- Reading and JLPT level
- Word Senses
- Parts of speech
- suffix, adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi)
- -like; sort of; similar to; resembling
- Example sentence
- 馬鹿みたい！ You look stupid.
Examples of , みたい in a sentence
You look stupid.
Just like rats leaving a sinking ship.
Oh, while I remember, it seems that that was a bug that occurs when you use the comment field's 'letter-spacing' tag which adjusts the tracking.
Aki's off school today? "It seems her cold got worse."
You know about 'ra-skipped words'? It looks like quite a lot of students are using mistaken words.
What's up? Fidgeting like that "Er, well, it looks like the elastic's gone in my pants."
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