Synonyms for naranai or Related words with naranai

ikite              otona              naritai              ameagari              kaeru              itsumo              mieru              dekiru              yatte              shiranai              soshite              genjitsu              anata              chikai              utsu              aitai              tsuite              jibun              kangaeru              yozora              zutto              nante              yokatta              hanashi              yasashiku              honto              shiyagare              inochi              onaji              sakana              warau              ikenai              mukashi              egao              hoshii              hitori              dekinai              moete              kimochi              datte              issho              aitsu              shimasu              danshi              omoide              honki              shita              hajimete              hitotsu              jikan             

Examples of "naranai"
On September 8, 2010, Quruli released their album "Kotoba Naranai Egao o Misete Kure yo", including the singles "Shatsu o Araeba" (with Matsutoya Yumi) and "Maho no Jutan". Their songs continue to be used in Tiovita drink commercials, starting with "Jubilee", followed by "Taiyo no blues", "Shatsu o Araeba", "Maho no Jutan", and a new song yet to be released.
The melody of "Kotoba ni Naranai Kimochi" was originally introduced in the track "Interlude" found on the "First Love" album. Due to time constraints, the song couldn't be finished on time for release in full on "First Love", and was carried over to this album. The title of the track "Hayatochi-remix" is a portmanteau Utada created of "Hayatochiri", the name of the original song on the "" single, and the word "remix".
Some sayings such as "shimotsukare o nana-ken tabearukuto byoki ni naranai" (しもつかれを7軒食べ歩くと病気にならない literally, eating shimotsukare prepared from seven houses will keep you from getting sick) noted that consuming shimotsukare promotes good health. The dish is also sometimes included in jubako (重箱 or Japanese tier bento bako) and shared amongst neighbours to prevent them from catching cold during winter.
The band first began in April 2009, however after a member change began full activities from February 2010. The original bassist, E ni Naranai Kachō, left the band in July 2011. In January he was replaced with Mariko Wada, and the band released their debut extended play "Sayōnara, Subarashii Sekai" in April 2012. Mariko Wada left soon after in June, with the band releasing a second extended play "Nagisa nite" in September.
Japanese employs litotes to phrase ideas in a more indirect and polite manner. Thus, one can indicate necessity by emphasizing that not doing something would not be proper. For instance, しなければならない ("shinakereba naranai", "must") literally means "not doing [it] would not be proper". しなければいけません ("shinakereba ikemasen", also "must") similarly means "not doing [it] cannot go forward".
The band released their debut album "Yoru ni Mahō o Kakerarete" in February 2013. Two months later saw the debut of another band of vocalist Enon Kawatani's, Gesu no Kiwami Otome, when they released the extended play "Dress no Nugikata". Gesu no Kiwami Otome featured former indigo la End bassist E ni Naranai Kachō. In December, the band was signed to Warner sub-label Unborde simultaneously with Gesu no Kiwami Otome. Both musical units released their major label debut released on April 2, 2014: "Minna Normal" for Gesu no Kiwami Otome and "Ano Machi Record" for Inidgo la End.
"Movin' on Without You" is a disco and house inspired track that was influenced by the early 1990s dance music throughout the Western part of the world and lasts a duration total off four minutes and forty-one seconds. "B&C", a funk song, was featured as a b-side to the physical CD format from "Movin' on Without You". The album closer "Give Me a Reason" is a trip hop song. "Interlude" was produced into a song called "Kotoba ni Naranai Kimochi" on Utada's "Distance" album.
There is a one episode OVA that takes place after "Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid". It's a humorous stand-alone story. It focuses on the Captain of the Tuatha De Danaan: Teletha Tessa Testarossa, rather than the two main characters of the series. The OVA is based on short story "Wari to Hima na Sentaichou no Ichi Nichi" ("A comparatively leisurely day of the squadron commander") in short story collection "Dounimo Naranai Gori Muchuu" ("Helpless in five ri of fog?", the 里 kanji in the title is pronounced ri and is the name of an old Japanese unit of length). The story is also told in chapters 13 & 14 in Full Metal Panic Sigma Volume 04.
On January 1, 1991, the band held their first concert in Nippon Budokan and their first tour from March through April, before releasing any music. On September 9, 1991, they released their first single, "Can’t Stop -Loving-" from Victor Entertainment, which peaked at #2 on the charts. Subsequent singles, "Seigi no Mikata wa Ate ni Naranai", "Kokoro no Kagami", "Makeru na Baby" peaked in the top 10. The band asked the fans to write the lyrics for "Kokoro no Kagami", and the one submitted by a fourteen-year-old girl was chosen. The song was later used in a Panasonic television commercial. They were invited to perform the song at "Kohaku Uta Gassen", an annual music show, on December 31, 1991.
SMAP is one of the highest paid celebrities for endorsements and commercial appearances in Japan, with an estimated contract of one hundred million yen per commercial. Since 1991, they have had over fifty contracts with Japan's largest firms, both as a group and individually. Among the firms and products they have endorsed in the past, the most recognized are NTT, SoftBank, Dole, Meiji, Ajinomoto, and Suntory Boss Coffee. From 1991 to 1992, they contributed "Seigi no Mikata wa Ate ni Naranai" and "Kokoro no Kagami" to Panasonic's television commercial. From 1992 to 1993, their songs "Egao no Genki", "Hajimete no Natsu", and "Kimi wa Kimi dayo" were used as the theme song for anime series, "Hime-chan's Ribbon". From 1994 to 1995, "Original Smile" and "Shiyouyo were used in Kimura's television commercial for Oronamin C Drink. In 1996, "Munasawagi wo Tanomuyo" was used in Kimura's commercial for Kanebo Cosmetics. In 1999, "Fly" was used in the television commercials for NTT. From 2005 to 2006, "Triangle" served as the official song for all sports broadcasts on TV Asahi.