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Adverb, Onomatopoeic or mimetic word
1. at last, at length
2. barely, narrowly, just, by the skin of one's teeth
, 矢床, やっと
Usually in kana
pincers, nippers, pliers
八十日目, やっとか目, やっとかめ
NA-adjective, See 久しぶり・ひさしぶり, Usually in kana, Nagoya (and surrounding areas) dialect
a long time (since the last time), it's been a while (since I last saw, mailed, etc., you)
やっとの事で, やっとのことで
Expression, Usually in kana
just managing, with great difficulty
やっとこまかせ, やっとまかせ
yo-ho!, heave-ho!
やっとの思いで, やっとのおもいで
Expression, Adverb
finally, after great pains, at last, just barely
やっとこさ, やっとこせ, やっと
Adverb, See やっと・1
1. at last, at length
2. barely, just, by the skin of one's teeth
Only やっとこさ, Only やっとこせ, Interjection, See やっとこまかせ
3. yo-ho!, heave-ho!
やっと, ボヤっと
Adverb, Takes suru, Onomatopoeic or mimetic word
absentmindedly, dazedly, vaguely
やっと, ひやっと, ヒヤッと, ヒヤっと
Adverb, Takes suru, Usually in kana
1. feeling a sudden chill, feeling a shiver
2. feeling sudden surprise (fright, horror, etc.), shuddering
Adverb, See 漸く・ようやく・1, See やっと・1
1. finally, at last, at length
See 漸く・ようやく・2, See やっと・2
2. barely, narrowly, hardly, only just
kalaripayattu, Indian martial art
ニヤッと笑う, にやっと笑う, ニヤッとわらう, にやっとわらう
Expression, Godan verb
to give a broad grin, to smirk
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