means to just send. To notice can also be ki ga tsuku. Yasumu is better translated as "to rest". To invite could also be sasou. And iu is better translated as "to say".