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面倒, めんどう

  • mendō


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

  • trouble
  • difficulty
  • care
  • attention

Examples of 面倒,めんどう in a Sentence

My uncle always did well by us.
We tried to figure out the problem our professor had given us, but it seemed confusing.
They will be taken good care of.
The member of the family who is always in trouble is the black sheep.
Only if it's not too much trouble.
However, I recommend you to take the JR Narita Express (a train leaves every 30-60 minutes from the airport), to avoid the complexity of changing trains.
In the end it was just too much bother so I went home by taxi.
Your son will be well taken care of.
It fell to me to take care of the baby.
His being absent complicates matters.

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