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やっぱり(やはり)
yappari, yahari
JLPT N2 Author: bamboo4
Meaning
As I thought; after all
As I thought, he didn't turn up.
See also
Phrases
That's what I thought!
Author: bamboo4

As I thought, that guy did not show up after all.
Author: bamboo4

whaddayaknow it was there all along!
Author: dc

1: You're going by train? Wouldn't it be better to go by plane? 2: But it's a bit expensive. I'll stick with going by train.
Author: bi-ru

Compared to being poor, I would after all prefer being rich.
Author: bamboo4

Even though that girl was almost going to pieces, she did not (after all) as expected get around to marry him.
Author: bamboo4

It turned out exactly as I expected!
Author: bamboo4

You do have a crush on that girl!
Author: bamboo4

You won't make any progress just studying on the weekends. [as expected] It's meaningless unless you do it every day.
Author: Miki

The curry they serve in Japan is milder than real Indian curry. They adapt it to Japanese tastes.
Author: Miki

Winter does not look real without snow.
Author: Miki

I think the Thai food at this place is seasoned so Japanese will like it.
Author: Miki

For all you say, I still believe in the truth of the theory.
Author: Miki

As I thought, I should have (it is good that I have) cleaned.
Author: KotatsuSama

I`m tired, but I`m going anyway.
Author: karekano

So I did see you!
Author: karekano

With all her faults, I love her still.
Author: karekano

Expensive as butter is, I still prefer it to margarine.
Author: karekano

She is as well as can be expected.
Author: karekano

Just as you expected, they are getting married next year.
Author: karekano

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