It means "real".
An expression used in the sense of a head- to- head game , a serious confrontation from the front that is not a small hand , and so on . " Gachinko " is an abbreviation of a word. In turn , it is also used in meanings such as "serious", " really ", and "seriously".
You can also use a word まじ (Maji) in place of がち
The direct translation is "Be Well".
You use this phrase to say "be well until I see you next time." or "be well even if I don see you."
You know the movie となりのトトロ My neighbor Totoro.
"Onegai" comes from the verb "negau" which literally means "to pray to (something)" or "to wish for (something)."
Pary to God
17 year old Tiny was sick today ... I hope he fully recovers.
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This means AGAIN.
You use it to say "See you again".
むだ means waist.
言っても 無駄 ・・・ It is a waste of time to say.
無駄をなくす ・・・ Get rid of waste
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