ぼろぼろ, ボロボロ

  • boroboro,boroboro

Definition of ぼろぼろ,ボロボロ

adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), adverb (fukushi), noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru, nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • worn-out
  • torn
  • crumbling
  • tattered

  • tears or grain of rice falling

Examples of ぼろぼろ,ボロボロ in a Sentence

喫煙はあなたのボロボロにする
Smoking does damage your lungs.
彼女表紙ボロボロかかえていた。
She had the book with a torn cover under her arm.
上着着古してぼろぼろする
I wear my coat to rags.
はためき続けるぼろぼろ
A tattered flag which continues to flutter in the wind.
My grandmother wears a dress to rags.
そのさびてぼろぼろになった。
Rust ate away the iron bar.
その建物内外ともぼろぼろになっている。
The building is rotten inside and out.
ぼろぼろしてしまった
I have worn out my shoes.

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