- Reading and JLPT level
- Word Senses
- Parts of speech
- pre-noun adjectival (rentaishi)
- such (about something or someone distant from both speaker and listener, or about a situation unfamiliar to both speaker and listener); so; that; sort of
- Example sentence
- あんな物を投げ下ろせば、運悪く当たった人は、ケガをする。 If you throw something like that down, if someone's unlucky enough to be hit they'll be injured.
Examples of , あんな in a sentence
If you throw something like that down, if someone's unlucky enough to be hit they'll be injured.
There aren't many blokes that nice!
Guys that handsome are few and far between.
If those little brats of sisters are good enough I'll make a gift of them to you!
Obviously a normal woman would lose interest if she saw a book like that!
Idiot, I've forgotten that two-timing bitch.
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