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身につく, 身に付く, みにつく

  • minitsuku


Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Godan verb with `ku' ending

  • to master (e.g. a skill)
  • to become accustomed to (e.g. a lifestyle)
  • to acquire (e.g. a habit)


  • to retain

Examples of 身につく,身に付く,みにつく in a Sentence

Ill got, ill spent.
I studied English very hard every day, but I did not learn a lot.
You get more wisdom as you have more experiences.
An overwhelming part of our behavior is learned.
How easily one acquires bad habits!
Generosity is innate in some people.
A habit is very difficult to shake off once it is formed.

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