Daily Japanese Vocab #5

中華まんじゅう - reading in bath

Today’s word is the verb, あびる.

あびる(abiru) is a transitive verb that means to bathe or shower.

I have added here the jisho.org entry for abiru:

1. to dash over oneself (e.g. water); to take (e.g. shower); to bask in (e.g. the sun); to bathe in; to be flooded with (e.g. light); to be covered in
2. to suffer (e.g. an attack); to draw (e.g. criticism, attention, praise); to have heaped upon; to be showered with
An example of abiru in a sentence is:

boku wa yasumu mae abirushimasu.


Before I sleep I will shower.

All credit for art goes to:
tsulala - celty fogged mirror kaorihero - klk bath

About lacendeus
I watch anime and play games. I am just looking for something interesting to do in life.

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