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未だ未だ, まだまだ

  • madamada


adverb (fukushi)

  • still some way to go before the goal
  • still more to come
  • much more
  • not yet

Examples of 未だ未だ,まだまだ in a Sentence

Eventually I'd like to settle down and have a family, but not yet.
It's still minor league but in the not so distant future they'll be coming to a place near you.
Elementary and primary school children don't yet know good from evil or reality from fiction.
The small house had come to look shabby, though it was just as good as ever underneath.
I don't think they've fully adapted to the working world yet. They still seem like students.
There is plenty of wear left in this suit yet.
I don't want to use aging as an excuse to go soft in the middle.
I just can't seem to outdo him. I've got a lot to learn.
You're still green.
Educational reforms still have a long way to go.

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