抜き [ぬき] (nuki)
Example: sushi without wasabi
JLPT Level: 2
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|Amatuka||Lit: "If you don't eat everything you do without dessert!"|| |
|anon||ex#3276 彼女はコートなしで出かけました。would be better.|| |
|bamboo4||I agree. One would not say コートぬきで出かける.|
|dc||whats the difference tween nuki and nashi? someone explained it nuki is usually used when you something is unexpectedly without. eg chips without salt. correct?|
Also, nuki seems more formal
|dc||moved the coat example to nashi|| |
|Miki||nuki 抜き→抜く here mean to omit or remove somthing. It would't be always unexpectedly happen. When you order わさび抜きのすし sushi without wasabi、you know it.|
nashi 無し→無い means something is not there.
They are sometimes used in a similar way like
As I slept over, I had no breakfast. / I skipped breakfast.
|Miki||ah, ↑ not slept over, I want to change it to 'as I woke up late.'|| |
|anon||woke up late = overslept. |
slept over = stayed out at someone else's house
|tigert||Is this the same nuki used in babanuki?|| |
|karekano||Yes, it is, tigert-san−＞婆抜き。|| |
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