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お蔵;お倉;御蔵;御倉 [おくら;オクラ]

(noun (common) (futsuumeishi))

(1) (See 蔵・くら) shelving (a play, movie, etc.)/closing down/cancelling/canceling/the shelf

(2) rice storehouse of the Edo shogunate

かまくら

mid-January festival in northern Japan, with snow huts in which children play house (noun (common) (futsuumeishi))

しらばくれる;しらばっくれる

to play dumb/to feign ignorance/to act as innocent (Ichidan verb, intransitive verb)

しらを切る;白を切る [しらをきる]

to feign ignorance/to pretend to be ignorant of/to play innocent/to brazen it out (Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.), Godan verb with `ru' ending)

ずらかる

to leave/to run away/to escape/to avoid detection after having done something/to play truant/to skedaddle (Godan verb with `ru' ending)

とち狂う [とちぐるう;とちくるう]

to be playful/to gambol/to be amused (with something)/to play/to sport/to frolic/to joke (Godan verb with `u' ending, intransitive verb)

どち狂う [どちぐるう]

(See とち狂う) to be playful/to gambol/to be amused (with something)/to play/to sport/to frolic/to joke (Godan verb with `u' ending, intransitive verb)

もて遊ぶ;玩ぶ;弄ぶ;翫ぶ [もてあそぶ]

(Godan verb with `bu' ending, transitive verb)

(1) to play with (a toy, one's hair, etc.)/to fiddle with (word usually written using kana alone)

(2) to toy with (one's emotions, etc.)/to trifle with

(3) to do with something as one pleases

(4) to appreciate

よく学びよく遊べ [よくまなびよくあそべ]

study hard and play hard (Expressions (phrases, clauses, etc.))

イメージトレーニング

training method in sports where you imagine how a scenario would play out (wasei: image training) (noun (common) (futsuumeishi))