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るい ー> りい is simply a linguistic transformation which occurs in the speech of Tokyoites, when I myself hear it I imagine it to come from a young male. 悪ぃ is simply another way to say 悪い and is not specific to the meaning of "My bad," although is can just as equally take this meaning in the right circumstance. For example in the following contexts https://...


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This ン is written in katakana, not hiragana, which means that the ン sound was not fully pronounced. He seemed to just brusquely make a very short deep noise with his throat to show that it was not a bad time for him to receive the files. He didn't use a word to express that. So, any English word may not fit the ン-like noise. How about looking for a throat ...


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Two things: 1) Meaning of 「ボロカスにする」(active voice) and 「ボロカスにされる」(passive voice). 2) Meaning of 「Verb Phrase + がいい」 I shall explain both, but if it still does not fit the context, you will need to provide the context. 「ボロカスにする」 means "to shoot down in flames" - verbally, that is. 「ボロカスにされる」, thus, naturally means "to be shot down in flames". 「Verb ...



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