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Meaning of 別

separate, branch off, diverge




わか(れる)、 わ(ける)
waka(reru), wa(keru)

Learn Japanese kanji: 【 ベツ / わか(れる)、 わ(ける) 】

Meaning: separate, branch off, diverge, fork, another, extra.

214 of 2,500 most used kanji in newspapers.

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Example #1

kare wa maru de betsu jin da.
He's like a completely different person.
Example #2

nihon de sabetsu wo sareta koto ga arimasu ka?
Have you ever been discriminated against in Japan?
Example #3

watashitachi wa wakare you.
Let's break up.
Example #4

kare to wakareta.
I broke up with him.
Example #5

ooame ya ooyuki no hi wa betsu toshite, watashi wa mainichi ranningu o shiteiru.
Apart from days with heavy rain and heavy snow, I run every day.
Example #6

goukaku dekiru ka dou ka wa betsu toshite, charenji shite miru koto wa taisetu da.
Regardless of whether or not you can pass, it's important to challenge yourself.

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