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擬声語. Mimetic words representing sounds.
When is と added to onomatopoeia?
While at first I believed it was simply bound to each individual word, I've noticed that the same onomatopoeic word sometimes has と after it and sometimes it doesn't. Here's a case I stumbled upon: ...
Feb 7 '14 at 21:02
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