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ガタガタ, がたがた

  • gatagata,gatagata


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), adverb (fukushi), adverb taking the `to' particle, noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru, nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • rattle
  • clatter

Examples of ガタガタ,がたがた in a Sentence

The storm rattled the shutters.
The earthquake caused the house to rattle.
Tom slept peacefully as the underground train rattled on its way.
The wind was so strong that the windows rattled.
The bus rattled as it drove along the bumpy road.
Although the government refuses to admit it, its economic policy is in ruins.
The car gave a jolt.
Trains rattled overhead.
The bus jolted over the rough road.
It's really hard to drive on the bumpy roads around here.

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