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StingyToday's word is:
Learn how to pronounce each syllable first. "ke" is pronounced like "ke" as in ken, "chi" is like "ch" as in catch, "ku" is like "c" as in crucial, and "sai" is like "si" as in side.
Note that the vowel sound of "ku" is (almost) devoiced in this case.
Note that the noun "kechi" means stinginess; nigardliness.
Here are usage examples:
Kare[Kanojo] wa kechikusai.
(He[she] is stingy.)
kechi-kusai hito (or kechi na hito)
(a stingy person)
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