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分ける, 別ける

JLPT 3
Kana Reading
わける
Romaji
wakeru
Word Senses
  • Parts of speech
    Ichidan verb, transitive verb
    Meaning
    to divide (into); to split (into); to part; to separate; to divide up; to classify; to sort out; to divide out
    Example sentence
    カラーキープログラムシステム全てのが「クールパレット」と「ウォームパレット」の2つ分けられる With the colour key program system, all colours are divided into two palettes, the "cool palette" and the "warm palette".
  • Parts of speech
    Meaning
    to share; to distribute; to deal out; to dish out
    Example sentence
    深かったので歩いている人たち姿分けるのは困難だった It was foggy, so it was hard to make out the figures of people walking.
  • Parts of speech
    Meaning
    to distinguish; to discriminate; to differentiate (between)
    Example sentence
    子供たちわけてやった。 The mother divided the money among her children.
  • Parts of speech
    Meaning
    to break up (a fight); to mediate
    Example sentence
    はその鶏肉私たちに切って分けてくれた Mother carved us the chicken.
  • Parts of speech
    Meaning
    to call a draw; to tie
    Example sentence
    ケーキ三つ分けた Mother divided the cake into three parts.
  • Parts of speech
    Meaning
    to push one's way through (a crowd)
    Example sentence
    ケーキ8つ分けました Mother divided the cake into eight pieces.
  • Parts of speech
    Meaning
    to sell
    Example sentence
    弁当分けてあげなさい Share your lunch with your brother.

Examples of 分ける, 別ける, わける in a sentence


Verb Conjugations

Non-Past

Plain
分ける
Plain Polite
分けます
Negative
分けない
Negative Polite
分けません

Past

Plain
分けた
Plain Polite
分けました
Negative
分けなかった
Negative Polite
分けませんでした

Te

Plain
分けて
Plain Polite
分けまして
Negative
--
Negative Polite
--

Passive

Plain
分けられる
Plain Polite
分けられます
Negative
分けられない
Negative Polite
分けられません

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