I wanted to ask you a favor -- can you carry this bundle on your head? It's really LIGHT.
to ask someone to do something for you. You can use this when ordering food at a restaraunt, but also when asking a favor from a friend. たのむ has the nuance that the person being asked can refuse.
a favor, a request.
|( に or を ) たよ＊る||
to trust or rely on someone: Say, you're robbing a bank and you get your friend to be the getaway driver. You have to count on him to actually be waiting when you get out of the bank.
a request or commission. Not like 'Please pass the salt,' but like 'I'd like to hire you to make a custom suit' or to hire a lawyer or PR firm. Any relationship where you'd use the phrase "The client wants. . ... "is 依頼。
|頼||ask a favor||HEAD||頭|
|額||amount of money / forehead||EACH||各|
You ask a favor: that I give HEAD.
EACH of you asks for an amount of money.
So I shun you, I STOP talking to you.
place an order for an item or service
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