JLPT N1 Grammar (tsukusu)

Meaning

to use up (completely without anything remaining); to exhaust; to run out of ~

How to use

Verb (ます stem) ますつくす
tsukusu 尽くす つくす jlpt n1 grammar meaning 文法 例文 japanese flashcards

Learn Japanese grammar: 【つくす】(tsukusu). Meaning: to use up (completely without anything remaining); to exhaust; to run out of ~.

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- Example Sentences

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Example #1

わたしはつねにじぶんのベストをしつくすようにしている。
ưatashi wa tsune ni jibun no besuto o shi tsukusu you ni shite iru.
I always try to do my best.
Example #2

かれはえんげいのこまかいことまでしりつくす。
kare wa engei no komakai koto made shiri tsukusu.
He knows everything (all the details) about gardening.
Example #3

あれだけあったりょうりをかれはひとりでたべつくした。
are dake atta ryouri o kare wa hitori de tabe tsukushita.
He completely ate all that food by himself.
Example #4

かのじょがさいぜんをやりつくすだろうとおもいます。
kanojo ga saizen o yari tsukusu darou to omoimasu.
I think she will do her utmost best.
Example #5

かれらはどちらもしあいちゅうずっとぜんりょくをしつくした。
karera wa dochira mo shiaichuu zutto zenryoku o shi tsukushita.
They all gave their best effort throughout the match.
Example #6

そのいしゃたちはぜんりょくでかんじゃをたけつくしている。
sono isha tachi wa zenryoku de kanja o tasuke tsuku shiteiru.
The doctors are doing their best to save the patient.
Example #7

かれはせかいへいわのためにさいぜんをしつくしたせいじかです。
kare wa sekai heiwa no tame ni saizen o shi tsukushita seijika desu.
He is a politician who has done his utmost best for world peace.

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