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無頓着, むとんちゃく, むとんじゃく

  • mutonchaku,mutonjaku

Definition

adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • indifferent
  • do not care about

Examples of 無頓着,むとんちゃく,むとんじゃく in a Sentence

次郎はこと無頓着
Jiro is indifferent about clothing.
お金には全く無頓着
He is quite indifferent to money.
金銭むとんじゃくである
He is careless about money.
As she was careless with her money, she is now in difficulties.
As is often the case with young people, he was indifferent to money.
貧乏には無頓着
He is poor, but he doesn't care about money.
ジョンは着るものには大変無頓着です
John is very careless about his clothes.
服装無頓着
He is indifferent to what he wears.
服装には無頓着です
He is careless about his clothes.
まったく無頓着
My father doesn't care about money at all.

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