だらけ

  • darake
JLPT 2

Definition of だらけ

noun, used as a suffix

  • implying (negatively) that something is full of (e.g. mistakes)

  • covered all over (e.g. with blood)

Examples of だらけ in a Sentence

This book is full of mistakes.
トムは2人高校生にあざだらけになるまで殴られた
Two high school boys beat Tom black and blue.
せっけんだらけにさわらない
Don't touch me with your soapy hands.
I wrote the composition in haste, so it must be full of mistakes.
虫歯らけ
I have a lot of bad teeth.
His overall was covered with paint-stains.
部屋ゴミらけ
The room is covered with dust.
だらけだった
His hands were covered with mud.
This system is bristling with defects and drawbacks.
The table was coated with dust.
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