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We found 5 words, 1 kanji, and 97 examples matching '怖い'
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2
1. scary; frightening; eerie; dreadful
interjection (kandoushi)
2. (I'm) afraid
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expression, 'i' adjective
going there is easy but coming back is hard  (from the Edo-period children's song "Tōryanse"; proverb)
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foolhardy; reckless; fearless
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expression, noun
grim face; angry look
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6
Most common form: 恐いもの見たさ
expression
rubbernecking; the thrill of looking at something scary or unpleasant and wanting to look at it all the more because it is scary or unpleasant
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フ   こわ frightening   
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フ   ぬの cloth   
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ten   じゅう    じつ    と    とう    
キン   turban; cloth
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わたし
ひこうき
飛行機
った
とき
とても
こわ
かった

I was very afraid in the airplane.
たいきん
大金
こわ
なる
If you have a lot of money, you will become afraid.
わたし
もう
こわ
ありませんでした
I'm not afraid any more.
こわ
かった
から
Because I was scared.
わたし
ひこうき
飛行機
って
とても
こわ
かった

I was very much afraid in the airplane.
 
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