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1.
"Dai Suki" means "I love you" in Japanese. It's also commonly used in Japanese Animes to express affection.
There are several tendencies to express love in Japanese.
"Suki" means "I like you" and an even stronger way to express your love would be "Aishiteru".
There are also polite forms of "Aishiteru".
"Aishite iru" is a less colloquial form of "Aishiteru".
"Aishitemasu" is in polite form and "Aishite imasu" is even more polite.
Nihongo ga dai suki desu - I love Japanese
by Kai1 July 05, 2006
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2.
"Dai Suki" means "I love you" in Japanese. It's also commonly used in Japanese Animes to express affection.
There are several tendencies to express love in Japanese.
"Suki" means "I like you" and an even stronger way to express your love would be "Aishiteru".
There are also polite forms of "Aishiteru".
"Aishite iru" is a less colloquial form of "Aishiteru".
"Aishitemasu " is in polite form and "Aishite imasu" is even more polite.
Nihongo ga dai suki desu - I love Japanese
by Kai1 July 05, 2006
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3.
I like you a lot (very close to love).
"Daisuki, Riku-chan."
by Mindie March 15, 2007
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4.
i love you to a signifigant other
Daisuki desu. in which you awnser, anata mo daisuki desu.
by robert freeman May 20, 2007
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5.
Used to present a great like for something, literal translation (Japanese to English) is to "Like alot"

Daisuki is the combination of two symbols of "Big"(okii) and "like"(suki) to create the word "Daisuki"
Cake ga daisuki desu!

"Neko ga suki?"

"Hai Daisuki!"
by Kalcaman November 13, 2008
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