Meaning of という in Japanese
Definition of という
Words related to という
(exp) just like that; in the twinkling of an eye; in the blink of an eye; in the time it takes to say "ah!"
The holiday ended all too soon.
(exp) this is why; this means
Gold will not buy everything.
Sentences containing という
"Probably just a stupid urban legend" "But they do say 'there's no smoke without fire', don't they?"
I say "should", because theses written in the present tense are still seen around and about.
There is a world of difference between, "somehow being understood" and "using correct English."
You just have to understand what sort of thing the suffix '-osity' is.
"What? Are you doubting us?" "B-but, that is, suddenly 'spirit world', 'magical beings' - it's strange to ask me to believe."
The exhortation "Don't quote Wikipedia" was included in the Asahi newspaper of yesterday or the day before.
"Well, that is, it's not something I can boast of," in fact it's not something I can talk unashamedly about in public.
The phrase "make a bee line for" expresses the look of how a bee heads straight for food with speed and energy.
"Er, that 'mixer party' thing is then ..." "Just a normal get together."