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Gochisosama (Deshita) ...which means "thank you for the meal"
Japanese usually say "gochisosama" (which means "Thank you for the meal") after they eat.
if you are at dinner with your host family, and you have finished are would like to go to your room. you would say,"gochisousama, oyasuminasai"gochisosama means "thank you for the meal", and should be said whether you liked it or not, andoyasuminasai means "good night"they will just respond "oyasuminasai"Go as in got, chi as in chisel, sou as in sow your seeds, sa as in sub, ma as in mammaoya as in lawyer, su as in sue, mi as in me
This is kind of rough to translate exactly, so let's think of it situationally: There's food being offered among a group of people, but no one has taken/eaten any yet. So, the first person to partake may say 'osaki ni itadakimasu.' This is more of a formal phrase; it's a way of apologizing for eating ahead of others, even if they have encouraged you to do so. Gochisosama is an after-meal phrase that is said to express gratitude for the food.
you mean what you mean
he was a mean person who lived with mean people in a mean castle on a mean hill in a mean country in a mean continent in a mean world in a mean solar system in a mean galaxy in a mean universe in a mean dimension
Mean is the average.
It mean what you don't what does it mean.
The arithmetic mean is a weighted mean where each observation is given the same weight.
rat mean intense. ox mean calm , born tiger mean powerful rabbit mean good friend dragon mean strong snake mean prudent horse mean popular goat mean shy monkey mean inventor rooster mean organized dog mean intelligent pig mean honest that are what the 12 chinese zodiac animals mean