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  • rashii


auxiliary adjective

  • seeming ... (expresses judgment based on evidence, reason or trustworthy hearsay)
  • appearing ...


suffix, adjective (keiyoushi)

  • (after a noun, adverb or adjective stem) -ish
  • like a ...
  • typical of ...
  • appropriate for ...
  • becoming of ...
  • worthy of the name ...

Examples of らしい in a Sentence

Well, it seems he's paid off his debts, but how on Earth did he arrange that amount of money?
Will they go on strike again? "I'm afraid so."
It seemed that the bus had been late.
Something looking like a UFO made a sudden turn then disappeared into the distant sky.
These bus ladies seem to like to do so.
It's in the air that they may get married.
That company just put up a web page.
It seems that he believes what he said is right.
They seem to be in love with each other.
It looks like they have made up again.

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