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<entry id="2051682" stat="A" corpus="jmdict" type="jmdict">
<ent_corp type="jmdict">jmdict</ent_corp>
<gloss>newly married</gloss>
<audit time="2019-11-10 14:35:06" stat="A" unap="true">
<upd_name>Robin Scott</upd_name>
<upd_email>...address hidden...</upd_email>
<upd_detl>Not vs in modern Japanese.</upd_detl>
<upd_refs>gg5, meikyo
新婚	1367210
新婚する	No matches</upd_refs>
<upd_diff>@@ -16,0 +17 @@
@@ -18,2 +18,0 @@
@@ -20,0 +20 @@
+&lt;gloss&gt;newly married&lt;/gloss&gt;</upd_diff>
<audit time="2019-11-10 15:42:50" stat="A" unap="true">
<upd_name>Rene Malenfant</upd_name>
<upd_email>...address hidden...</upd_email>
<upd_detl>personally, i don't see much benefit in removing it.  if it was primarily an E-J dict, then sure, but there are solid references for it and i don't see what harm it does in a J-E</upd_detl>
<upd_refs>daij/daijs both have as vs
新婚した	= 72 ngrams</upd_refs>
<upd_diff>@@ -18,0 +19 @@
<audit time="2019-11-10 17:16:57" stat="A" unap="true">
<upd_name>Robin Scott</upd_name>
<upd_email>...address hidden...</upd_email>
<upd_detl>The vs tag is only helpful for EJ translations. I think keeping it here would be misleading. We don't want people to think that they can say things like "新婚しました!"
I've removed the vs tag from plenty of other entries for this exact reason.
If dictionaries like Meikyo and Shinmeikai don't mark it as vs, I don't think we should either.</upd_detl>
<audit time="2019-11-10 22:54:13" stat="A">
<upd_name>Jim Breen</upd_name>
<upd_email>...address hidden...</upd_email>
<upd_detl>GG5 et al. don't have any する examples, which they often do for common vs cases. I think it's harmless, but the case is a bit weak.</upd_detl>
<upd_refs>新婚	1367210
新婚する	&lt; 20
新婚して	58
新婚します	&lt; 20
新婚の	70433</upd_refs>

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