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身につける, 身に付ける, 身に着ける, みにつける

  • minitsukeru


Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Ichidan verb

  • to learn
  • to acquire knowledge


  • to carry
  • to wear (clothes, etc.)
  • to put on

Examples of 身につける,身に付ける,身に着ける,みにつける in a Sentence

Japanese management must learn how to deal with American workers, he said.
I'm not wearing a diamond ring, but I'm happy.
Once a habit has been acquired, it has almost compulsive power over us.
How does a child acquire that understanding?
Maya priests learned much about astronomy.
To reduce misunderstandings we should learn the techniques for communicating successfully.
How does a child acquire that understanding?
He acquired the habit of snacking.
I preferred wearing my Hawaiian T-shirt and green shorts to be cool and different, but I quickly got used to the white shirt and black slacks.
You would be a better person if you learnt humility.

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