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どうしたの, どうしたん

  • dōshitano,dōshitan


noun or verb acting prenominally

  • what's the matter?
  • what's wrong?

Examples of どうしたの,どうしたん in a Sentence

What's wrong with you? "Leave me alone for a while. It's none of your business."
What have you done with that wristwatch?
What's the matter, Jane? You look like you aren't feeling well.
I wonder what's wrong with him. He keeps breaking his word these days.
Where is your cap?
He asked me what was the matter with me.
What's up? Fidgeting around in front of the house. "Um ... I was waiting for you to come back."
What's the matter with you? You look pale.
What did you do with my glasses? They were here a minute ago.
What's the trouble? Can I be of any help?

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