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バラバラ, ばらばら

  • barabara,barabara


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no', adverb (fukushi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • scattered
  • disperse
  • loose
  • disconnected
  • in pieces
  • in drops
  • rustling

Examples of バラバラ,ばらばら in a Sentence

The scientist has a love of facts, even isolated facts, similar to the poet's love of words.
It was my book that your child tore to pieces.
It was your child who tore my book to pieces.
He tore the book apart.
The notebook came loose.
She tore the letter into pieces.
He likes to take electric devices apart.
It fell to pieces.
Some go in groups organized by their schools, but most go in twos and threes.
The cabin was torn asunder by the storm.

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