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だらけ
darake
JLPT N2 Author: dc
Meaning
covered with; littered with; infested with,full of
This website is littered with mistakes.
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Phrases
It was raining since yesterday, and the sports ground was still wet. When the contest finished, the faces of the three soccer team players were covered with mud.
#6963 Author: 赤毛

As I have friends here and there in the world, I receive the picture postcards they send to me. Once, I began to pin such postcards in a wall. Without even noticing it, they increased in number to a great extent. Now, the wall we are speaking about is definitely covered with postcards.
#6964 Author: 赤毛

This book is littered with mistakes.
#258 Author: dc

There are dogs all over this park.
#811 Author: Amatuka

Our garden was full of weeds.
#4443 Author: Miki

This system is bristling with defects and drawbacks.
#4445 Author: Miki

Don't touch me with your soapy hands.
#4446 Author: Miki

The table was all covered with dust.
#4447 Author: Miki

The room was littered with scraps of paper.
#4448 Author: Miki

It's a bundle of contradictions.
#4449 Author: Miki

My whole body was one big bruise after the rugby game.
#4450 Author: Miki

I have a lot of bad teeth.
#4451 Author: Miki

Her face is covered with pimples.
#4452 Author: Miki

Look at the mob of tourists.
#4444 Author: Miki

Her life was full of tragedy.
#8147 Author: karekano

She is full of complaints.
#8148 Author: karekano

His hands were muddy all over.
#8149 Author: karekano

This paper is all covered with letters
#6973 Author: amenya

The section chief said that if the machine was full of dust, there was a bad influence on the processed product.
#8725 Author: baenur

Because of my wife's taste, my closet has become full of brand-name clothing.
#6962 Author: 赤毛

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