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退屈, 怠屈, たいくつ

  • taikutsu
JLPT LEVEL 3

Definition

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

  • tedium
  • boredom

Examples of 退屈,怠屈,たいくつ in a Sentence

Cocktail parties can be boring.
退屈なあ。
Bored now.
聴衆退屈そうだった
The audience looked bored.
The boy was bored with home routines that were dull and unchanging.
Being bored, the audience began to yawn.
Life as it is is very uninteresting to him.
She found it dull living in the country.
How boring this game is!
Geometry, about which I know nothing, seems like a very dull subject.
I was bored because I had seen the movie before.

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