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ぼーっと, ぼうっと, ぼおっと

  • bōtto,bōtto,bōtto


adverb (fukushi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • doing nothing
  • being stupefied
  • flushingly
  • abstractedly
  • dazedly
  • blankly
  • dreamily


  • dimly
  • hazily
  • faintly
  • vaguely
  • indistinctly


adverb (fukushi)

  • with a roar (e.g. flames)
  • with a whoosh

Examples of ぼーっと,ぼうっと,ぼおっと in a Sentence

She looked dazed with the drug.
You're out of it.
Gordon has had his head in the clouds all week.
I could do nothing but stare stupidly at the printed page.
The kid looks blank.
I lost myself for a moment.
He was dazed by a blow to the head.
I perceived an object looming through the mist.
I'm really out of it today. It must be because of my fever.

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