JLPT N2 Vocabulary


malicious; ill-tempered; unkind

JLPT N2 vocabulary list

Learn Japanese vocabulary: 【 いじわる 】(ijiwaru)

Meaning: malicious; ill-tempered; unkind.

Type: Noun, Verb, Adjective, な-adjective, Suru verb

Level: JLPT N2 Vocabulary

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Example #1

karera wa watashi ni ijiwaru desu.
They are mean to me.
Example #2

moshi anata ni iji waruku shite itara sumimasen.
I'm sorry if I was mean to you.
Example #3

kanojo wa kare no koto ga suki nanoni ijiwaru bakari suru no desu ka?
So even though she likes him, she always bullies him?

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