為し遂げるの単語

動ガ下一【どう・ガ・しもいち*】
Ichidan verb ending in ~げる/がる
*下一段【しもいちだん】
(n.)conjugation (inflection, declension) of いちだん verbs (動詞)ending in ~える。
▶(ガ行・ガぎょう: Japanese verb with dictionary form ending in ぐ、が column or row of the かな syllabary)

物事【ものごと】
(n.) things, everything
▷ あるがままに物事をみるようにしなさい。 Try to see things as they are.

最後【さいご】
(n.) last, end, conclusion, latest, most recent
▷ 彼女を最後に見たのはいつですか。 When did you see her last?

まで
(particle) until, till doing, as far as
▷ 話は三時までだらだらと続いた。 The talk dragged on till 3 o’clock.
*だらだら (av., する verb) 1. in drops, dripping; 2. gently (sloping); 3. sluggishly, endlessly; 4. leisurely, idly, slowly, slovenly. [all are mimetic words]

やりとげる【遣り遂げる、やり遂げる】
(v.) to accomplish
▷ 彼は自分で仕事をやりとげた。 He did (accomplished) the work on his own.

また
(av., conj., prefix) again, and also, still (doing something)
▷ 恋は盲目憎しみまたしかり。 Love is blind. Hatred is also blind.
▷ この色もまた好きだ。 I like this color as well (also).

みごと【見事】
(aj.) splendid, magnificent, beautiful, admirable; (n.) praiseworthy act, feat, commendable deed
▷ 彼女はピアノをみごとにひいた。 She played the piano beautifully.
▷ サーカスで見事な動物のを見た。 I saw a marvelous animal act at the circus.

やってのける【遣って退ける】
(v.) to succeed (in doing), to pull something off, to manage (to do a job)
▷ 君は見事にやってのけた。 You did an excellent job.
▷ やっぱり*何とか*やってのけたね。 You managed it after all.
*やっぱり (exp., av., n., pre-nom. v.) also, as I thought, still, in spite of, absolutely, of course. (also, “as I thought”)
何とか (exp. av., n.) 1. something, something or other, so-and-so; 2. somehow, anyhow, one way or another
▶ 何とかなる (expression) to be able to manage somehow or another

研究【けんきゅう】
(n., する v.) study, research, investigation
野生の花の研究が好きだ。 I like to study wild flowers.

新記録【しんきろく】
(n.) new record (in sports, etc.)
新記録を立てたことが彼の名声をさらに高めた。 Setting a new record added luster to his name.

樹立【じゅりつ】
(n., する v.) establish, create
▷ イギリス人はアメリカに植民地樹立した。 The English established colonies in America.

快挙【かいきょ】
(n.) brilliant achievement
▷ 彼は主要なタイトルをすべて獲得するという快挙を成し遂げた。 He accomplished the splendid feat of winning all the major titles.

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