殆, 幾, ほとほと

  • hotohoto

Definition of 殆,幾,ほとほと

adverb (fukushi)

  • quite (usu. negative connotation)
  • utterly
  • really

Examples of 殆,幾,ほとほと in a Sentence

The maid was dead tired of her household chores.
ピーターは子供じみたほとほとうんざりした
Peter was fed up with childish girls.
ピーターは子供じみたたちほとほとうんざりして真に大人女性に会いたい思った
Peter was fed up with childish girls and wanted to meet a really mature woman.
そのにはほとほと手を焼いている
I have great difficulty in handling the child.
記憶力にはほとほと感心する
His memory amazes me.
ほとほと困っています
It's a pain in the neck.
These cancellations without notice are a real pain.
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