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疲れ, つかれ

  • tsukare


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • tiredness
  • fatigue

Examples of 疲れ,つかれ in a Sentence

He is too tired to go any farther.
Recently I have been feeling a little tired, so I have not gone swimming this week.
I appreciate that you are very fatigued.
They felt weary after their hard work.
You look very tired. You must have been working too hard.
As he had worked longer than usual, he felt tired.
You look tired.
You are tired, aren't you?
You must be tired, but hang on 'til 3.
I dare say you are tired.

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