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English Reference for darake (だらけ)

  1. noun (suffix) implying (negatively) that something is full of (e.g. mistakes)
  2. covered all over (e.g. with blood)
Example sentences
He was covered all over with paint
I couldn't help laughing when I saw him lying face down covered with mud
He is not rich. On the contrary, he is deep in debt
The argument is full of holes
Wow, it's swarming with tourists
The room is covered with dust
My whole body was one big bruise after the rugby game
The room was littered with scraps of paper
Her face is covered with pimples
Don't dash off a sloppily written report filled with mistakes
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