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Wander, walk around in Japanese 馃嚡馃嚨

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be dizzy, lightheaded 銇点倝銇点倝
How to say “be dizzy, lightheaded” in Japanese? “銇点倝銇点倝”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “銇点倝銇点倝” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on be dizzy, lightheaded in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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銇点倝銇点倝 info.

Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– Imagine a person swaying back and forth as if they are about to fall over from dizziness.
– Associate the sound "銇点倝銇点倝" (furafura) with the visual of someone struggling to keep their balance.

– "銇点倝銇点倝" (furafura) describes a state of being unsteady, swaying, or staggering, typically due to dizziness or lightheadedness.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– 銈併伨銇 (memai) – dizziness
– 銈堛倣銈堛倣 (yoroyoro) – tottering, staggering

Alternate meanings like slang:
– "銇点倝銇点倝" can also describe someone who is aimless or wandering without purpose.

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. 鏄ㄦ棩銇瘽涓嶈冻銇с伒銈夈伒銈夈仐銇︺亜銇熴(銇嶃伄銇嗐伅銇伓銇濄亸銇с伒銈夈伒銈夈仐銇︺亜銇熴)
Kino wa nebusoku de furafura e ita.
I was dizzy from lack of sleep yesterday.

2. 鐔便仹銇点倝銇点倝銇椼仸姝┿亼銇亜銆(銇仱銇с伒銈夈伒銈夈仐銇︺亗銈嬨亼銇亜銆)
Netsu de furafura e arukenai.
I am so dizzy from the fever that I cannot walk.

3. 鏈杩戙佸郊銇粫浜嬨倰杈炪倎銇︺亱銈夈伒銈夈伒銈夈仐銇︺亜銈嬨(銇曘亜銇嶃倱銆併亱銈屻伅銇椼仈銇ㄣ倰銈勩倎銇︺亱銈夈伒銈夈伒銈夈仐銇︺亜銈嬨)
Saikin, kare wa shigoto o yamete kara furafura e iru.
Recently, he has been drifting aimlessly since he quit his job.

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銇躲倝銇躲倝 info.

– Romanized: burabura

Tips to Remember the Japanese Word
1. Imagine someone holding a balloon and wandering around aimlessly, the sound "bura" mimicking the soft bounce of the balloon.
2. Break down the syllables: "bura" (hang loosely) 鈥 visualize something swinging or dangling loosely as someone strolls without a specific purpose.

The word "銇躲倝銇躲倝" (burabura) is often used to describe aimless wandering or walking around with no specific direction or purpose. It can also imply idleness or spending time in a lazy manner.

Other Words That Mean the Same Thing
1. 鏁f銇欍倠 (sanpo suru) – to take a walk
2. 姝┿亶鍥炪倠 (aruki mawaru) – to walk around

Alternate Meanings/Slang
– It can sometimes refer to "hanging around," especially in the context of just spending time without doing anything productive.

Examples of Sentences That Use It
1. 浠婃棩銇壒銇簣瀹氥亴銇亜銇嬨倝銆佺敽銈掋伓銈夈伓銈夈仚銈嬨仱銈傘倞銇с仚銆
*Kyou wa toku ni yotei ga nai kara, machi o burabura suru tsumori desu.*
(I don't have any plans today, so I plan to wander around town.)

2. 鏄间紤銇裤伀鍏湌銈掋伓銈夈伓銈夋銇勩仸銇勩伨銇椼仧銆
*Hiruyasumi ni kouen o burabura aruiteimaa.*
(During lunch break, I was strolling around the park.)

3. 鏃ユ洔鏃ャ伅銈堛亸鍟嗗簵琛椼倰銇躲倝銇躲倝銇椼仸閬庛仈銇欍
*Nichiyoubi wa yoku shoutengai o burabura e sugosu.*
(I often spend Sundays wandering around the shopping district.)

4. 鏆囥仾銇ㄣ亶銇銇繎銇忋倰銇躲倝銇躲倝銇椼伨銇欍
*Hima na toki wa ie no chikaku o burabura shimasu.*
(When I have free time, I wander around near my house.)

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