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っ放し, っぱなし, っはなし

  • ppanashi,hhanashi


noun, used as a suffix

  • keep ...-ing (negative nuance, with the state being improper, unpleasant, etc.)
  • have been ...-ing
  • leaving (something) on
  • leaving (something) still in use

Examples of っ放し,っぱなし,っはなし in a Sentence

Don't leave the water running.
Her hands are never still.
He must have left the water running.
I have to go soon because I left the engine running.
Some wise guy left the milk out of the refrigerator all night.
You left your lights on.
I'm aghast at the lack of manners, common sense and so on and so forth on the net.
I wonder what's wrong with him. He keeps breaking his word these days.
Someone left a burning cigarette on the table.
He left his books all around the house.

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