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猫を被る

Idiom USED On Occasion BY Everyone

(to put a cat on ) • To pretend to be quiet and nice, often in front of someone you don't know well.

「妹は母の友達の前で猫を被っている。」

"My little sister is putting a cat on in front of my mother's friend."



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Japanese Japan

お待たせしました。

Expression USED Frequently BY Everyone

(I have kept you waiting) • It means "thank you for waiting". You can also just say 「お待たせ。」 but it makes it sound much more casual.

"お待たせしました。行きましょうか。"

"Thank you for waiting. Let's go."

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Japanese Japan

お疲れさまです。

Standard Phrase USED Frequently BY Mostly adults

(hello/good job) • It's a greeting phrase especially among co-workers and teammates. 疲れ is tiredness, and this phrase also acknowledges the other's hard work. You can just say 「お疲れさま。」to make it more casual.

「昨日5km走ったんだよ。」「お疲れさま。」

"I ran 5 km yesterday." "Good job."

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Japanese Japan

Abbreviation USED Frequently BY Everyone

Equivalent to the English 'LOL'.

「 冗談だよ笑。」

"Just kidding. LOL."

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