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いかにも
ikanimo
JLPT N1 Author: dc
Meaning
seems (but is not); indeed
the bag indeed looks heavy, but its empty
Phrases
That suit has an expensive look.
Author: Miki

That's Bill all over.
Author: Miki

Your clothes say "vacation resort" to me.
Author: Miki

Such playfulness is characteristic of Mr Baker.
Author: Miki

I look for all the world like an athlete in this outfit, but the truth is I don't do any sports at all.
Author: Miki

That way of talking is typical of him.
Author: Miki

That way of talking is typical of him.
Author: Miki

Such behavior is just like Meg.
Author: Miki

Such words are particular to him.
Author: Miki

I firmly believe it is characteristic of him to be late.
Author: Miki

It is characteristic of him to go to work before breakfast.
Author: Miki

He's a salesman's salesman.
Author: Miki

He posed as my close friend.
Author: Miki

She talks too aloofly.
Author: Miki

The bag indeed looks heavy, but there's nothing inside, so it only weighs 1 kilo.
Author: dc, bamboo4

That guy has a really frightening look, but he is in fact a very gentle person.
Author: dc, bamboo4

That indeed sounds like what he would have said.
Author: bamboo4

A person who makes an easy matter sound difficult does not seem to be so smart.
Author: Miki

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