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[()·ぶん()··()·]
kibungayoku
expression, i adjective

Alternate Written Forms:

[()·ぶん()···]
kibungayoku

Matched Conjugations

Adverbial Form
[()·ぶん()··()·]
kibungayoku

Root Words:

[()·ぶん() + が + ()·]
kibun + ga + yoku

English Meaning(s) for 気分が良く

expression, i adjective
  1. feel good (pleasant)
* Please note, you are viewing the Japanese readings in the adverbial form, while the english meanings are based on the dictionary form.

Meanings for each kanji in 気分が良く

spirit; mind; air; atmosphere; mood Kanji Details »
part; minute of time; segment; share; degree; one's lot; duty; understand; know; rate; 1%; chances; shaku/100 Kanji Details »
good; pleasing; skilled Kanji Details »

Conjugations for 気分が良く

te-form
[()·ぶん()··()··]
kibungayokute
Negative te-form
[()·ぶん()··()····]
kibungayokunakute
Adverbial Form
[()·ぶん()··()·]
kibungayoku
Plain Form
Present Indicative Form
[()·ぶん()··()·]
kibungayoi
Present Indicative Negative Form
[()·ぶん()··()···]
kibungayokunai
Past Indicative Form
[()·ぶん()··()···]
kibungayokatta
Past Indicative Negative Form
[()·ぶん()··()·····]
kibungayokunakatta
Provisional Form
Present Indicative Form
[()·ぶん()··()···]
kibungayokereba
Present Indicative Negative Form
[()·ぶん()··()·····]
kibungayokunakereba
Conditional Form
Present Indicative Form
[()·ぶん()··()····]
kibungayokattara
Present Indicative Negative Form
[()·ぶん()··()······]
kibungayokunakattara

Sample Sentences for 気分が良く

I felt better after I took a rest.
A sound sleep made me feel much better.
You'll feel better if you take these pills.
A sound sleep made me feel better.
This medicine will make you feel better.

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