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<< Verb Groups I | verb stem + tai >>

~出す [〜だす] (verb stem + dasu/dashita)
    Meaning: begin/start...
    Example: Rain started to fall.
    JLPT Level: 3
    Author: Maru1

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Vマス+だす 
(Maru1)
This suffix, meaning to start doing something, must be distinguished from a host of compound verbs ending in "dasu," such as 乗り出す(launch), 染出す (dye), 積み出す, (send off), など。I believe it is new Level 3. 
(american57)

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ex #7763   地震が収まると、みんな家を飛び出した 
When the earthquake subsided, everybody started running out of the houses.  
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(Maru1)
ex #7765   泥棒が警察を見て、突然走り出しました。 
When the burglar saw the police he imediately started running.  
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(Maru1)
ex #8212   彼女は笑い出した。 
She started in laughing.  
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(karekano)
ex #8213   気圧計は昨夜下がり出したが朝には止まった。 
The barometer started to fall last night but stopped in the morning.  
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(karekano)
ex #8214   朝から雨が降り出した。 
It began to rain this morning.  
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(karekano)
ex #8215   先週から疲れを感じ出した。 
I began to feel tired since last week.  
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(karekano)

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    audvix@yahoo.com#8212 Correct: She started laughing. 

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