Definition of やっと

やっと

yatto

Common word
adverb
1.
at last, at length(onomatopia)
2.
barely, narrowly, just, by the skin of one's teeth(onomatopia)
Example sentences(showing 1-20 of 121 results)

Well, here we are at last

Well, we've finished at last

Well, here we are at last

ごと
仕事
はんぶん
半分
きゅうけ
休憩
I've done half the work, and now I can take a break

The letter I've been waiting for has arrived at last

The long game came to an end at last

It has finally stopped snowing and has warmed up

The news finally reached me last night

The meaning dawned upon me at last

The long war came to an end at last

The long discussion came to an end at last

The long discussion came to an end at last

I have only just begun

きょうし
教室
あた
暖かく
The classroom has finally warmed up

ちゅうが
中学
そつぎょ
卒業
At last, I graduated from junior high school

いっしゅうか
1週間
かのじょ
彼女
It was a week before she got well

Finally, I finished a painting

The rain stopped at last

しゅうか
週間
ごと
仕事
さが
捜して
きゅうりょう
給料
ごと
仕事
After spending three weeks looking for a job, he found a well-paid one

I finally escaped
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