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Meaning of 着

arrive, wear, counter for suits of clothing




ki(ru), tsu(ku)

Learn Japanese kanji: 【 チャク / き(る)、つ(く) 】

Meaning: arrive, wear, counter for suits of clothing.

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Example #1

eki ni tsuitara denwa o kudasai.
Please give me a call when you arrive at the station.
Example #2

musuko ga hitori de fuku o kirareru youni natta.
My son has learned to get dressed all by himself.
Example #3

watashitachi wa mou sugu touchaku suru tokoro desu.
We are just about to arrive.

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