開所 [kaisho suru] (to open) conjugation

Japanese
This verb can also mean the following: dedicate a new business, office

Conjugation of eiti

私/俺
Present informal tense
開所
kaisho suru
I open
Present informal negative tense
開所しない
kaisho shinai
I don't open
Present formal tense
開所します
kaisho shimasu
I open
Present formal negative tense
開所しません
kaisho shimasen
I do not open
私/俺
Past informal tense
開所した
kaisho shita
I opened
Past informal negative tense
開所しなかった
kaisho shinakatta
I didn't open
Past formal tense
開所しました
kaisho shimashita
I open
Past formal negative tense
開所しませんでした
kaisho shimasen deshita
I did not open
私/俺
Imperative informal mood
開所せよ
kaisho seyo
open
Imperative negative mood
開所な
kaisho suru na
don't open
Imperative formal mood
開所してください
kaisho shite kudasai
please open
Imperative formal negative mood
開所しないでください
kaisho shinai dekudasai
please do not open
私/俺
Te form - conjunctive stem
開所して
kaisho shite
open
Passive stem
開所される
kaisho sareru
opened
Hypothetical tense
開所すれ
kaisho sure
if I opened
Hypothetical conditional stem
開所すれば
kaisho sureba
opened
私/俺
Volitional stem
開所しよう
kaisho shiyō
will open
Potential stem
開所できる
kaisho dekiru
opened
Continuative stem
開所し
kaisho shi
opening
Causative stem
開所させる
kaisho saseru
allow to open
私/俺
Imperfective stem
開所し
kaisho shi
open

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開く
open
開花
flower
開会
start a meeting
開館
open a library
開業
open
開局
open such a facility
開口
open mouth
開港
open an airport
開梱
unpack
開催
hold an event
開始
start
開示
disclose
開場
open a store for business
開設
establish
開戦
make war

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開く
open
開花
flower
開会
start a meeting
開館
open a library
開業
open
開局
open such a facility
開口
open mouth
開港
open an airport
開梱
unpack
開催
hold an event
開始
start
開示
disclose
開場
open a store for business
開設
establish
開戦
make war

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解消
break up
回折
diffract
怪死
die a mysterious death
改組
reorganize
改変
alter
改名
rename
開示
disclose
開場
open a store for business
開放
open a door
覚える
recall

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