Definition of すっかり

すっかり

sukkari

Common word
adverb, to-adverb
all, completely, totally, entirely, thoroughly(onomatopia)
Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 148 results)

It is finally all over

I have a lot of activities which take up my time

I haven't quite finished eating

The meeting is all over

The building was completely destroyed

かれ
彼の
しんせつ
親切な
たい
態度
I was taken in by his gentle manner

I quite forget your name

I've got wet inside out

He was entirely free of his worry

They were all so tired that they could do nothing but yawn

My hands and feet have got as cold as ice

The sky clouded over

かのじょ
彼女
あた
新しい
ごと
仕事
まんぞく
満足
She is quite satisfied with her new job

He's all excited

Don't worry. I have completely recovered

He is quite satisfied with the result

I feel quite at ease when I sit in this chair

As a result, people have got so used to being paid this way that they're uncomfortable with any other

He was very much disappointed at the news

かのじょ
彼女
びょうき
病気
かいふく
回復
She has completely recovered from her illness
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