Definition of どうやら



Common word
possibly, apparently, (seem) likely, seemingly
somehow or other, with difficulty, barely, after a fashion
See also:どうにか
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They contrived to arrive in time after all

It would seem that the weather is improving

He had enough to do to catch up on his work

It looks like it's going to be sunny

He seems to have been ill for a long time

I seem to have left my umbrella behind in the train

It seems like that she wasn't acting back then; they were her real feelings

I seem to have caught a cold

I almost think you're right

I'm afraid I've eaten too much

It looks like we've been able to fill in that one year gap and renew our old friendship

The pursued remnant of soldiers decided it was high time for a show-down one way or another

He seems to know all about her past

It seems that he was late for the meeting yesterday

It looks as if you're right

Apparently that shabby flat is vacant

I seem to have caught a bad cold

I'm afraid it will rain tomorrow

There appears to be a misunderstanding

I have a feeling he is right
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