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戴く, 頂く, いただく

  • itadaku


Godan verb with `ku' ending, transitive verb

  • to receive
  • to get
  • to accept
  • to take
  • to buy


  • to eat
  • to drink


  • to be crowned with
  • to wear (on one's head)
  • to have (on top)


  • to have (as one's leader)
  • to live under (a ruler)
  • to install (a president)

Examples of 戴く,頂く,いただく in a Sentence

Will you have some more coffee? "No, thanks. I've had enough."
Thank you for the time you spent with me during my visit to Atlanta.
May I have your signature here, please?
Can you give me your cell number?
Only if it's not too much trouble.
Thank you, I'd love to have another piece of cake, said the shy young man.
I'd rather you didn't, if you don't mind.
Could you fill out the medical certificate for my son's school?
Would you like any more? "No, I've had enough."
I'd like a money order for ten dollars.

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