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没頭, ぼっとう

  • bottō


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • immersing oneself

Examples of 没頭,ぼっとう in a Sentence

He lost himself in his studies.
He applied himself to his study, without thought for his normal life.
He was so intent on money-making that he had no time to think of anything else.
Sleeping on a problem solves it as easily as pouring oil on troubled waters.
They are engaged in playing chess.
She is engaged in writing a book.
Since then he had put his whole soul into his work.
He is absorbed in the study of linguistics.
He has been devoted to the study of atomic energy ever since he graduated from the university.
He was completely absorbed in his work.

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