funadjective

  • ja(一緒にいて)楽しい
  • enenjoyable; amusing; used to describe a person who's enjoyable to be with

Examples

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I'll miss you.
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Wow! Cute one.
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- Very cute. - I know. Isn't he great?
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So nice to finally be in a fun relationship, you know?
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Good morning, warden. Great news.
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I'm a changed man, and I'm ready to re-enter society as a solid citizen.
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You're a villain, and you'll always be a villain. You'll never change.
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- And you'll never leave. - You're fun.
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Hey, girls, who's the coolest person you've ever met in your entire lives?
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You are!
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And who's the most handsome dude in all the land, even objectively more than Idris Elba?
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You are!
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Man, kids are awesome.
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You can tell them literally anything, and they'll just say it.
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I know, right?
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Check it out.
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Who was the first female Congresswoman?
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Jeannette Rankin.
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Oh, that's fun.
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They won't get teased for that.
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And now, you were with your co-star in the new movie, Ryan Guzman?
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- Ryan Guzman, yeah. - Alright. He's a good-looking guy.
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- He's very cute. Yeah. - Have you seen this guy?
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He's so fun.
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He's a real sweet— He's a gentleman.
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Missy is not who I thought she was.
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She's free.
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She's fun.
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Speaking of Pratt, Holland said,
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"He is so funny, he's so fun.
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And he has such great stories about his career and about the industry.
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And he's also just super talented."
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- So, Chris Pratt. That was the first time you'd worked with Chris Pratt? - Yeah. Yeah.
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You look like you were so enamored with him.
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Look at the way you're —
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- Look at that. I don't know — What are you looking at? Uh-huh. - Just checking him out.
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You see that I've got him covered in certain areas.
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- He's a great guy, isn't he? He's hilarious. - He's fantastic.
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- He's so fun. Yeah. - Really funny.
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So yeah, Tiffany Haddish.
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All right.
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She's fun, she's funny, she's beautiful.
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You will choose what I am going to eat here,
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and then you will ask me a question.
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This is so fun.
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And spin. Very good.
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Very good. One.
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Jack, this is so much fun.

Other meanings for fun...

funnoun

  • ja楽しみ、面白さ
  • ensomeone or something amusing, pleasurable, or enjoyable
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Yeah, that looks like a lot of fun.
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What did you do in the snow?
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- Tubing and we built a snowman. - Oh. Aw.
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- That looks like a whole lot of fun. - Yes.
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That's an echo, sir.
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Yeah, you try it.
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Me, sir?
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It's a lot of fun.
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Did you have fun today at cousin Tommy's house, sweetie?
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What? Oh, yes, daddy.
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I had loads of fun.
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Hey, Lexi, what are you doing for dinner?
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You're a lot of fun, Mr. Connelly.
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Hiya, girls.
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Have fun tonight?
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Uh-huh.
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So did you guys have fun?
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Your boyfriend is so cool.
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Really?
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Yeah, he let us drive his Jaguar.
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Joey for 12 blocks, me for 15.
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Do you wanna know how I actually hurt my wrist?
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Yes.
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I was hula hooping.
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Kevin and I attend a class for fitness and for fun.