開闢 [kaibyaku suru] (to create) conjugation

Japanese

Conjugation of eiti

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

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開花
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開会
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開館
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開業
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開局
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開口
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開港
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開梱
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開催
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開始
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open
開花
flower
開会
start a meeting
開館
open a library
開業
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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
開所
open
開場
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開設
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改正
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開發
develop
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外出
go out
確言
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割り勘
go dutch

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