Synonyms for dekinai or Related words with dekinai

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Examples of "dekinai"
In 2012, her debuted in the drama, "Iki mo Dekinai Natsu".
The B-side "Kotoba ni Dekinai" saw minor success, charting at number 99 on RIAJ's digital chart for a single week.
In 2014, Kobayashi won at second place in the popular vote of Boys and Men. In the same year, his first starring role in a television drama was "Naze Todo-in Seiya 16-sai wa kanojo ga dekinai no ka?"
"Doll" is a Japanese-language song by girl pop rock band Scandal. The song begins ""Koisuru otome wa utsukushii to iu shoumei dekinai genjitsu / Akogare idaiteru bakari atashi kirei ni kazarareta doll"".
"Nazo" was used in anime "Detective Conan" as third opening theme, although the single version differs from the on-air version. "Kotoba ni Dekinai" was used as ending theme for Nagoya TV program "Yoshimoto Gozensama Party".
"Dekinai" (""; "") is Olivia Lufkin's 5th solo single released on July 26, 2000. There were two promotional versions of this single released: a cd version and a vinyl version. The vinyl record version contains one extra remix of "Pass me the sugar" in place of "Escape the Flames". The song features and Luna Sea drummer Shinya Yamada.
"Dakara Boku wa, H ga Dekinai" began as a light novel series written by Pan Tachibana with illustrations by Yoshiaki Katsurai. The first light novel volume was released by Fujimi Shobo on June 19, 2010 under their Fujimi Fantasia Bunko imprint. The series finished with the eleventh volume, published on August 20, 2013.
He Who Can't Marry () is a 2009 South Korean television series starring Ji Jin-hee, Uhm Jung-hwa, Kim So-eun, Yoo Ah-in and Yang Jung-a. A romantic comedy about an extremely stubborn and inflexible 40-year-old bachelor, it is a remake of the 2006 Japanese drama "Kekkon Dekinai Otoko".
During 2005-2010, Kim has had three solo songs from SS501 albums: "Sayonara Ga Dekinai" from "Kokoro", "I Am" from "U R Man" album, and "Hey G" from "SS501 Solo Collection". He also released two Korean singles entitled "Men from Mars, Women from Venus" and "S-Wave 1st Present", and contributed "Lonely Girl" with Kim Kyu-jong from "Bad Girl Diary OST".
He was discovered by female porn director Minami Nagasaki who from 2002 directed him in a series of videos "Kibōsan mō gaman dekinai" (義母さんもうガマンできない) for Paris Video. The stepmother-based stories have him as a young man introduced to sex for the first time by an older woman.
"Koe ni Dekinai" was written, composed, and produced by Kubota. It served as the theme song for the 2011 Japanese film "Yoake no Machi de". The English version of the song appears on the album "Gold Skool". The Japanese version of the song appears on Kubota's compilation album "".
The B-side, "Koe ni Dekinai (Yoake no Machi de version)", is the version of the original song featured on the soundtrack of the film "Yoake no Machi de". The limited edition of the single included a DVD featuring an acoustic performance of the song, with Depapepe playing the acoustic guitar.
Hajime designed special gunbai for Kenjirou Kimura, a "gyōji" or sumo referee. The gunbai was named "Hana-ha Utsukusisugite E ni dekinai" (花美絵無), or "Flowers are too beautiful to be drawn in pictures". Hajime designed gunbai by utilizing a baseball bat and put floral paintings on the fan. Floral designs on gunbai are very unusual; this floral gunbai surprised people. It is the first recorded case of a florally designed gunbai in hundreds of years of sumo history.
Ji returned to television in 2008, as a veteran news reporter in "Spotlight". In 2009, he played a fussy, 40-year-old bachelor architect in "He Who Can't Marry", the Korean remake of Japanese drama "Kekkon Dekinai Otoko" ("The Man Who Can't Get Married"). Ji next appeared in the Korean-Japanese "telecinema" "Paradise", which both received a theatrical release and aired on SBS and TV Asahi.
