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2.
I will try harder
I will do my very best

A word created by an illustrious member of the internet sumo community.
Its a play on words of the Japanese word gambaru -gambarimasu, a succinct word best translating to "I will do my best".
Sumo Rikishi (wrestlers) when being interviewed often end with Ganbarimasu, 'I will do my best', but when translating to English the feeling in the word gambarimasu is lost, it lacks heart.
"gambarize"
sounds stronger and is a conjunction of gambarimasu and 'ize' in English, (to make more, become) eg: modernize.
Therefore gambarize means to try harder to do my best and an apt word for the tough training and rigours of sumo.
He is still young and has to gambarize.
I need to gambarize my sumo.
He himself says he will gambarize and climb back up the ranks.
I just want him to gambarize.
Great keiko. I'll have to endure the pain and gambarize!
Well, all I can do is gambarize the best I can.
by Sekihiryu October 26, 2005
 
1.
I will try harder
I will do my very best

A word created by an illustrious member of the internet sumo community.
Its a play on words of the Japanese word gambaru -gambarimasu, a succinct word best translating to "I will do my best".
Sumo Rikishi (wrestlers) when being interviewed often end with Ganbarimasu, 'I will do my best', but when translating to English the feeling in the word gambarimasu is lost, it lacks heart.
"gambarize"
sounds stronger and is a conjunction of gambarimasu and 'ize' in English, (to make more, become) eg: modernize.
Therefore gambarize means to try harder to do my best and an apt word for the tough training and rigours of sumo.
He is still young and has to gambarize.
I need to gambarize my sumo.
He himself says he will gambarize and climb back up the ranks.
I just want him to gambarize.
I'll have to endure the pain and gambarize!
Well, all I can do is gambarize the best I can.
by sekihiryu January 16, 2007
 
3.
I will try harder
I will do my very best

A word created by an illustrious member of the internet sumo community.
Its a play on words of the Japanese word gambaru -gambarimasu, a succinct word best translating to "I will do my best".
Sumo Rikishi (wrestlers) when being interviewed often end with Ganbarimasu, 'I will do my best', but when translating to English the feeling in the word gambarimasu is lost, it lacks heart.
"gambarize"
sounds stronger and is a conjunction of gambarimasu and 'ize' in English, (to make more, become) eg: modernize.
Therefore gambarize means to try harder to do my best and an apt word for the tough training and rigours of sumo.
He is still young and has to gambarize.
I need to gambarize my sumo.
He himself says he will gambarize and climb back up the ranks.
I just want him to gambarize.
Great keiko. I'll have to endure the pain and gambarize!
Well, all I can do is gambarize the best I can.
by sekihiryu October 20, 2005