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How do you say empty and full in Japanese?

Is it あける and みたす?

For learning: Japanese
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    empty (verb) --> からにする、すべてとりのぞく、すべてとりだす
    (adjective) --> からの、あいている、なかみのない

    full (verb) --> みたす、みちる、いっぱいにする、
    (adjective) --> いっぱいの、みちた、じゅうぶんな

    All has other translations depending on the context or situation. I hope this helped you.

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