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Word of the Day: Shitsukoi

By April 29, 2013

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Today's word is "shitsukoi (persistent; obstinate; importunate; troublesome; heavy; gaudy)". "Shitsukoi" is usually written in hiragana.

* Seerusuman ga shitsukokute komatta. セールスマンがしつこくて困った。 --- The salesman was so persistent that I didn't know what to do.
* Itsumademo shitsukoku iuna. いつまでもしつこく言うな。 --- Don't keep after me like that!

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