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愚図愚図, ぐずぐず

  • guzuguzu


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), adverb (fukushi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • slowly
  • tardily
  • hesitatingly
  • lingering
  • complaining

Examples of 愚図愚図,ぐずぐず in a Sentence

I can afford no further delay.
Hurry up. We've little time to waste.
Bob got impatient at his wife's delay.
Don't be long about it!
There is no time to lose.
Quit lazing around and get moving!
He is complaining about something or other all the time.
We have little time to waste.
The delay forced us to stay overnight in an expensive hotel.
Get over here and be quick about it!

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