During Every Little Thing's 2004-2005 "Commonplace Tour", Mochida suffered from bronchitis which further effected her singing style during the tour as well as on their 7th album, "Crispy Park", released on August 9, 2006 (their 10th anniversary day). Mochida’s singing style has changed slightly on every album, going from a clear, soothing voice to a high and cuter voice. A 2006-2007 concert tour followed their tenth anniversary album release. Their 31st single, "Swimmy", theme song for the drama series "Kekkon Dekinai Otoko", was released in October 2006.
"Sit! Stay! Wait! Down!/Love Story" features two lead singles "Sit! Stay! Wait! Down!" and "Love Story" and two unreleased tracks "Higher" and "Arigatou". "Sit! Stay! Wait! Down!" and "Arigatou" were written by Michico and co-produced by T.kura, "Love Story" was written by Tiger and produced by T-SK, Tesung Kim and Nervo, and Japanese record producer Nao'ymt produced and wrote "Higher". "Love Story" was used as a theme song for the drama series "Watashi Ga Renai Dekinai Riyuu". "Arigatou" was used as the theme song for Kose's Esprique TV commercial. "Higher" was performed on her "Namie Amuro Live Style 2014" Japan arena tour.
Kim rose to fame in 2009 with her supporting role as the heroine's best friend, Cha Ga Eul in the popular television series "Boys Over Flowers". Kim gained praise for her versatility since she also portrayed Chae Shi-ra's childhood counterpart Hwangbo Soo in the period epic "Empress Cheonchu", for which she learned how to ride a horse and shoot with a bow and arrow. She portrayed an older mid 20s woman by joining the cast of romantic comedy series "He Who Can't Marry", a remake of Japanese drama "Kekkon Dekinai Otoko".
Namie Amuro's single "Sit! Stay! Wait! Down!/Love Story", which both are the theme song for the drama series "Watashi ga Renai Dekinai Riyuu", became the first double A-side single to occupy the first and second position in the Weekly Ranking of Recochoku since the day of release. Besides that, "Love Story" got the first position and "Sit! Stay! Wait! Down!" got the 5th position for its monthly chart. On November 27, Namie filmed her TV version of "Love Story" for the drama series "Watashi ga Renai Dekinai Riyuu". On December 7, along with the release of her single, Namie launched her official Facebook page. The page includes a free download of the song "Arigatou: Thank the World for Love... Gift Song for 2011" which was originally featured on the single "Sit! Stay! Wait! Down!/Love Story". On December 12, MTV Japan and Space Shower TV aired the Live performances of "Make It Happen" and "Unusual" which was included in her "Namie Amuro: Live Style 2011" DVD.
"Dakara Boku wa, H ga Dekinai" began serialization in Fujimi Shobo's "Dragon Magazine" in 2010. The series' eleven volumes were released between June 19, 2010, and August 20, 2013. A manga adaptation illustrated by Shou Okagiri began serialization in the May 2011 issue of "Monthly Dragon Age", and released five volumes as of December 9, 2013. A 12-episode anime adaptation produced by feel. was announced, and aired from July to September 2012 on AT-X and other networks. The anime series was licensed by Sentai Filmworks in 2013 for distribution in North America. Sentai Filmworks has released the series on DVD, Blu-ray Disc and for online streaming.
Of the single tracks, four were used in prime-time television shows as their theme songs. "Fight Together" was used as the third theme song for the anime "One Piece"s 14th season. This was the first time in eight years since Amuro had a song associated with a popular Japanese animation, the last being "Come" and "Four Seasons" from her 2003 album "Style". "Tempest" was the eponymous theme song of "" (2010), based on Okinawan novelist Eiichi Ikegami's 2008 novel. "Sit! Stay! Wait! Down!" and "Love Story" were used as the theme songs for the ensemble drama "Watashi ga Ren'ai Dekinai Riyū" (2011), starring actresses Karina, Yuriko Yoshitaka and AKB48 member Yuko Oshima. Amuro made a cameo performance on the December 12, 2011 episode of the drama, performing the theme song.