JLPT N3 Grammar (darake)


full of; covered with; a lot of (something undesirable)

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Learn Japanese grammar: (darake). Meaning: full of; covered with; a lot of (something undesirable).​

doro darake.

Covered in mud.

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Example #1

kono kouen wa neko darake da.
There are cats all over this park.
Example #2

kono heya wa gomi darake da.
This room is completely covered in garbage..
Example #3

ima, fuan darake desu.
I'm super nervous right now.
Example #4

jishin ga atta noni, senshuu no tesuto wa machigae darake datta.
I was full of confidence, but my test from last week was full of mistakes.
Example #5

4 nen buri ni haisha ni ittara, mushiba darake datta.
I went to the dentist for the first time in 4 years and my mouth was full of cavities.
Example #6

doro darake no te de pasokon o sawaranaide.
Don't touch the computer with muddy hands.
Example #7

kare no heya wa manga darake de, benkyou no hon wa zenzen nakatta.
His room was full of manga books and not a single book for studying.
Example #8

kare wa kanemochi de wa nai. sore dokoro ka, kare wa shakkin darake da.
He is not rich. On the contrary, he is deep in dept.
Example #9

watashi ga honyaku shita nihongo wa machigai darake datta node, tomodachi ni naoshite moratta.
The Japanese I translated was full of mistakes, so I had my friend fix it for me.

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