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てば, ってば

  • teba,tteba



  • indicates emotional closeness or annoyance with someone


  • indicates an indirect command by expressing annoyance (in sentence-final position)

Examples of てば,ってば in a Sentence

Shhh, she'll hear you!
Ah-you've gone all red. Riku - that's so cute!! Ha-haha.
Obviously that's different for men and women.
You say po-tah-to I say po-tay-to. Rika is just that sort of girl. There's no way to win a battle of words with her.

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